Lew Landers


Director
Lew Landers

About

Also Known As
Louis Friedlander
Birth Place
New York City, New York, USA
Born
January 02, 1901
Died
December 15, 1962

Photos & Videos

Living on Love - Lobby Cards
Living on Love - British Pressbook
Living on Love - Behind-the-Scenes Photos

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Terrified! (1963)
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Hot Rod Gang (1958)
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The Cruel Tower (1956)
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Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl (1954)
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Captain John Smith and Pocahontas (1953)
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Run for the Hills (1953)
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Torpedo Alley (1953)
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Tangier Incident (1953)
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Man in the Dark (1953)
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California Conquest (1952)
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Jungle Jim in the Forbidden Land (1952)
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Arctic Flight (1952)
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Aladdin and His Lamp (1952)
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When the Redskins Rode (1951)
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Revenue Agent (1951)
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Blue Blood (1951)
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Hurricane Island (1951)
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A Yank in Korea (1951)
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The Big Gusher (1951)
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Jungle Manhunt (1951)
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The Magic Carpet (1951)
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Tyrant of the Sea (1950)
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Dynamite Pass (1950)
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Last of the Buccaneers (1950)
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Beauty on Parade (1950)
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Davy Crockett, Indian Scout (1950)
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Chain Gang (1950)
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Girls' School (1950)
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State Penitentiary (1950)
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Law of the Barbary Coast (1949)
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Air Hostess (1949)
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Barbary Pirate (1949)
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Stagecoach Kid (1949)
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My Dog Rusty (1948)
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Inner Sanctum (1948)
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Adventures of Gallant Bess (1948)
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Under the Tonto Rim (1947)
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The Son of Rusty (1947)
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Thunder Mountain (1947)
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Devil Ship (1947)
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Seven Keys to Baldpate (1947)
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Danger Street (1947)
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Hot Cargo (1946)
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A Close Call for Boston Blackie (1946)
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The Windjammer (1946)
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Secrets of a Sorority Girl (1946)
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The Mask of Diijon (1946)
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Death Valley (1946)
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Tokyo Rose (1946)
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The Truth About Murder (1946)
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Trouble Chasers (1945)
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Follow That Woman (1945)
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Crime, Inc. (1945)
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Shadow of Terror (1945)
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The Enchanted Forest (1945)
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Arson Squad (1945)
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The Power of the Whistler (1945)
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I'm from Arkansas (1944)
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The Ghost That Walks Alone (1944)
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Two-Man Submarine (1944)
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Stars on Parade (1944)
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U-Boat Prisoner (1944)
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The Black Parachute (1944)
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Swing in the Saddle (1944)
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Cowboy Canteen (1944)
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Doughboys in Ireland (1943)
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Power of the Press (1943)
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Deerslayer (1943)
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The Return of the Vampire (1943)
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Redhead from Manhattan (1943)
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Murder in Times Square (1943)
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After Midnight with Boston Blackie (1943)
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Cadets on Parade (1942)
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Sabotage Squad (1942)
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Canal Zone (1942)
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Alias Boston Blackie (1942)
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Not a Ladies' Man (1942)
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Stand by All Networks (1942)
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Junior Army (1942)
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The Man Who Returned to Life (1942)
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Atlantic Convoy (1942)
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Submarine Raider (1942)
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The Boogie Man Will Get You (1942)
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Smith of Minnesota (1942)
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I Was a Prisoner on Devil's Island (1941)
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Back in the Saddle (1941)
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Lucky Devils (1941)
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The Singing Hill (1941)
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Harvard, Here I Come (1941)
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The Stork Pays Off (1941)
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Ridin' on a Rainbow (1941)
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Mystery Ship (1941)
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Honeymoon Deferred (1940)
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Girl from Havana (1940)
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La Conga Nights (1940)
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Sing, Dance, Plenty Hot (1940)
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Slightly Tempted (1940)
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Ski Patrol (1940)
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Wagons Westward (1940)
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Enemy Agent (1940)
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Pacific Liner (1939)
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Twelve Crowded Hours (1939)
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Bad Lands (1939)
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Fixer Dugan (1939)
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Conspiracy (1939)
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The Girl and the Gambler (1939)
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Crashing Hollywood (1938)
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Annabel Takes a Tour (1938)
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Condemned Women (1938)
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Law of the Underworld (1938)
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Smashing the Rackets (1938)
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Blind Alibi (1938)
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Double Danger (1938)
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Sky Giant (1938)
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Border Cafe (1937)
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The Man Who Found Himself (1937)
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They Wanted to Marry (1937)
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Living on Love (1937)
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Danger Patrol (1937)
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Flight from Glory (1937)
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You Can't Buy Luck (1937)
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Without Orders (1936)
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Night Waitress (1936)
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Parole! (1936)
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Stormy (1935)
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The Raven (1935)
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The Vanishing Shadow (1934)
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Tailspin Tommy (1934)
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Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

