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Maurice Braddell (1900–1990)

Maurice Braddell was born on November 23, 1900 in Ealing, London, England as Maurice Lee Braddell. He was an actor and writer, known for Things to Come (1936), Flesh (1968) and Love, Life & Laughter (1934). He died on July 28, 1990 in Ashford, Kent, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Things to Come
Things to Come Dr. Harding
Flesh The Artist
Love, Life & Laughter
Men of Tomorrow
Men of Tomorrow Allan Shepherd


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 1971 Women in Revolt
Candy's Father
 1968 Flesh
The Artist
 1936 Things to Come
Dr. Harding
 1932 Men of Tomorrow
Allan Shepherd
 1931 Her Reputation
Eric Sloane
 1930 School for Scandal
 1929 Quartier Latin
 1929 Master and Man
Dick Waring
 1928 Not Quite a Lady
Geoffrey Cassilis
 1928 Dawn
British Airman
 1928 A Window in Piccadilly
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 1969 Au théâtre ce soir (TV Series) (play - 1 episode)
- Baby Hamilton (1969) ... (play)
 1953 It's You I Want (TV Movie) (play)
 1940 Where's That Fire? (based on a story - uncredited)
 1936 It's You I Want (play)
 1934 Love, Life & Laughter (screenplay)
 1933 This Week of Grace (story)

Personal Details

Other Works:

It's You I Want (1935). Farce. Written by Maurice Braddell. Material adapted by George Bradshaw. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Directed by Forrest C. Haring and Joshua Logan. Cort Theatre: 5 Feb 1935- Feb 1935 (closing date unknown/15 performances). Cast: Helen Chandler (as "Anne Vernon"), J. Malcolm Dunn (as "Paul Entwhistle"... See more »

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Charterhouse and Oxford-educated and RADA-trained English actor, dancer, playwright, screenwriter and producer. Toured the U.S. with the acting company of Mrs. Patrick Campbell. Returned to England after failing to find employment in Hollywood. Noel Coward's understudy for the original production of "Private Lives" in the 1930's. Returned to America to live in New York after World War II, working... See more »

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