Marcus Loew Overview:

Producer, Marcus Loew, was born on May 7, 1870 in Queens, NY. Loew died at the age of 57 on Sep 5, 1927 in Glen Cove, Long Island and was laid to rest in Maimonides Cemetery in Brooklyn, NY.



He was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures.

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Despite his seemingly scant IMDB filmography, he was the most powerful man in the film industry. As the founder of Loew's Inc., he controlled the purse strings on Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

Father of twin sons, David L. Loew and Arthur M. Loew.

Despite his position within the film industry, Loew never viewed himself as a film producer. As the owner of hundreds of first-class theaters, he saw Loew's Inc. as a real estate operation where customers rented seats, generating an overall return. His film business was simply a means to guarantee supply of product of sufficient quality necessary to fill those seats as many times per day as possible.

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