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LeRoy Stone (1894–1949)

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American editor who worked at First National (1924-25 and 1928-29), Warner Brothers (1930-31) and Paramount (1935-49).

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Known For

Going My Way
Going My Way Editor
(1944)
The Big Clock
The Big Clock Editor
(1948)
Make Way for Tomorrow
(1937)
College Rhythm
(1934)

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 1948 The Big Clock
 1947 Variety Girl
 1946 Blue Skies
 1944 Going My Way (as Leroy Stone)
 1943 True to Life
 1943 Riding High
 1942 Wake Island
 1941 Skylark
 1940 Buck Benny Rides Again (edited by)
 1938 The Texans
 1938 College Swing
 1937 Ebb Tide
 1937 Make Way for Tomorrow (edited by)
 1936 Early to Bed
 1936 The Milky Way (edited by)
 1935 Goin' to Town
 1934 Six of a Kind (uncredited)
 1933 Duck Soup (uncredited)
 1932 If I Had a Million (uncredited)
 1932 The Phantom President (uncredited)
 1932 Make Me a Star (uncredited)
 1931 Penrod and Sam (edited by)
 1930 Sunny (edited by)
 1929 Sally (uncredited)
 1929 Twin Beds
 1929 Prisoners
 1928 Naughty Baby
 1928 Show Girl
 1928 Harold Teen
 1925 The Talker
 1924 Flowing Gold
 1920 Sand
 1920 The Toll Gate (as Le Roy Stone)
 1915 Civilization
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Alternate Names:

Le Roy Stone | Leroy Stone
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American editor who worked at First National (1924-25 and 1928-29), Warner Brothers (1930-31) and Paramount (1935-49).

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