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Norman Z. McLeod

Norman Z. McLeod
Grayling, Michigan
Drapeau des États-Unis
Décès (à 65 ans)
Hollywood, Californie
Profession Réalisateur, scénariste

Norman Zenos McLeod, né le à Grayling, Michigan (États-Unis) et mort le à Hollywood (Californie), est un réalisateur et scénariste américain.


McLeod a commencé sa carrière comme animateur, et se forme au sein de la Christie Film Company. Après la guerre, il est l'assistant de William Wellman pour le film Les Ailes. Sa première réalisation est Taking a Chance. Il produit ses meilleurs films avec la Paramount dans les années 1930.


Comme réalisateur

Comme scénariste

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Norman Z. McLeod
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