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Max Marcin (1879–1948)

Max Marcin was born on May 5, 1879 in Posen, Prussia, Germany. He was a writer and director, known for Silence (1931), City Streets (1931) and Three Live Ghosts (1929). He was married to Clara May Mings. He died on March 30, 1948 in Tucson, Arizona, USA. See full bio »


(age 68) in Tucson, Arizona, USA

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Known For

Silence Writer
City Streets
City Streets Writer
Three Live Ghosts
Here Comes the Bride


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 1949 The Crime Doctor's Diary (based on radio program by)
 1947 The Crime Doctor's Gamble (radio series characters)
 1947 The Millerson Case (radio series Crime Doctor characters)
 1946 Crime Doctor's Man Hunt (based on radio program by)
 1946 Just Before Dawn (radio series Crime Doctor characters)
 1945 The Crime Doctor's Warning (radio series characters)
 1945 The Crime Doctor's Courage (based on the radio program by)
 1944 Shadows in the Night (radio series Crime Doctor characters)
 1943 The Crime Doctor's Strangest Case (radio series characters)
 1943 Crime Doctor (radio series)
 1940 Slightly Tempted (story)
 1936 The Jungle Princess (story)
 1936 Hollywood Boulevard (story)
 1934 Cheating Cheaters (play)
 1934 The Love Captive (play "The Humbug")
 1933 Gambling Ship (screenplay)
 1933 King of the Jungle (screenplay)
 1932 The Woman in Room 13 (play)
 1931/I Silence (adaptation) / (based on a play by)
 1931 City Streets (adaptation)
 1931 Scandal Sheet
 1930 La fuerza del querer (play "The Big Fight")
 1930 Shadow of the Law (play "The Quarry")
 1930 The Big Fight (play)
 1930 Be Yourself! (adapted by)
 1929 Three Live Ghosts (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1929 The Ghost Talks (play Badges)
 1927 Cheating Cheaters (play)
 1927 The Rough Riders (treatment - uncredited)
 1927 Rough House Rosie (adaptation)
 1927 The Love of Sunya (from the play by)
 1926 Man of the Forest (adaptation)
 1926 Obey the Law (based on his play)
 1926/I Silence (play)
 1924 Secrets of the Night (play "The Nightcap")
 1922 Three Live Ghosts (play)
 1921 See My Lawyer (play)
 1920/I The Thief (Short) (scenario)
 1920 The Face at Your Window (story)
 1920 The Woman in Room 13 (play)
 1920 Blind Love (play "The Substitute Prisoner")
 1919 Eyes of Youth (play)
 1919 Here Comes the Bride (novel) / (play)
 1919 Cheating Cheaters (play)
 1918 The House of Glass (play)
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Give and Take (1923). Comedy/farce. Written by Aaron Hoffman. 49th Street Theatre: 15 Jan 1923- Jun 1923 (closing date unknown/172 performances). Cast: Charles Dow Clark (as "Daniel Drum"), Robert W. Craig, Louis Mann, George Sidney (as "Albert Kruger"), Vivian Tobin (as "Marion Kruger"), Douglas Wood. Produced by Max Marcin. See more »

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