Samuel Sax - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Samuel Sax’s height is 5ft 4in (1.63 m)

Samuel Sax was an American film producer. He produced 80 films between 1925 and 1946, including the last films of Roscoe Arbuckle. From 1938 to 1941 Sax headed Warner Brothers’ British subsidiary at Teddington Studios in London.

Best Known For Movie: Why Girls Leave Home
Height: 5ft 4in (1.63 m)
Born: September 5, 1880, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
Filmography: Dixieland Jamboree (1946), Why Girls Leave Home (1945), Dr. O’Dowd (1940), The Midas Touch (1940), Hoots Mon (1940), Confidential Lady (1940), Romance in Rhythm (1940), Frances Carroll & ‘The Coquettes’ (1940), His Brother’s Keeper (1940), World’s Fair Junior (1939), History Repeats Itself (1939), Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra (1939), Swing Styles (1939), Verge of Disaster (1939), One Day Stand (1939), Three-Minute Fuse (1939), Will Osborne and His Orchestra (1939), Lives in Peril (1939), On the Air (1939), Haunted House (1939), The Broadway Buckaroo (1939), Voodoo Fires (1939), At Home (1939), Chained (1939), Russ Morgan and His Orchestra (1939), High Peril (1939), The Nine Million (1939), Clyde Lucas and His Orchestra (1939), The Human Bomb (1939), Wedding Yells (1938), Stardust (1938/I), Treacherous Waters (1938), Music with a Smile (1938), Defying Death (1938), Toyland Casino (1938), Larry Clinton and His Orchestra (1938), Zero Girl (1938), Clyde McCoy and His Sugar Blues Orchestra in His Busy Day (1938), Trapped Underground (1938), Swing Cat’s Jamboree (1938), Night Intruder (1938), Rainbow’s End (1938), A Dream Comes True (1938), Stocks and Blondes (1938), Wanderlust (1938), Forget-Me-Knots (1938), Dear Old Dad (1938), Got a Match? (1938), Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Crawford (1938), Shopgirl’s Evidence (1938), Little Me (1938), Hit and Run (1938), Carl Hoff and Orchestra (1938), The Bolted Door (1938), Script Girl (1938), Sin-copation (1938), Alibi Mark (1937), Henry King and His Orchestra (1937), One on the House (1937), Here’s Your Hat (1937), Jan Rubini and Orchestra (1937), Roping ‘em Alive! (1937), Toot Sweet (1937), Playing with Danger (1937), Starlets (1937), Milt Britton and His World Famous Orchestra (1937), Jacques Fray and His Orchestra (1937), Lennie Hayton and His Orchestra (1937), Attic of Terror (1937), Postal Union (1937), Cut Out for Love (1937), Flowers from the Sky (1937), Eliseo Grenet and His Orchestra (1937), A Musical Journey to South America (1937), Movie-Mania (1937), Home Run on the Keys (1937), Taking the Count (1937), The Jam Session (1937), Play Street (1937), Special Arrangements (1937), Swing for Sale (1937), Roger Wolfe Kahn and His Orchestra (1937), Swanee Cruise (1937), Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Crawford, the Poets of the Organ (1937), Jimmie Lunceford and His Dance Orchestra (1936), Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra (1936), That’s Pictures (1936), Emil Coleman and His Orchestra (1936), Leon Navara and Orchestra (1936), The Backyard Broadcast (1936), Rush Hour Rhapsody (1936), Nick Lucas and His Troubadours (1936), Punch and Beauty (1936), Carl Hoff and His Orchestra (1936), The Wife of the Party (1936), Here’s Howe (1936), Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra (1936), The City’s Slicker (1936), Good Badminton (1936), They’re Off (1936), Ramon Ramos and His Rainbow Room Orchestra (1936), Slide, Nellie, Slide (1936), Little Jack Little & Orchestra (1936), Paris in New York (1936), For the Love of Pete (1936), Wash Your Step (1936), Between the Lines (1936), Off the Record (1936), Double or Nothing (1936), Carnival Day (1936), Red Nichols & His World Famous Pennies (1936), Charles Ahearne and His Orchestra (1935), Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Crawford (1935), The Man of a