George W. Weeks

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George W. Weeks
BornMarch 21, 1885
DiedNovember 16, 1953
OccupationProducer
Years active1929–1943 (film)

George W. Weeks (1885–1953) was an American film producer. During the early 1930s he was involved with Sono Art Pictures and Mayfair Pictures. [1] [2] In the 1940s he released his films, including the Range Busters series featuring Ray "Crash" Corrigan, through Monogram Pictures .

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References

  1. Pitts p.239
  2. Hollywood Goes Latin p.67

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