1924/5 Film Director's NAVY Scrapbook~ARTHUR LUEKER

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1924/5 Film Director's NAVY Scrapbook


3/4 leather with brown boards.

14 inches x 9 inches x 1.75 inches


Arthur C. Lueker was born in Chicago, December 15, 1900, then moved to Los Angeles in 1920. He served in the Navy and was married to Anna Violet Brown in 1925. In 1931 he was employed by director Mervyn Leroy and his father-in-law, Jack Warner, as their personal driver. In mid 1933, Arthur was brought to Warner Brothers to begin working on the lot as a Second Assistant Director. The first productions Art worked on were 42nd Street (1933) and The House on 56th Street (1933). These films were released in early 1933.
In 1936 Arthur was promoted to First Assistant Director, and also traveled the world scouting locations. In 1950, still with Warner Brothers, Lueker went on to become Unit Production Manager
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