The David L. Loew papers span the years 1937-1986 and encompass approximately 10 linear feet. The
collection contains production files and the professional papers of Loew, including correspondence,
agreements, and contracts with Loew-Lewin, Inc., Lester Cowan Productions, United Artists Corporation,
and World Artists, Inc.
David L. Loew was an American film producer and one of two twin sons of Marcus Loew, founder of the
theatrical enterprises, Loew's, Inc. His brother, Arthur M. Loew Sr., was president of Loew's. In 1922,
David Loew was elected to the board of Loew's, but resigned as vice president in 1935 to concentrate on
his independent production career. Loew's producing credits include THE MOON AND SIXPENCE (1942) and
NIGHT IN CASABLANCA (1946).
10 linear feet of papers.
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