Raymond Lee (film historian)

Raymond Lee (January 3, 1910 – June 26, 1974) was an American child actor in films who eventually became a film historian and author. His film career lasted from 1915 until 1927.[1]

He was one of the children cast in Sidney Franklin's series Fox Sunshine Kiddies.[2] Lee's film roles included a part in The Kid a Charlie Chaplin film [1]

He wrote about animal actors in 1970.[3]

Selected filmography

Bibliography

  • Fir for the Chase; Cars and the Movies by Raymond Lee, 1969
  • The faces of Hollywood by Clarence Sinclair Bull and Raymond Lee, A. S. Barnes, 1969
  • Pearl White: the peerless fearless girl by Manuel Weltmann and Raymond Lee, A. S. Barnes, 1969
  • Gloria Swanson by Richard M. Hudson and Raymond Lee, A. S. Barnes, 1970
  • DeMille: the man and his pictures y Gabe Essoe and Raymond Lee, A. S. Barnes, 1970
  • Not So Dumb; The Life and Times of Animal Actors by Raymond Lee, 1970[5]
  • The Films of Mary Pickford (1971)[6]
  • Gangsters and Hoodlums; The Underworld in Cinema by Raymond Lee and B. C. Van Hecke, 1971[7]

References

  1. "Raymond Lee". 29 June 1974. Retrieved 20 June 2019 via NYTimes.com.
  2. Maltin, Leonard; Bann, Richard W. (20 June 1992). "The Little Rascals: The Life and Times of Our Gang". Crown. Retrieved 20 June 2019 via Google Books.
  3. Burt, Jonathan (3 February 2004). "Animals in Film". Reaktion Books. Retrieved 20 June 2019 via Google Books.
  4. Klinowski, Jacek; Garbicz, Jacek Klinowski & Adam; Garbicz, Adam (20 June 2019). "Feature Cinema in the 20th Century: Volume One: 1913-1950: a Comprehensive Guide". Planet RGB Limited. Retrieved 20 June 2019 via Google Books.
  5. Bouse, Derek (29 November 2011). "Wildlife Films". University of Pennsylvania Press. Retrieved 20 June 2019 via Google Books.
  6. Lee, Raymond (20 June 1971). "The films of Mary Pickford". A. S. Barnes. Retrieved 20 June 2019 via Google Books.
  7. Lee, Raymond; Hecke, B. C. Van (20 June 1971). "Gangsters and hoodlums: the underworld in the cinema". A. S. Barnes. Retrieved 20 June 2019 via Google Books.
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