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George H. Brown (I) (1913–2001)

George H. Brown was born on July 24, 1913 in London, England as George Hambley Brown. He was a producer and writer, known for Hotel Sahara (1951), Tommy the Toreador (1959) and Murder at the Gallop (1963). He was married to Bettina Iris Mary Kohr and Maureen O'Hara. He died on January 3, 2001 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Hotel Sahara
Hotel Sahara Producer
Tommy the Toreador
Murder at the Gallop
Murder She Said
Murder She Said Producer


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 1974 Open Season (executive producer)
 1973 Penny Gold (producer)
 1972 Innocent Bystanders (producer)
 1972 All Coppers Are... (producer)
 1971/I In the Devil's Garden (producer)
 1971 Inn of the Frightened People (producer)
 1969 Hoverbug (producer)
 1969 Up in the Air (producer)
 1969 The Waiters (Short) (producer)
 1968 A Ghost of a Chance (producer)
 1966 Finders Keepers (producer)
 1966 Runaway Railway (producer)
 1966 The Trap (producer)
 1964 Go Kart Go (producer)
 1964 Guns at Batasi (producer)
 1963 Ladies Who Do (producer)
 1963 Murder at the Gallop (producer)
 1962 Kill or Cure (producer)
 1962 Village of Daughters (producer)
 1961 Murder She Said (producer)
 1961 Double Bunk (producer)
 1960 The Boy Who Stole a Million (producer)
 1959 Tommy the Toreador (producer)
 1958 Rooney (producer)
 1957 Dangerous Exile (producer)
 1956 Jacqueline (producer)
 1954 Land of Fury (producer)
 1953 Desperate Moment (producer)
 1952 Made in Heaven (producer)
 1951 Hotel Sahara (producer - as George Hambley Brown)
 1949 The Amazing Mr. Beecham (producer)
 1948 Sleeping Car to Trieste (producer)
 1948 Vice Versa (producer)
 1947 Fame Is the Spur (associate producer)
 1946 Secret Flight (producer)
 1941 49th Parallel (associate producer - uncredited)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

George Hambley Brown | George Brown

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He is credited with the fortuitous casting of Margaret Rutherford as the famous sleuth Miss Marple in "Murder She Said", which spawned three equally successful sequels. See more »

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