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George M Merrick

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Nationality  US
Known for  work with Frank Buck
Role  Writer
Occupation  director, producer
Name  George Merrick
Born  February 2, 1883Buffalo, New York
Died  December 16, 1964, Los Angeles, California, United States
Parents  Mary Merrick, Michael Merrick
Movies  The Revenge of Tarzan, A Yank in Libya, Miss V from Moscow, The White Gorilla, Rough Riding Ranger
Similar People  Elmer Clifton, Rex Lease, George Chesebro, Spencer Gordon Bennet, George Rosener

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George Martin Merrick (born February 2, 1883 in Buffalo, New York, USA; died December 16, 1964 (age 81) in Los Angeles, California, USA) was a writer of the Frank Buck serial Jungle Menace.

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Early life

George Merrick was the son of Michael Merrick, a French-born laborer (in the 1900 US census), and Mary Merrick, a Canadian immigrant.

Career

Merrick wrote, directed and produced many movies, among them:

  • The Revenge of Tarzan (1920) co-director
  • Rough Riding Ranger (1935) producer, writer
  • Custer's Last Stand (1936) serial; editor
  • The Mysterious Pilot (1937) serial; writer
  • The Secret of Treasure Island (1938) serial; producer, writer
  • City of Missing Girls (1941) producer
  • Miss V from Moscow (1942) producer
  • A Yank in Libya (1942) producer
  • The Dawn Express (1942) producer
  • Submarine Base (1943) writer
  • Shake Hands with Murder (1944)
  • The White Gorilla (1945) producer
  • Work with Frank Buck

    In 1937, Merrick was a writer of the Frank Buck serial Jungle Menace, and film editor of Buck's 1944 movie Tiger Fangs.

    References

    George M. Merrick Wikipedia