Edwin L. Marin


Edwin L. Marin

Biography

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Fort Worth (1951)
Director
Sugarfoot (1951)
Director
Raton Pass (1951)
Director
Colt .45 (1950)
Director
The Cariboo Trail (1950)
Director
Canadian Pacific (1949)
Director
Fighting Man of the Plains (1949)
Director
The Younger Brothers (1949)
Director
Race Street (1948)
Director
Christmas Eve (1947)
Director
Intrigue (1947)
Director
Abilene Town (1946)
Director
Nocturne (1946)
Director
Young Widow (1946)
Director
Mr. Ace (1946)
Director
Lady Luck (1946)
Director
Johnny Angel (1945)
Director
Show Business (1944)
Director
Tall in the Saddle (1944)
Director
Two Tickets to London (1943)
Director
A Gentleman After Dark (1942)
Director
Miss Annie Rooney (1942)
Director
The Invisible Agent (1942)
Director
Paris Calling (1942)
Director
Ringside Maisie (1941)
Director
Maisie Was a Lady (1941)
Director
Gold Rush Maisie (1940)
Director
Hullabaloo (1940)
Director
Florian (1940)
Director
Society Lawyer (1939)
Director
Henry Goes Arizona (1939)
Director
Maisie (1939)
Director
Fast and Loose (1939)
Director
Listen, Darling (1938)
Director
Hold That Kiss (1938)
Director
The Chaser (1938)
Director
Everybody Sing (1938)
Director
A Christmas Carol (1938)
Director
Married Before Breakfast (1937)
Director
Man of the People (1937)
Director
Speed (1936)
Director
Sworn Enemy (1936)
Director
The Garden Murder Case (1936)
Director
Moonlight Murder (1936)
Director
I'd Give My Life (1936)
Director
All American Chump (1936)
Director
The All-American Chump (1936)
Director
Pursuit (1935)
Director
The Casino Murder Case (1935)
Director
Sequoia (1935)
Director
Paris Interlude (1934)
Director
Affairs of a Gentleman (1934)
Director
Bombay Mail (1934)
Director
The Crosby Case (1934)
Director
A Study in Scarlet (1933)
Director
The Death Kiss (1933)
Director
The Avenger (1933)
Director
The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi (1933)
Director
The Man Called Back (1932)
Assistant Director
The Beloved Bachelor (1931)
Assistant to Lloyd Corrigan
Women Everywhere (1930)
Assistant Director

Producer (Feature Film)

Two Tickets to London (1943)
Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Race Street (1948) - Don't Bet On Horses Following opening narration, entering the horse gambling racket in San Francisco, introducing bookie Hal (Henry Morgan), then his friend and backer, the star, George Raft, as "Dan." who has a fancy girlfriend "Robbie," (Marilyn Maxwell), from Race Street, 1948.
Race Street (1948) - Don't Give Me Orders At a Chicago racket hangout, high rolling bookie Dan (George Raft) is visited by cop Barney (William Bendix), who pushes him not to seek his own vengeance for the murder of their mutual childhood friend, in Race Street, 1948.
Race Street (1948) - I'm In A Jam With Baby Splashy introduction for Gale Robbins as Elaine, night club singer and sister of the owner Dan (George Raft), her own vocal on a tune by Ray Heindorf, M.K. Jerome and Ted Koehler, fancy shot by director Edwin L. Marin and cinematographer J. Roy Hunt, in Race Street, 1948.
Nocturne (1946) - This Is A Dancing School Location shooting at the Pantages in Hollywood, George Raft as detective Joe tracking a witness braces a ticket taker and a manager (Gladys Blake, Sam Flint) then a little gag, as the accomplished hoofer visits a dance school, learning from Janet Shaw, in RKO’s Nocturne, 1946.
Nocturne (1946) - I Have Been Avoiding You Abundant style in the opening,as composer Keith Vincent (Edward Ashley), whom they’re playing for, maybe, a callous Cole Porter, performs for, he says, “Dolores,” though she’s never revealed, in Nocturne, 1946, directed by Edwin L. Marin, starring George Raft and Lynn Bari.
Nocturne (1946) - Q.E.D. Suicide Introducing players investigating the murder scene, with William Challee the camera, Harry Harvey the doc, Walter Sande the head cop but mainly George Raft as detective Joe Warne, then Virginia Huston in her first credited part, all brass as Carol, the mighty good-looking maid, in Nocturne, 1946.
Nocturne (1946) - I Don't Like Those Kind Of Pictures Following leads toward the murdered guy’s girlfriends, George Raft as detective Joe meets a peeved photographer (John Banner, a.k.a. Sergeant Schultz from TV’s Hogan’s Heroes!) Virginia Kelley his model, then finally co-top-billed Lynn Bari as Frances, Robert Andersen her boy-toy, in Nocturne, 1946.
Gold Rush Maisie (1940) - Plenty Of Tears Ann Sothern (title character) is leaving town, from the diner where Harry (Irving Bacon) is sharing the big news, one customer (Henry Roquemore) leaving as another (Eddie Gribbon) arrives, and young Jubie (Virginia Weidler) appears seeking aid, in Gold Rush Maisie, 1940, the third in the MGM series.
Gold Rush Maisie (1940) - I Wanna Be Just Like You! Now all-in with the family of hard-luck dirt farmer turned gold prospector Bert (John F. Hamilton), Ann Sothern (title character) meets friend Elmo (Louis Mason), who boasts of success, then chats with admiring daughter Jubie (Virginia Weidler), in Gold Rush Maisie, 1940.
Gold Rush Maisie (1940) - What Kind Of A Town Is This? Third movie in the MGM series, this time the title character (Ann Sothern) has had a breakdown near an Arizona desert town, where, with some difficulty, she meets Lee Bowman as grumpy rancher Bill, who’s not much inclined to help, in Gold Rush Maisie, 1940, co-starring Virginia Weidler.
Maisie (1939) - The Chiffon Girl The first scene in the first picture in the series of ten from MGM, Ann Sothern is the title character, getting bad news (from Frank Darien as Pops) about her showbiz gig in Big Horn, Wyoming, from a script first written for Jean Harlow, opening Maisie, 1939, co-starring Robert Young.
Fast And Loose (1939) - Do They Play For Keeps Here? Part of the point in the casino scene has to be Roz Russell’s outfit, as Garda Sloane with her book-dealer amateur-sleuth husband Joel (Robert Montgomery) quipping their way into the joint run by Sidney Blackmer as Nolan, Joan Marsh his conspiring moll, in the MGM semi-programmer Fast And Loose, 1939.

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