Leo Meyer (producer)
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|Other names||Leo Meijer|
|Years active||1926-1939 (film)|
Leo Meyer (1873–1944) was a German film producer. He is sometimes also credited as Leo Meijer. Following the Nazi rise to power Meyer, who was Jewish, went into exile and emigrated to the Netherlands where he continued to produce films.
- Rinaldo Rinaldini (1927)
- Circle of Lovers (1927)
- Sex in Chains (1928)
- Somnambul (1929)
- Marriage in Trouble (1929)
- Westfront 1918 (1930)
- Panic in Chicago (1931)
- The First Right of the Child (1932)
- Ashkenazi p.199
- Ashkenazi, Ofer. Weimar Film and Modern Jewish Identity. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
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