Robert L. Lippert
American film producer
Robert L. Lippert
Robert L. Lippert was a prolific film producer and cinema owner who eventually owned a chain of 118 theatres.
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Moron Golf Tournament raises more than $3000 for TUHS - Midway Driller
Google News - over 5 years
Gross score winners with a “62” (-10) were: Mike Goodwin, Bill Davis, Robert Lippert and John Lippert. John Lippert put his 50 yard shot just below the hole for the win. Net score winners with a “60” were: Keith McElmurry, Jerry Barton, Bill White and
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„Die Ärmel hochkrempeln“ – setzt Lippert auf Wintertrikots? - Dewezet.de
Google News - over 5 years
„Wir haben den Pyrmontern die Führung ja förmlich geschenkt“, ärgerte sich Hagens Fußball-Obmann Robert Lippert noch am Sonntag nach dem Sechserpack. Doch damit nicht genug. In der ersten Viertelstunde ließen seine Germanen-Kicker gleich zwei
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Platzverweis für Torhüter Frye schockt Hagen - Dewezet.de
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Für Hagens Fußball-Chef Robert Lippert eine glatte Fehlentscheidung: „So gesehen hat das nur der Linienrichter.“ Routinier Sven Schipper, der den Platz im Germanen-Tor übernahm und diesen Part problemlos erledigte, wurde gleich nach der Pause kalt
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Romantisches Morgengrauen - Film Dienst
Google News - over 5 years
Aber die billig produzierten Filme mit billig eingekauften Darstellern waren derart profitabel, dass man zu Beginn der 1950er-Jahre an Expansion dachte und mit US-Produzent Robert Lippert einen Verbündeten fand, der neue Zuschauerschichten versprach
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Drei Tage Meisterschaft feiern? Auf dem Hagen gar kein Problem - Dewezet.de
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Allein Fußball-Chef Robert Lippert fehlte im illustren Kreis. Der hatte sich mit Ehefrau Renate schon am Sonntagmorgen Richtung Ostsee abgesetzt. Am Timmendorfer Strand feierten beide gestern die silberne Hochzeit. Nach dem Trubel war sich Robert
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Frederick 'Freddy' Robert Lippert - Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
Google News - almost 6 years
Frederick "Freddy" Robert Lippert, 89, 4891 Highway 80, died 7:45 pm Thursday, May 12, 2011, at Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield. Funeral services will be at 11 am Wednesday, May 18, at St. John's Lutheran Church in Pittsville,
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DVDS; Tabloid Auteur: Muscular Vision Of Samuel Fuller
NYTimes - over 7 years
THE gruff, cigar-cured voice of Samuel Fuller remains one of the most distinctive in American movies. Born Samuel Rabinovitch in 1912, Fuller began his career as a New York tabloid journalist and pulp novelist but, like many of his colleagues on the lower rungs of the literary trades in the '20s and '30s, eventually found himself in Hollywood,
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Paid Notice: Deaths LIPPERT, ROBERT, M.D.
NYTimes - over 16 years
LIPPERT-Robert, M.D. The entire Beth Israel Medical Center family joins with the physicians and staff of the Milton and Bernice Stern Department of Pediatrics in acknowledging with sadness the passing of Robert Lippert, M.D., beloved father of our dear friend and longtime member of the Pediatric Medical Staff, Susan Levitzky, M.D. To Susan, her
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TELEVISION REVIEW;His Films Were Never Slick, but the List of Admirers Is
NYTimes - over 20 years
Remember, don't take anybody's word, including your mother." The speaker is Sam Fuller, the maverick film director who is lovingly profiled by the executive producer Tim Robbins and the director Adam Simon in an hourlong documentary called "The Typewriter, the Rifle and the Movie Camera." Among those appearing to pay enthusiastic tribute are fellow
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Robert L. Lippert
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1976
    Age 66
    Died in 1976.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 1962
    Age 52
    Faced with increasing production costs in Hollywood, Lippert announced in 1962 that he would be making films in England, Italy (The Last Man on Earth) and the Philippines.
    More Details Hide Details Fox ended Regal/API when its own production schedule had declined and it didn't have enough "A" features to support the "B" pictures. Lippert maintained and expanded his chain of 118 theatres until his death. His son, Robert L. Lippert, Jr., followed his father into producing.
  • FORTIES
  • 1959
    Age 49
    In 1959 Lippert renamed Regal as Associated Producers Incorporated (API) to make more low-budget films for double bills (API having similar initials to exploitation specialist American International Pictures may have been coincidental).
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1948
    Age 38
    Screen Guild became Lippert Pictures, Inc. in 1948, utilizing rental stages and the movie ranch known as Corriganville for its films; 130 features were released between 1948 and 1955.
    More Details Hide Details When Darryl F. Zanuck announced his Cinemascope process, he faced hostility from many theatre owners who had gone to great expense to convert their theatres to show 3-D films that Hollywood had stopped making. Zanuck assured the owners that they could have a large supply of CinemaScope product because Fox would make CinemaScope lenses available to other film companies and start a production unit, led by Lippert, called Regal Pictures in 1956 to produce B pictures in that process. Lippert's company was contracted to make 20 pictures a year for seven years; each picture was shot in seven days for no more than $100,000. Due to Lippert's problems with the film unions over not paying residuals to actors and writers of his films when they were sold to television, Ed Baumgarten was officially appointed the head of Regal, but Lippert had overall control. Regal Pictures filmed its movies with CinemaScope lenses, but due to 20th Century-Fox insisting that only its "A" films would be labelled CinemaScope, Regal's product used the term "Regalscope" in its films' credits.
  • 1945
    Age 35
    Dissatisfied with what he believed to be exorbitant rental fees charged by major studios, Lippert formed Screen Guild Productions in 1945, its first release being a Bob Steele western called Wildfire, made in Cinecolor.
    More Details Hide Details Screen Guild also re-released many older B picture westerns and made 22 pictures under its own name.
  • 1942
    Age 32
    Lippert went from cinema manager to owning a chain of cinemas in California in 1942, during the peak years of theatre attendance.
    More Details Hide Details Lippert's theatres in Los Angeles often screened older films for a continuous 24 hours with an admission price of 25 cents. Not only did his theatres attract shift workers and late-night revellers, but servicemen on leave who could not find cheap accommodation would sleep in the cinema.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1909
    Born
    Born in 1909.
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