Before that, Stevens went from radio to the movies in the early forties: Passage to Marseille (Michael Curtiz); Objective Burma (Raoul Walsh); Within These Walls (Bruce Humber- stone); Pride of the Marines (Delmer Daves); / Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now (Lloyd Bacon); The Street with No Name (William Keighley); The Snake Pit (Anatole Litvak); Sand (Louis King); Oh, You Beautiful Doll (John M. Stahl); Dancing in the Dark (Irving Reis); Reunion in Reno (Kurt Neumann); Little Egypt (Frederick de Cordova); Mutiny (Edward Dmytryk); Toiycdo Alley (Lew Landers); Jack Slade (Harold Schuster); Gunsmoke in Tucson (Thomas Carr); September Storm (Bvron Haskin); Fate Is the Hunter (64, Ralph Nelson).
From 1954-56, he was producer, director, and star of the TV series Big Town, in which he was a newspaper editor.
- The Snake Pit
- The Snake Pit: Olivia de Havilland, Mark Stevens, Leo Genn, Celeste Holm, Glenn Langan, Helen Craig, Leif Erickson, Beulah Bondi, Lee Patrick, Howard Freeman, Natalie Schafer, Ruth Donnelly, Anatole Litvak, Darryl F.
- Cry Vengeance
- Cry Vengeance: Mark Stevens, Martha Hyer, Skip Homeier, Joan Vohs, Douglas Kennedy, Warren Douglas, George Bricker: Movies & TV
- Pride of the Marines
- Pride of the Marines: Eleanor Parker, John Garfield, Rosemary Decamp, Delmer Daves: Movies & TV
- Between Midnight and Dawn ( Between Midnight & Dawn ) [ NON-USA FORMAT, PAL, Reg.0 Import - Spain ] by Mark Stevens
- Find Between Midnight and Dawn ( Between Midnight & Dawn ) [ NON-USA FORMAT, PAL, Reg.
Born December 13, 1916
Died September 15, 1994