1931 Louis B. Mayer MGM Contract
1931 Louis B. Mayer signed Metro
Goldwyn Mayer Contract between
Director Nicholas Grinde and the studio.  
Nicholas Grinde was a "B" movie director
whose career lasted from the late 1920s
to the mid-'40s, but his heyday was the
mid to late 1930s.

Nick Grinde's career lasted from the late
1920s to the mid-'40s, but his heyday
was the mid to late 1930s. Grinde was
one of the journeyman directors (such as
Lesley Selander, George Sherman, Lew
Landers, etc.) who made the "B" pictures
that everybody enjoyed at a Saturday
matinée, but whose name no one
would recognize. While none of Grinde's
pictures were particularly memorable,
they encompassed all genres, from
horror to musicals to comedies and even
a western or two, but he was especially
adept at crime and action dramas--he
turned out a number of tight, fast-moving
little pictures of that type for Warner
Bros.
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