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Mark-Lee Kirk (Pittsburgh, 16 maggio 1895Los Angeles, 10 dicembre 1969) è stato uno scenografo statunitense.

Ha preso parte a oltre cinquanta film tra il 1936 ed il 1959, ricevendo tre volte (nel 1941, nel 1943 e nel 1945) la nomination agli Oscar per la migliore scenografia.


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