Phil Goldstone

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Phil Goldstone
BornFebruary 22, 1893
DiedJune 19, 1963 (aged 70)
Occupation(s)Producer, Director
Years active1921-1942 (film)

Phil Goldstone (1893–1963) was a Polish-born American film producer and director. He was also a real estate developer in Palm Springs. [1] Goldstone was involved with low-budget Poverty Row companies such as Majestic Pictures. [2]

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Selected filmography

Director

Producer

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  1. Pitts p.223
  2. Pitts p.223

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