Lee Sholem

Director - USA
Born 1910
Died August 19, 2000

Lee Sholem was born circa in 1910. He was an American Director, known for Tarzan and the slave girl (1950), The stand at the Apache river (1953), The redhead von Wyoming (1952), Lee Sholem's first movie on record is from 1949. Lee Sholem died on August 19, 2000. His last motion picture on file dates from 1957.

Lee Sholem Filmography [Auszug]
1957: [] Hell Ship Mutiny (Director), with Elmo Williams, Peter Lorre,
1956: [] Crime Against Joe (Director), with John Bromfield, Julie London, Henry Calvin,
1954: [] Tobor the Great (Director), with Charles Drake, Karin Booth, Billy Chapin,
1953: [/ /1] The stand at the Apache river (Director), with Julie Adams, Stephen McNally,
1952: [] The redhead von Wyoming (Director), with Alex Nicol, Maureen O'Hara, Dennis Weaver,
1950: [/ /1] Tarzan and the slave girl (Tarzan greift ein) (Director), with Robert Alda, Lex Barker, Vanessa Brown,
1949: [] Tarzan's Magic Fountain (Edgar Rice Burroughs Tarzans Magic Fountain, Tarzan and the Arrow of Death) (Director), with Lex Barker, Brenda Joyce, Albert Dekker,

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