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Edward Small

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Edward Small

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Edward Small (February 1, 1891 - January 25, 1977) was a film producer from the late 1920s through 1970. Small began his career as a talent agent in New York City. In 1917, he moved his agency to Los Angeles, California. Small began producing films in the 1920s, when it became his full-time occupation. In 1932 Small formed Reliance Pictures together with Joseph Schenck and Harry M. Goetz. Small formed Edward Small Productions in 1938. Small produced a number of pictures, scaled-down, economically produced films mostly released through United Artists, including The Count of Monte Cristo (1934), The Man in the Iron Mask (1939) and Brewster's Millions (1945). His most frequent director was Allan Dwan.

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  • Born: February 1, 1891
  • Died: January 25, 1977 (Aged 94)

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