Lee Stanley

Lee Stanley

BornMay 23, 1943
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Lee Stanley is a director who was born on May 23, 1943. Lee Stanley's recent filmography includes the movies Transitions (2013) and Gridiron Gang (2006). Lee Stanley has a relatively small fanbase on Spotify with only a popularity score of 1 out of 100 as of 2018. Lee Stanley's most popular track on Spotify is "Sunshine Bright" from the album Retro Soul.

Lee Stanley Movies

TitleCreditYear
Transitions
Transitions
  • Director
2013
Gridiron Gang
Gridiron Gang
  • Producer
2006
Carman: The Champion
Carman: The Champion
  • Screenwriter
2001
Rehenes Equivocados
Rehenes Equivocados
  • Director
  • Screenwriter
2000
Ice Station Zebra
Ice Station Zebra
  • Lt. Mitgang
1968
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As of 2018, Lee Stanley has contributed to about 5 movies. Some of the most recent Lee Stanley movies include Transitions, Gridiron Gang, and Carman: The Champion. Transitions was released in 2013. Gridiron Gang was released in 2006. Carman: The Champion was released in 2001.

Lee Stanley Popular Songs

Popularity
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TrackPopularity
Retro Soul1
Sunshine Bright
Retro Soul
Retro Soul2
Did You Really
Retro Soul
Hip Hop Cuts3
Dirty City
Hip Hop Cuts
Rebel Tween4
Be My Girl
Rebel Tween
Sunshine Pop5
Reggae Shuffle
Sunshine Pop
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As of 2018, Lee Stanley has 0 followers and a popularity score of 1 on Spotify. Retro Soul and Hip Hop Cuts are some of the more popular Lee Stanley albums. Notable tracks from these albums include Sunshine Bright, Did You Really, and Dirty City. Sunshine Bright has a popularity score of 5 out of 100, making it the most popular track from Lee Stanley. Did You Really and Dirty City have popularity scores of 2 and 0, respectively. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.

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