Luther Greene Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

Born: February 27, 1910 in Gainesboro, Virginia
Died: May 31, 1987 in New York City, New York
Biography | show moreshow less
LUTHER GREENE (1910-1987) was a landscape designer and theatrical producer. The play that started his career as a producer was a New York revival of Ibsen's ''Ghosts,'' starring the Russian actress Alla Nazimova, at the Empire Theater. He also produced "A Point of Honor", "Eight O'Clock Tuesday", "Hedda Gabler", and "Much Ado About Nothing".
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1988 The American Experience (Sound Department), 1987 The Video Dead (Sound Department), 1987 Huey Lewis and the News: Be-FORE! (Sound Department), 1984 In Heaven There Is No Beer (Sound Department), 1981 The Big Stuffed Dog (Sound Department), 1980 A Christmas Without Snow (Sound Department), 1980 Porklips Now (Sound Department), 1978 Hardware Wars (Sound Department), 1987 A Claymation Christmas Celebration (Sound Department), 1987 Gap-Toothed Women (Sound Department), 1985 Prehistoric Beast (Sound Department), 1983 Never Cry Wolf (Sound Department), 1981 Street Music (Sound Department), 1980 Garlic Is As Good As Ten Mothers (Sound Department), 1977 Who Are the DeBolts [And Where Did They Get 19 Kids] (Sound Department), 1985 Dim Sum: A Little Bit of Heart (Sound Department), 1985 The Adventures of Mark Twain (Sound Department), 1986 Torment (Sound Department), 1985 Cowgirls: Portraits of American Ranch Women (Sound Department), 1983 Twice Upon a Time (Sound Department), 1982 Breach of Contract (Sound Department), 1981 The Day After Trinity (Sound Department), 1980 Can't It Be Anyone Else (Sound Department), 1978 Lulu (Sound Department), 1976 Farewell to Manzanar (Sound Department), 1972 Elevator Girls in Bondage (Sound Department), 1972 Elevator Girls in Bondage (Producer)
Theater Credits | show moreshow less
Much Ado About Nothing - Production (May 1, 1952 - May 3, 1952), The Tower Beyond Tragedy - Production (November 26, 1950 - December 22, 1950), Hedda Gabler - Production (January 29, 1942 - February 7, 1942), Walk Into My Parlor - Production (November 19, 1941 - December 13, 1941), Eight O'Clock Tuesday - Production (January 6, 1941 - January 18, 1941), A Point of Honor - Production (February 11, 1937 - February 1937), Ghosts - Production (December 12, 1935 - February 1936)

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