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Joseph M. Schenck (1876–1961)

People liked Joseph M. Schenck. Anyone who knew both him and his brother Nicholas Schenck would comment on how different they were. He came to New York in 1893 and, with his younger brother, built a drugstore business. They risked some profits and made more money in amusement parks. Marcus Loew bought one of their parks in 1907, then made the ... See full bio »

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 1936 White Fang (presenter)
 1936 Sins of Man (presenter)
 1936 Under Two Flags (presenter)
 1936 It Had to Happen (presenter)
 1936 The Prisoner of Shark Island (presenter)
 1936 King of Burlesque (presenter)
 1935 Show Them No Mercy! (presenter)
 1935 Thanks a Million (presenter)
 1935 Metropolitan (presenter - uncredited)
 1935 Call of the Wild (presenter)
 1935 Cardinal Richelieu (presenter)
 1935 Les Misérables (presenter)
 1935 Folies Bergère de Paris (presenter)
 1935 Clive of India (presenter)
 1934 The Affairs of Cellini (presenter)
 1934 Born to Be Bad (presenter)
 1934 Looking for Trouble (presenter)
 1934 The House of Rothschild (presenter)
 1933 Gallant Lady (presenter)
 1933 Advice to the Lovelorn (presenter)
 1933 Blood Money (presenter)
 1933 The Bowery (presenter)
 1933 I Cover the Waterfront (copyright holder)
 1933 Mickey's Mellerdrammer (Short) (presenter)
 1933 Mickey's Pal Pluto (Short) (presenter)
 1933 Building a Building (Short) (presenter)
 1932 Mickey's Good Deed (Short) (presenter)
 1932 Rain (presenter)
 1931 Indiscreet (presenter)
 1931 Kiki (presenter)
 1930 Reaching for the Moon (presenter)
 1930 The Bat Whispers (presenter)
 1930 The Lottery Bride (presenter)
 1930 Zampa (Short) (presenter)
 1930 Abraham Lincoln (presenter)
 1930 The Americans Come (Short) (presenter)
 1930 The Wizard's Apprentice (Short) (presenter)
 1930 Hungarian Rhapsody (Short) (presenter)
 1930 One Romantic Night (presenter)
 1930 Puttin' on the Ritz (presenter)
 1930 Be Yourself! (presenter)
 1930 Lummox (presenter)
 1929 New York Nights (presenter)
 1929 The Locked Door (presenter)
 1929 Alibi (presenter - as Joseph Schenck)
 1928 The Battle of the Sexes (presenter)
 1928 Tempest (presenter)
 1928 Steamboat Bill, Jr. (presenter)
 1927 Sorrell and Son (presenter)
 1927 College (presenter)
 1927 Venus of Venice (presenter)
 1926 The General (presents)
 1926 Battling Butler (presenter)
 1926 Kiki (presenter)
 1925 Go West (presenter)
 1925 Graustark (presenter)
 1925 Seven Chances (presenter)
 1925 The Lady (presenter)
 1925 Learning to Love (presenter)
 1924 The Only Woman (presenter)
 1924 The Navigator (presenter)
 1924 Her Night of Romance (presenter)
 1924 Sherlock Jr. (presenter)
 1924 Secrets (presenter)
 1923 The Song of Love (presenter)
 1923 Our Hospitality (presenter)
 1923 Three Ages (presenter - as Joseph Schenck)
 1923 Within the Law (presenter)
 1923 The Voice from the Minaret (presenter)
 1923 The Balloonatic (Short) (presenter)
 1922 Daydreams (Short) (presenter)
 1922 The Electric House (Short) (presenter)
 1922 The Frozen North (Short) (presenter)
 1922 The Blacksmith (Short) (presenter)
 1922 Cops (Short) (presenter)
 1922 Smilin' Through (presenter)
 1922 The Paleface (Short) (presenter - uncredited)
 1922 Polly of the Follies (presenter)
 1921/I Love's Redemption (presenter)
 1921 The Boat (Short) (presenter)
 1921 The Wonderful Thing (presenter)
 1921 Woman's Place (presenter)
 1921 The Play House (Short) (presenter)
 1921 Wedding Bells (presenter)
 1921 The Goat (Short) (presenter)
 1921 Lessons in Love (presenter)
 1921 The Sign on the Door (presenter)
 1921 The 'High Sign' (Short) (presenter)
 1921 Passion Flower (presenter)
 1921 Hard Luck (Short) (presenter)
 1920 Neighbors (Short) (presenter)
 1920 The Scarecrow (Short) (presenter)
 1920 Dangerous Business (presenter)
 1920 Convict 13 (Short) (presenter)
 1920 The Branded Woman (presenter)
 1920 One Week (Short) (presenter)
 1920 Good References (presenter)
 1920 The Perfect Woman (presenter)
 1920 The Garage (Short) (presenter)
 1919 A Virtuous Vamp (presenter)
 1919 The Hayseed (Short) (presenter)
 1919 A Temperamental Wife (presenter)
 1919 Back Stage (Short) (presenter)
 1919 A Desert Hero (Short) (presenter)
 1919 The New Moon (presenter)
 1919 The Bank Clerk (Short) (presenter)
 1919 Love (Short) (presenter)
 1919 The Pullman Porter (Short) (presenter)
 1919 Camping Out (Short) (presenter)
 1918 The Sheriff (Short) (presenter)
 1918 The Cook (Short) (presenter)
 1918 The Safety Curtain (presenter)
 1918 Good Night, Nurse! (Short) (presenter)
 1918 Moonshine (Short) (presenter)
 1918 Just a Woman (presenter)
 1918 The Bell Boy (Short) (presenter)
 1918 By Right of Purchase (presenter)
 1918 Out West (Short) (presenter)
 1917 A Country Hero (Short) (presenter)
 1917 Coney Island (Short) (presenter)
 1917 The Moth (presenter)
 1917 Oh Doctor! (Short) (presenter)
 1917 His Wedding Night (Short) (presenter)
 1917 The Rough House (Short) (presenter)
 1917 A Reckless Romeo (Short) (presenter)
 1917 The Butcher Boy (Short) (presenter)
 1917 The Law of Compensation (presenter - as Joseph Schenck)
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Alternate Names:

Joe Schenck | Joseph Schenck


5' 9" (1.75 m)

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[in 1928, as president of United Artists] Talkies are just a fad.


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