Thousand Hits (1935), Katz’ Pajamas (1935), Trouble in Toyland (1935), Johnny Green & His Orchestra (1935), Jack Denny’s Orchestra (1935), All American Drawback (1935), Oh, Evaline! (1935), Phil Spitalny & His All Girl Orchestra (1935), On the Wagon (1935), What’s the Idea? (1935), Rubinoff and His Orchestra (1935), High, Wide and Hansom (1935), Rah, Rah, Radio (1935), Nutville (1935), Better Than Gold (1935), Wee Men (1935), Freddie Martin & His Orchestra (1935), Rimac’s Rhumba Orchestra (1935), Gypsy Sweetheart (1935), His First Flame (1935), In the Spotlight (1935), Harry Horlick and His Gypsies (1935), See, See, Senorita (1935), The Old Grey Mayor (1935), Easy Aces (1934), Phil Spitalny and His Musical Queens (1934), A Peach of a Pair (1934), Don Redman & His Orchestra (1934), Hear Ye! Hear Ye! (1934), Dizzy & Daffy (1934), No Contest! (1934), Paree, Paree (1934), The Camera Speaks (1934), The Policy Girl (1934), The Mysterious Kiss (1934), At the Races (1934), Jolly Good Fellow (1934), Tin Hat Harmony (1934), Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra (1934), The Tune Detective (1934), The Wrong, Wrong Trail (1934), Jack Denny & Band (1934), Turkey in the Raw (1933), Tomalio (1933), Girl Trouble (1933/II), In the Dough (1933), Laughs in the Law (1933), Close Relations (1933), Hot from Petrograd (1933), A Castilian Garden (1933), The Double-Crossing of Columbus (1933), How’ve You Bean? (1933), Along Came Ruth (1933), The Way of All Freshmen (1933), Northern Exposure (1933), Pleasure Island (1933), Buzzin’ Around (1933), Love Thy Neighbor (1933), Trouble Indemnity (1933), Pickin’ a Winner (1932), Hey, Pop! (1932), Here, Prince (1932), C’est Paree (1932), The Crane Poison Case (1932), A Regular Trouper (1932), Detectuvs (1932), Follow the Leader (1931), Last but Not Leased (1931), The Bitter Half (1931), Season’s Greetings (1931), Gangway (1931), The Silent Partner (1931), Good Pie Forever (1931), The Unfair Sex (1931), Sax Appeal (1931), The Bigger They Are (1931), The Gigolo Racket (1931), Moving In (1931), The Meal Ticket (1931), For Two Cents (1931), Just a Gigolo/II (1931), The Nightingale (1931), The Naggards Go Rooting (1931), Service Stripes (1931), Contrary Mary (1930), The Legacy (1930), The Victim (1930), Taxi Talks (1930), Reno or Bust (1930), The Stand-Up (1930), The South Sea Pearl (1930), Who’s Who? (1930), The Military Post (1929), The River Woman (1928), Chaz Chase: ‘The Unique Comedian’ (1928), A Spanish Ensemble (1928), Hellship Bronson (1928), The Night Court (1927), The Down Grade (1927), The Part Time Wife (1925), Times Square (1929), The River Woman (1928), Through the Breakers (1928), Midnight Life (1928), United States Smith (1928), Hellship Bronson (1928), Turn Back the Hours (1928), Bare Knees (1928), San Francisco Nights (1928), The Head of the Family (1928), Blondes by Choice (1927), When Danger Calls (1927), Sumuru (1927), The Rose of Kildare (1927), The Satin Woman (1927), The Woman Who Did Not Care (1927), Mountains of Manhattan (1927), Catch-As-Catch-Can (1927), The Silent Avenger (1927), Sinews of Steel (1927), One Chance in a Million (1927), Quarantined Rivals (1927), The Final Extra (1927), Heroes of the Night (1927), Money to Burn (1926), The Silent Power (1926), The Winning Wallop (1926), King of the Pack (1926), The Golden Web (1926), Racing Blood (1926), The Sign of the Claw (1926), The Phantom of the Forest (1926), The Shadow on the Wall (1925), One of the Bravest (1925), His Master’s Voice (1925), The Overland Limited (1925), Shattered Lives (1925), Silent Pal (1925), Black Lightning (1924), Unmarried Wives (1924).
Other Names: Sam Sax
Astrological Sign: Virgo
Occupation: Film Producer
Died: January 2, 1962, Hollywood, California, United States
Movies: Why Girls Leave Home, Confidential Lady, Carnival Day,
Ex-spouse: Lulu Adams

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