Leo Mishkin (January 22, 1907 - December 27, 1980) was a well-known American film, theater, and television critic of the mid-20th century. He was also a long-time member of the New York Film Critics Circle and served at least one term as chair.
He worked as a publicity director for Rex Ingram, a silent film director, and as a journalist for the Chicago Tribune’s Paris outpost in the late 1920s, and covered Charles Lindbergh's arrival in Paris in 1927.
- "Leo Mishkin, Reviewed Movies, Theater and TV". New York Times. December 31, 1980. Retrieved 2012-11-17.
Born in New York the son of Herman Mishkin, photographer of the Metropolitan Opera from 1905 to 1932, Mr. Mishkin began his career as an office boy in the ...
- "Herman Mishkin, 77, Opera Photographer". New York Times. February 7, 1948. Retrieved 2012-11-17.
Herman Mishkin, retired photographer who did much work for the Metropolitan Opera Company, died yesterday in his home, 139 West Eighty-second Street, after ...
- University of Wyoming American Heritage Center: Guide To Journalism Resources (March 2005)
- Mishkin, Leo. The Lindbergh Interview, Lost Generation Journal (1979)
- (24 January 1948) NY Telegraph Starts Radio TV Coverage, Billboard (magazine), Retrieved November 9, 2010
- (1 December 1945) Leo Mishkin Leaves CBS Flack Dept., Billboard (magazine), Retrieved November 9, 2010