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Irving Reis

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Irving Reis (May 7, 1906 in New York, New York – July 3, 1953 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California) was a radio producer/director and film director.

Reis was the creator of the experimental radio anthology program Columbia Workshop. Among his motion picture credits are the Samuel Goldwyn films Enchantment and Roseanna McCoy and the 1948 screen adaptation of Arthur Miller's All My Sons. He also directed the The Fourposter, based on a play by Jan de Hartog.

He worked on the films, "The Four Poster" (1952), "New Mexico" (1951), "Roseanna McCoy" (1949), "The Bachelor And The Bobby-Soxer" (1947), "Crack-Up" (1946), "Gambler's Choice" (1944), "Footlight Fever" (1941), "The Spanish Earth" (1937), "The Hollywood Revue of 1929" (1929), "The Business of Love" (1925), "Breaking Into Sorority" (1923) and "Too Much Business."

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  • Born: May 7, 1906 in New York, New York
  • Died: July 3, 1953 in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California (Aged 47)
  • Occupation: Film Director

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