Arthur Gardner (born June 7th, 1910 in Marinette, Wisconsin) was an Film Producer who was best known for his work on the American TV western "The Rifleman". Arthur died on December 19, 2014 and his death was possibly because of an illness of some sort. He was an astounding 104 years old when he died.
"[on the making of All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)] He [Universal Pictures president Carl Laemmle] brought a man over from Germany who trained all of us in German military drills for two weeks on the back lot. That man was an early Nazi. I was a very happy-go-lucky kid, had a sense of humor--which thank God I still have--and played practical jokes. One day, I played one that he didn't appreciate and he lost his temper, and said, "Goldberg, you goddamn Jew, I warned you not to do that--you're fired". The man was an idiot. Lewis Milestone, the director, was Jewish. George Cukor, the dialogue director, was Jewish. They called him up and fired him on the spot and put me back on the picture. But from then on, I was not quite so playful." (IMDB)
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