Irving Lerner

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New York City, New York, USA
Editor/director Irving Lerner got his start in the film business at Columbia University, where he was a research editor on the school's Encyclopedia of Social Sciences and began making documentaries for the school's anthropology department in the early 1930s. He produced documentaries for the Office of War Information during World War II, and after the war he became the head of New York University's Educational Film institute.

In 1948 Lerner and Joseph Strick co-directed a short documentary, Muscle Beach (1948). Read more...


Character: Store's Owner

Hay que matar a B. 1975