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Louis Clark "Lou" Brock (born June 18, 1939) is an American former professional baseball player. He began his Major League Baseball career with the Chicago Cubs, but spent the majority of his career as the left fielder for the St. Louis Cardinals. Brock was best known for breaking Ty Cobb's all-time major league stolen base record. He is currently a special instructor coach for the St. Louis Cardinals. Brock was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1985. Wikipedia

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Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Merry Mirthquakes1953segment producer
Prisoners in Petticoats1950associate producer
Flame of Youth1949associate producer
Train to Alcatraz1948associate producer
Slippy McGee1948associate producer
Behind the Mask1946associate producer
The Shadow Returns1946associate producer
The Enchanted Forest1945associate producer
Girls' Town1942producer
A Panic in the Parlor1941Short producer
An Apple in His Eye1941Short producer
A Polo Phony1941Short producer
They Met in Argentina1941producer
It Happened All Night1941Short producer
When Wifie's Away1941Short producer
Mad About Moonshine1941Short producer
The Fired Man1941Short producer
Drafted in the Depot1940Short producer
Tattle Television1940Short producer
Bar Buckaroos1940Short producer
Trailer Tragedy1940Short producer
He Asked for It1940Short producer
Sunk by the Census1940Short producer
Bested by a Beard1940Short producer
Corralling a Schoolmarm1940Short associate producer
'Taint Legal1940Short producer
Mutiny in the County1940Short producer
Goodness! A Ghost1940Short producer
Scrappily Married1940Short producer
Blamed for a Blonde1939Short associate producer
Edgar & Goliath1937Short producer
Behind the Mike1937associate producer
Top of the Town1937associate producer
Swing It1936Short producer
How to Break 90 at Croquet1935Short producer
Down to Their Last Yacht1934producer
Contented Calves1934Short producer
Odor in the Court1934Short producer
Bachelor Bait1934associate producer
Derby Decade1934Short producer
Cockeyed Cavaliers1934associate producer
Love and Hisses1934Short producer
Trailing Along1934Short producer
Wrong Direction1934Short producer
Cracked Shots1934Short producer
Rough Necking1934Short producer
Old Maid's Mistake1934Short producer
Strictly Fresh Yeggs1934Short producer
The Undie-World1934Short producer
Autobuyography1934Short producer
Love on a Ladder1934Short producer
A Torch Tango1934Short producer
Bridal Bail1934Short producer
In the Devildog House1934Short producer
Grin and Bear It1933Short producer
Air Tonic1933Short producer
Flying Down to Rio1933associate producer
What Fur1933Short producer
A Preferred List1933Short producer
Snug in the Jug1933Short supervising producer
Flirting in the Park1933Short producer
So This Is Harris!1933Short producer
Quiet Please!1933Short producer
Kickin' the Crown Around1933Short supervising producer
She Outdone Him1933Short supervising producer - as Louis Brock
Stolen by Gypsies or Beer and Bicycles1933Short associate producer
The Gay Nighties1933Short supervising producer - as Louis Brock
Melody Cruise1933associate producer - as Louis Brock
Good Housewrecking1933Short supervising producer
The Druggist's Dilemma1933Short supervising producer - as Louis Brock
A Merchant of Menace1933Short supervising producer - as Louis Brock
Lost in Limehouse1933Short producer
Hokus Focus1933Short supervising producer
Art in the Raw1933Short supervising producer - as Louis Brock
Thru Thin and Thicket, or Who's Zoo in Africa1933Short supervising producer - as Louis Brock
Jitters the Butler1932Short supervising producer - as Louis Brock
Fish Feathers1932Short supervising producer
Sham Poo, the Magician1932Short supervising producer - as Louis Brock
The Millionaire Cat1932Short supervising producer
Parlor, Bedroom and Wrath1932Short supervising producer - as Louis Brock
Two Lips and Juleps; or, Southern Love and Northern Exposure1932Short producer
Swift Justice1932Short executive producer
Never the Twins Shall Meet1932Short producer - as Louis Brock
Sightseeing in New York1931Short producer
A Melon-Drama1931Short producer - as Louis Brock
Scratch-As-Catch-Can1931Short producer
False Roomers1931Short producer - as Louis Brock
A Clean-Up on the Curb1931Short producer
The Way of All Fish1931Short producer
On the Spot1931Short producer
The Golf Specialist1930Short producer - as Louis Brock
General Ginsberg1930Short producer - as Louis Brock
Gunboat Ginsberg1930Short producer - as Louis Brock

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Enchanted Forest1945adaptation / screenplay
Cutie on Duty1943Short story
They Met in Argentina1941story
Bandits and Ballads1939Short story and screenplay
The Wrong Room1939Short original screenplay
Cupid Rides the Range1939Short screenplay / story
Behind the Mike1937contributing writer - uncredited
Top of the Town1937story
Down to Their Last Yacht1934story
Flying Down to Rio1933based on an original story by

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Bandits and Ballads1939Short
The Wrong Room1939Short
Cupid Rides the Range1939Short
Moving Vanities1939Short as Louis Brock
Ranch House Romeo1939Short
Major Difficulties1938Short
She Went for a Tramp1931Short

Assistant Director

Assistant Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Down to Their Last Yacht1934second unit director - uncredited
Flying Down to Rio1933director: additional scenes - uncredited

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Down to Their Last Yacht1934supervisor: retakes - uncredited

Won awards

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1934OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, ComedySo This Is Harris! (1933)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1934OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Short Subject, ComedyA Preferred List (1933)


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#Fact
1Daughter: Constance (with Helen Starr)
2Child: Jeremy
3Although he was at one time a highly paid executive at RKO Pictures (he was the producer who brought Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers together, and was later in charge of RKO's short-subjects department) and worked as a producer for many other Hollywood studios, at the time of his death in 1971 his job was a night clerk in a Hollywood hotel.


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