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Kelly Brown (I) (1928–1981)

Kelly Brown was born on September 24, 1928 in Jackson, Mississippi, USA. He was an actor, known for Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954), Oklahoma! (1955) and Daddy Long Legs (1955). He was married to Isabel Mirrow Brown. He died on March 13, 1981 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. See full bio »


(age 52) in Phoenix, Arizona, USA

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Oklahoma! Dancer
Daddy Long Legs
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 1960 Play of the Week (TV Series)
 1959 Meet Me in St. Louis (TV Movie)
Lon Smith
 1958 The Girl Most Likely
Sam Kelsey
 1957 Producers' Showcase (TV Series)
- Ruggles of Red Gap (1957) ... Dancer
 1955 Oklahoma!
 1952 Omnibus (TV Series)
Head Wrangler
- The Trial of Mr. Pickwick/Rodeo (1952) ... Head Wrangler
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 1960 Music for a Spring Night (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Mr. Porter of Indiana (1960) ... (performer: "Friendship")
 1958 The Girl Most Likely (performer: "Travelogue", "All the Colors of the Rainbow")
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 1960-1964 The Bell Telephone Hour (TV Series)
Himself - Dancer / Himself
- Episode #6.21 (1964) ... Himself
- Almanac for February (1961) ... Himself - Dancer
- The Unforgettable Music of Vincent Youmans (1960) ... Himself - Dancer
 1960 Music for a Spring Night (TV Series)
- Mr. