Lawrence Woolner

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Lawrence Henry Woolner (12 April 1912 – 21 July 1985) was an American film producer, distributor, exhibitor and executive. He worked with Roger Corman on a number of films, helping him found New World Pictures.[1] However he clashed with Corman and soon set up his own company, Dimension Pictures, which ran for ten years.[2][3] He was the brother of producer Bernard Woolner.

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