Martin Rackin

 

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Martin Rackin is a writer, producer and film worker. He was born in New York City on 31 July 1918. He is known for The Horse Soldiers (1961), North to Alaska (1960), The Enforcer (1951), Distant Drums (1951) and Three Secrets (1950).

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Martin Rackin

Born 1918-07-31 (103 years ago) in New York City.

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Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
Writers Guild of America Award for Best Written Comedy (North to Alaska) Writers Guild of America Awards 1960 1961 North to Alaska

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Martin Rackin was an American writer and producer who was briefly head of production at Paramount Pictures from 1960-64. In the late 1950s he wrote and produced a series of films with Alan Ladd.

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