Robert North was a prolific producer whose career was comprised of bringing many Hollywood productions to life with his talents. Working in the film industry, North earned a production credit on "Broadway Babies" (1929), "A Notorious Affair" (1930) and "Showgirl in Hollywood" (1930) with Alice White. He also appeared in the drama "The Dawn Patrol" (1930) with Richard Barthelmess and "Mills of the Gods" (1935). North continued to focus on film through the thirties and the seventies, producing movies like "Party Wire" (1935), "The Black Room" (1935) and "Devil's Squadron" (1936). In addition to producing, North also appeared on-screen in the drama "The Green Years" (1946) with Charles Coburn. North was most recently credited in the action picture "Barbarian Queen II: The Empress Strikes Back" (1992) with Lana Clarkson. North passed away in August 1976 at the age of 92.