Byron Roberts (producer)

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Byron Roberts
Byron Roberts, November 1974
Born Byron Silverman
(1910-08-20)August 20, 1910
Brooklyn, New York
Died June 11, 2003(2003-06-11) (aged 92)
Beverly Hills, California
Years active 1947–1980
Spouse(s) Sarah T. Roberts (1937–2003, his death)

Byron Roberts (born Aug 20, 1910, Brooklyn, New York, died Jun 11, 2003, Beverly Hills, California), son of Moses L and Esther Silverman, was a Producer, Production Manager, Second Unit Director and Assistant Director, most notably of Logan's Run (1976) and Baby Face Nelson (1957) with Mickey Rooney and Carolyn Jones. He was a frequent collaborator of low budget producer Al Zimbalist.


The Gong Show Movie (1980) (co-producer)
The Day the Lord Got Busted (1976) (associate producer)
... aka Soul Hustler (USA)
The Hard Ride (1971) (associate producer)
Young Dillinger (1965) (associate producer)
Valley of the Dragons (1961) (producer)
... aka Prehistoric Valley (UK)
Five Gates to Hell (1959) (associate producer)
Baby Face Nelson (1957) (associate producer)
From Hell It Came (1957) (associate producer)
Sierra Stranger (1957) (associate producer)
Hot Rod Girl (1956) (associate producer)

External links[edit]

Byron Roberts on Internet Movie Database [1]
Logan's Run trailer and promo on Turner Classic Movies [2]