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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rowland Vance Lee (born September 6, 1891, Findlay, Ohio — died December 21, 1975, Palm Desert, California) was a U.S. film actor, director, writer, and producer. His acting profession was fairly short lived. His main profession was directing, but he would write scripts on occasion. He worked at Fox, Paramount , Warners and RKO. Lee directed the 1940 black-and-white film The Son of Monte Cristo, starring Louis Hayward, Joan Bennett and George Sanders. He was one of the 11 co-directors of Paramount Pictures' all-star revue Paramount on Parade (1930). He also directed The Guilty Generation (1931), Zoo in Budapest (1933), Son of Frankenstein (1939), The Tower of London (1939) and The Bridge of San Luis Rey (1944). He has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Description above from the Wikipedia article Rowland V. Lee, licensed under CC-BY-SA,full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
September 6, 1891, Findlay, Ohio, USA
December 21, 1975
1921 The Sea LionDirector 1927 Barbed WireAdaptation and Director 1930 DerelictDirector 1932 The Sign of FourProduction Supervisor 1933 Zoo in BudapestDirector and Screenplay 1934 The Count of Monte CristoWriter and Director 1935 The Three MusketeersDirector and Screenplay 1937 The Toast of New YorkDirector 1937 Love from a StrangerDirector 1938 Service de LuxeDirector 1939 Son of FrankensteinProducer and Director 1939 Tower of LondonDirector and Producer 1940 The Son of Monte CristoDirector 1945 Captain KiddDirector 1959 The Big FishermanWriter and ProducerLimited to the 15 most popular items