Stuart Levy (producer)

Stuart Levy (30 November 1907 – 3 June 1966)[1] was a British film producer best known for his long association with Nat Cohen with whom he founded and ran Anglo-Amalgamated.[2][3][4] He was born in Hendon, London and died in London.

With Cohen, he co-owned the horse Anglo, which won the Grand National.

He had a daughter who took her own life in 1962.[5]


  1. 1939 England and Wales Register
  2. The Cinema Tycoons. The Sunday Times (London, England), Sunday, January 10, 1960; pg. 9; Issue 7130. (2313 words)
  3. Obituary 2 -- No Title New York Times (1923-Current file) [New York, N.Y] 04 June 1966: 23.
  4. A mogul's farewell Pulleine, Tim. The Guardian (1959-2003) [London (UK) 11 Feb 1988: 12.]
  5. Film Chief's Daughter in Death Fall. The Sunday Times (London, England), Sunday, 8 July 1962; pg. [1]; Issue 7260. (218 words)
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