The Man Who Laughs (1928)
Prod staff

Misc. Crew (Feature Film)

Earth Girls Are Easy (1988)
Other

Life Events

Photo Collections

Living on Love - Lobby Cards
Here are several Lobby Cards from Living on Love (1937). Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.
Living on Love - British Pressbook
Here is the campaign book (pressbook) for the British release of RKO's Living on Love (1937). Pressbooks were sent to exhibitors and theater owners to aid them in publicizing the film's run in their theater.
Living on Love - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Here are a few photos taken behind-the-scenes during production of RKO's Living on Love (1937), directed by Lew Landers and starring James Dunn and Whitney Bourne.
Living on Love - Scene Stills
Here are a number of scene stills from RKO's Living on Love (1937), directed by Lew Landers and starring James Dunn and Whitney Bourne.

Videos

Movie Clip

Living On Love (1937) - Another Applicant Struggling to pay her rent, Mary (Whitney Bourne) arrives for a job interview, impressing the boss (Franklin Pangborn), then arrives home where her landlord (Solly Ward) has given away her apartment, but has a plan, in RKO’s Living On Love, 1937, restored by TCM.
Living On Love (1937) - A Sausage Heiress Snoopy landlord Eli (Solly Ward) has taken a new tenant but doesn’t have a room, so he visits basement dweller Gary (James Dunn, his first scene), a commercial artist, who’s tangling with girlfriend Edith Crumwell (Joan Woodbury), of the Crumwell Sausage family, in RKO’s Living On Love, 1937.
Living On Love (1937) - Have You Murder In Your Heart? Mary Wilson (Whitney Bourne), in a cafe practicing her pitch for her new razor-sales job, wins the attention of dazzled Gary Martin (James Dunn), neither of them knowing they’re the feuding tenants sharing an apartment in opposite hours, in RKO’s Living On Love, 1937.
Crashing Hollywood (1938) - My Husband Is A Criminologist Herman (Paul Guilfoyle) and wife Goldie (Lee Patrick) think they’re hijacking Winston (Lee Tracy) for a suitcase full of bonds on the train, but they find out it was just his inflated sense of the value of his manuscripts, and neighbor Barbara (Joan Woodbury) needn’t have worried, in Crashing Hollywood, 1938.
Crashing Hollywood (1938) - Who's Your Leading Man? Goldie (Lee Patrick), has just picked up Herman (Paul Guilfoyle) from prison, and at the station they meet star Lee Tracy, seeking but not getting insurance for his briefcase, then he meets Barbara (Joan Woodbury), headed for the big time, in RKO’s Crashing Hollywood, 1938.
Cowboy Canteen - Goin' To Lasso A Rainbow Tex Coulter (Ritter) offers up a tune by Alma Sioux Scarberry and Connie Glore while he and romantic rival Steve (Charles Starrett) trail the wagon carrying Connie (Jane Frazee) and driven by Spud (Guinn "Big Boy" Williams), early in Cowboy Canteen, 1944.
Cowboy Canteen - Ridin' Herd On A Cloud Opening scene, Jimmy Wakely and his band in uniform on a train with a tune evidently written for drafted cowboys, Connie (Jane Frazee) and Vera Vague also introduced, in Cowboy Canteen, 1944.
Back In The Saddle (1941) - I'm An Old Cowhand Taffy (Jacqueline Wells) is sending a telegram when Gene (Autry) bumps into her little sister Patsy (Mary Lee), leading to their offering of Johnny Mercer's I'm An Old Cowhand, and his apology for an earlier misunderstanding, in Back In The Saddle, 1941.
Back In The Saddle (1941) - You Are My Sunshine Gene (Autry) is persuaded by Patsy (Mary Lee) and his sidekick Frog (Smiley Burnette) to introduce You Are My Sunshine by (Future Louisiana Governor) Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell to her irritated sister Taffy (Jacqueline Wells), who needs new material, in Back In The Saddle, 1941.
Pacific Liner - Sea Lawyers In his first scene, chief engineer Crusher McKay (Victor McLaglen) dresses down his engine-room crew, especially new man Wishart (Paul Guilfoyle) and veteran Bilson (Alan Hale) in Pacific Liner, 1939.
Pacific Liner - Open, Shanghai Opening credits and the introduction of the captain (Halliwell Hobbes) and not-too-motivated Doctor Craig (Chester Morris), in R-K-O's Pacific Liner, 1939, directed by Lew Landers.
Pacific Liner - My Plutocratic Future Doc Craig (Chester Morris) enforces the cholera quarantine on the engine room, Crusher (Victor McLaglen) presiding and Britches (Barry Fitzgerald) getting good news and bad, in Pacific Liner, 1939.

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