5 May 1879|
Posen, Germany (now Poznań, Poland)
|Died||30 March 1948
Tucson, Arizona, United States
Max Marcin (5 May 1879 – 30 March 1948) was a Polish screenwriter and film director. He wrote for 47 films between 1916 and 1949. He also directed six films between 1931 and 1936. His stage work includes See My Lawyer (1915), directed by Frank M. Stammers; he wrote and/or produced almost 20 plays for Broadway from 1916-38. Marcin wrote for and produced The FBI in Peace and War and created, produced and wrote for the Crime Doctor radio program, which became the basis for a series of 10 Crime Doctor films.
- Are You My Wife? with Roy Atwell
- The House of Glass (1915)
- Cheating Cheaters (play) (1916) (adapted to film multiple times)
- Eyes of Youth (1917)
- The Woman in Room 13 (1919)
- Three Live Ghosts (1920) (producer only)
- Give and Take (1923) (producer only; written by Aaron Hoffman)
- Silence (1924)
- Badges (1924)
- Here Comes the Bride (1919)
- Eyes of Youth (1919)
- Three Live Ghosts (1922)
- The Love of Sunya (1927), based on Marcin's play The Eyes of Youth
- City Streets (1931)
- Gambling Ship (1933)
- Crime Doctor (1943)
- Just Before Dawn (1946)
- "Max Marcin". Internet Broadway Database. Archived from the original on 20 August 2014. Retrieved 20 January 2015.
- "Max Marcin" (PDF). Broadcasting. 5 April 1948. Retrieved 22 November 2014.
- Wilt, David (1991). Hardboiled in Hollywood. Bowling Green State University Popular Press. ISBN 0-87972-525-7. P. 77.
- (1 April 1948). Max Marcin Dead; Wrote Mysteries, The New York Times
- Works by Max Marcin at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about Max Marcin at Internet Archive
- Max Marcin at the Internet Broadway Database
- Max Marcin on IMDb
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