Max Rée was born on October 97, 1889 in Kopenhagen. He was an American Kostümbildner, known for The temptress (1926), The scarlet letter (1926), The Stolen Bride (1927), Max Rée's first movie on record is from 1924. Max Rée died on March 7, 1953 in Los Angeles, California, USA. His last motion picture on file dates from 1931.
Max Rée Filmography [Auszug]
1931: [09.12] Smart Woman (Costume Design), Directed by Gregory La Cava, with Mary Astor, Robert Ames, John Halliday,
1929:  Synthetic Sin (Costume Design), Directed by William A. Seiter, with Colleen Moore, Antonio Moreno, Edythe Chapman,
1928: [09.23] Show Girl (Costume Design), Directed by Alfred Santell, with Alice White, Donald Reed, Lee Moran,
1928: [09.16] The Whip (Costume Design), Directed by Charles Brabin, with Dorothy Mackaill, Ralph Forbes, Anna Q. Nilsson,
1927: [12.18] The Love Mart (Costume Design), Directed by George Fitzmaurice, with Billie Dove, Gilbert Roland, ,
1927: [08.10] The Stolen Bride (Costume Design), Directed by Alexander Korda, with Billie Dove, Lloyd Hughes, Armand Kaliz,
1926: [10.03] The temptress (Costume Design), Directed by Fred Niblo, Mauritz Stiller, with Roy D'Arcy, Tom Dugan, Hector V. Sarno,
1926: [/ /1] The scarlet letter (Costume Design), Directed by Victor Sjöström, with John Cowles, Joyce Coad, Marcelle Corday,
1926: [01.31] The Girl from Montmartre (Spanish Sunlight (Working title)) (Costume Design), Directed by Alfred E. Green, with Barbara La Marr, Lewis Stone, Robert Ellis,
1924: [03.31] The shooting of Dan McGrew (Costume Design), Directed by Clarence G. Badger, with Barbara La Marr, Lew Cody, Mae Busch,
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