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Ian Hay (I) (1876–1952)


Remembered for his book "The First Hundred Thousand", a collection of humorous sketches of military life in the early days of World War I. See more trivia »

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 1963 Sikke'n familie (play)
 1958 The Sign of Zorro (screenplay - uncredited)
 1958 Girls at Sea (play)
 1958 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series) (play - 1 episode)
- The Frog (1958) ... (play)
 1957 The Ship Was Loaded (based on the stage play "Off the Record")
 1954 Orders Are Orders (play)
 1940 Tilly of Bloomsbury (play)
 1940 The Middle Watch (play)
 1939 Little Ladyship (TV Movie) (English version - English version)
 1938 Nobody Home (writer)
 1938 Housemaster (novel "The Housemaster" - uncredited) / (play "Bachelor Born")
 1937 A Damsel in Distress (play - uncredited)
 1937 Troopship
 1937 The Frog (adaptation)
 1936 Sabotage (dialogue)
 1936 The Man Behind the Mask (dialogue)
 1936 Keep Your Seats, Please (uncredited)
 1936 Secret Agent (dialogue)
 1935 The Widow from Monte Carlo (play "A Present from Margate")
 1935 All at Sea (play "Mr. Faintheart")
 1935 Admirals All (play) / (script)
 1935 The 39 Steps (dialogue)
 1934 Orders Is Orders (play)
 1933 I Was a Spy (writer)
 1933 Leave It to Me (play "Leave It To Psmith")
 1932 Midshipmaid Gob (play)
 1931 Tilly of Bloomsbury (play)
 1931 The Sport of Kings (play)
 1930 The Middle Watch (dialogue) / (play)
 1928 Tommy Atkins (writer)
 1926 The Sporting Lover (play "Good Luck")
 1925 The Happy Ending (play)
 1919 The Common Cause (play "Getting Together")
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Stage: Wrote (w/Stephen King-Hall) "The Middle Watch", performed at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre in Pitlochry, Perthshire, Scotland, with Christopher Saul, Sarah Stephenson, Donald MacIver, Ian Lindsay, Sheila Brownrigg, Robert Aldous and Alec Heggie in the cast. Christopher Denys was the director. See more »

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Awarded the Silver Cross for bravery in action during the First World War. See more »

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