David Hempstead

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David Hempstead
Born(1909-10-02)October 2, 1909
DiedJanuary 9, 1983(1983-01-09) (aged 73)
OccupationFilm producer

David Hempstead (October 2, 1909 - January 9, 1983) was an American film producer known for None but the Lonely Heart (1944), The Sky's the Limit (1943), directed by Edward H. Griffith,[1] and Joan of Paris (1942), directed by Robert Stevenson.[2][3] He cowritted the script of Hell and High Water (1954) alongside Jesse Lasky.[4]

He produced with RKO and worked alongside Milton Holmes.[5] He also produced Village Tale (1935), directed by John Cromwell and written by Allan Scott.[6]

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  1. ^ Reid 2005, p. 131.
  2. ^ Reid 2005, p. 45.
  3. ^ "David Hempstead". iTunes. Apple Inc. Retrieved 26 July 2018.
  4. ^ Gordon, Marsha (2017). Film Is Like a Battleground: Sam Fuller's War Movies. Oxford University Press. p. 278. ISBN 9780190269753.
  5. ^ Slide, Anthony (16 December 2014). "It's the Pictures That Got Small": Charles Brackett on Billy Wilder and Hollywood's Golden Age. Columbia University Press. p. 180. ISBN 9780231538220.
  6. ^ Nott, Robert (5 May 2014). Evans, Max, ed. The Films of Randolph Scott. McFarland Publishing. p. 43. ISBN 9781476610061.

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