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Harry Revier (1889–1957)

Producer/director Harry Revier was born Harry Jack Revier in Philadelphia, PA, in 1890. Little is known about his life until 1914, when he produced and directed The Imp Abroad (1914), a short released by Universal Film Mfg. Co. (the predecessor of Univesal Pictures), starring future directors Rupert Julian and James W. Horne. This film, like most ... See full bio »

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Child Bride
Child Bride Director
The Lost City
The Lost City Director
Life's Greatest Question
The Son of Tarzan


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 1940 City of Lost Men (archive footage)
 1938 Child Bride (as Harry J. Revier)
 1935/I The Lost City
 1935/III The Lost City (archive footage)
 1935/II The Lost City
 1931 Bill's Legacy
 1930 Convict's Code (as Harry J. Revier)
 1930 Hawaiian Romance (Short)
 1929/I The Gay Caballero (Short)
 1927 The Slaver
 1917 Lust of the Ages (Short)
 1914 The Imp Abroad (Short)
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Alternate Names:

Harry J. Revier | Harry Jaques Revier

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American director and producer of serials and early exploitation films, as well as low-budget "quota quickies" in England during the 1930s. He began in films as an exhibitor in Utah and then became a cameraman. By the early 1910s he made and released films through his own production company, the Revier Motion Picture Co., and distributed through Motion Pictures Distributors and Sales, the ... See more »

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