Nat Levine (July 26, 1899 – August 6, 1989), was an American film producer. He produced 105 films between 1921 and 1946. Born in New York City, he entered the film industry as an accountant for Metro Pictures and became personal secretary to Metro head Marcus Loew . He moved to Hollywood in 1925, setting out to produce his own movies.
- July 26, 1899, New York City
- Frances Levine
- Film producer
Nat Levine , was an American film producer. He produced 105 films between 1921 and 1946. He was personal secretary to Marcus Loew, formed Mascot Pictures in 1927, and merged Mascot with Herbert Yates's Republic Pictures in 1935. He was born in New York City and died in Los Angeles.
New York-born Nat Levine got his start in show business when he dropped out of high school to take a job as an accountant with the Loew's theater chain, and eventually worked his way up to become personal secretary to Marcus Loew. Levine soaked up as much knowledge about the film business as he possibly could, and in 1926 he and a few investors ...
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Mascot owner Nat Levine was the first to envision buying a studio and consolidating a number of "Poverty Row" independents under one roof into sort of a super-studio. When the old Mack Sennett Studios came up for sale in 1933 he approached a number of producers with his idea, but was rebuffed.
- Nathaniel Levine
- July 26, 1899 in New York City, New York, USA
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Levine was designated head of the serial and B-Western arm of the company, and the Mascot studio facilities and contract personnel became Republic assets as part of the merger. Within two years, however, along with most of his colleagues at Republic who had owned other companies, Levine found himself in a disagreeable situation and ...