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Max Rée (1889–1953)

Danish-born art director and costume designer. Initially a law and philosophy graduate, Ree studied architecture at the Royal Academy of Copenhagen. He then worked as a stage designer for Max Reinhardt in Berlin during the early 1920's. Moving to the United States in 1925, Ree had a brief stint with MGM, designing costumes for two of Greta Garbo's ... See full bio »

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 1947 Carnegie Hall (as Max Ree)
 1935 A Midsummer Night's Dream (as Max Ree)
 1931 Men of Chance (dialogue by})
 1931 Peach-O-Reno
 1931 Way Back Home (costumes by)
 1931 Smart Woman
 1931 Caught Plastered (costumes by)
 1931 High Stakes
 1931/II The Woman Between (costumes)
 1931 The Public Defender (costumes by)
 1931 Too Many Cooks (costumes by)
 1931 Three Who Loved (costumes)
 1931 Transgression
 1931 The Sin Ship (costumes by)
 1931 Cracked Nuts
 1931 Behind Office Doors (costumes by)
 1931 The Lady Refuses (costumes by)
 1931 Kept Husbands
 1931 Cimarron
 1931 Beau Ideal
 1931 The Royal Bed
 1930 Hook Line and Sinker (costumes by)
 1930 The Pay-Off
 1930 Half Shot at Sunrise (costumes by)
 1930 Danger Lights
 1930 Conspiracy
 1930 Dixiana (costumes by)
 1930 The Cuckoos (uncredited)
 1929 Hit the Deck
 1929 Rio Rita (uncredited)
 1929 Side Street (uncredited)
 1929 Street Girl (uncredited)
 1929 Broadway Babies (as Max Ree, costume director)
 1929 Hot Stuff
 1929 Weary River (as Max Ree, costume director)
 1929 Synthetic Sin
 1929 Queen Kelly (uncredited)
 1928 The Barker
 1928/I Adoration
 1928 Show Girl
 1928 The Whip
 1928 Yellow Lily
 1928 The Noose
 1927 The Love Mart
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Production designer for the 1924 edition of "Earl Carroll's Vanities".

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Max Ree


6' 2" (1.88 m)

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