Hunt Stromberg

Hunt Stromberg

All of Jean Harlow's movies were produced by Stromberg.

Along with Louis B. Mayer, Irving Thalberg and Harry Rapf was one of the "Big Four" in the early days of Metro-Golden-Mayor Studios.

Began at MGM as director of advertising and publicity.

During the mid 1930s he was considered Hollywood's No. 1 producer.

Father of producer Hunt Stromberg Jr.

For a decade he was among the top ten highest paid Americans.

Founded Santa Anita and Hollywood Park race tracks.

Produced Greta Garbo's first American movie, Torrent, The (1926).

Produced all of the "Thin Man" movies starring William Powell and Myrna Loy.

Was a newspaper reporter for the St. Louis Times.