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Edward L. Alperson Net Worth

Edward L. Alperson Net Worth is
$15 Million

Edward L. Alperson Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Edward R. Alperson was an ambitious 39-year old manager of a film exchange when he decided to organize a new studio he called Grand National in 1936. The company headquartered in New York City with the First Division Picture Exchange as it's distribution arm and received a tremendous boost when Warner Brothers' prime star, James Cagney, walked ...
Source
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthNovember 13, 1895
Place Of BirthOmaha, Nebraska, USA
ProfessionMiscellaneous Crew, Producer, Writer
Star SignScorpio
#Fact
1Alperson's Grand National had 29 film exchanges in the U.S. and 6 in Canada. These exchanges were territorial and serviced independent theaters operating, literally, on a film per flat fee basis and then exchanged for another one. During the 1930's an independent theater might completely change their bills 3 times weekly and would typically screen films from other B-movie studios (Monogram, Republic, Chesterfield, Educational, Mascot, Big 4, Puritan, etc.) that would often include re-releases and a short subject. Film exchanges would purchase a film's distribution rights for a determinate period, pay for and repair prints and distribute promotional material. Since an exchange would almost always make money, even on flops, it was more consistently lucrative than independent film production.

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
I Mobster1958presenter
The Restless Breed1957presenter
Mohawk1956presenter
The Magnificent Matador1955presenter
New Faces1954presenter
Invaders from Mars1953presenter
Rose of Cimarron1952presenter
The Sword of Monte Cristo1951presenter
Dakota Lil1950presenter
Exile Express1939presenter
King of the Sierras1938presenter
Cipher Bureau1938presenter
Frontier Scout1938presenter
Six-Shootin' Sheriff1938presenter
International Crime1938presenter
Frontier Town1938presenter
Swing It, Sailor!1938presenter
Mr. Boggs Steps Out1938presenter
Here's Flash Casey1938presenter
Wallaby Jim of the Islands1937presenter
Tex Rides with the Boy Scouts1937presenter
The Shadow Strikes1937presenter
Love Takes Flight1937presenter
Something to Sing About1937presenter
Renfrew of the Royal Mounted1937presenter
Small Town Boy1937presenter
Trailin' Trouble1937presenter
The Mystery of the Hooded Horsemen1937presenter - as Edward A. Alperson
Boots of Destiny1937presenter
Riders of the Rockies1937presenter
Sweetheart of the Navy1937presenter
Bank Alarm1937presenter
Sing, Cowboy, Sing1937presenter
Killers of the Sea1937Documentary presenter
The Gold Racket1937presenter
Hittin' the Trail1937presenter
Girl Loves Boy1937presenter
Navy Spy1937presenter
Trouble in Texas1937presenter
Arizona Days1937presenter
We're in the Legion Now1936presenter
Hats Off1936presenter
Great Guy1936presenter
Song of the Gringo1936presenter
Yellow Cargo1936presenter
White Legion1936presenter
The Devil on Horseback1936presenter
In His Steps1936presenter
Juggernaut1936presenter
Captain Calamity1936presenter

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Irma la Douce1963producer
Sekai daisensô1961executive producer - English version
The Human Vapor1960executive producer / producer - US version
September Storm1960producer
I Mobster1958executive producer
Courage of Black Beauty1957producer
The Restless Breed1957producer - uncredited
Mohawk1956producer - uncredited
The Magnificent Matador1955producer - uncredited
New Faces1954producer
Invaders from Mars1953producer
Three for Bedroom C1952producer
Rose of Cimarron1952producer
The Sword of Monte Cristo1951producer
Dakota Lil1950executive producer - uncredited
Belle Starr's Daughter1948producer
The Tender Years1948producer
Black Beauty1946producer
Juggernaut1936executive producer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Sword of Monte Cristo1951idea - uncredited

Known for movies


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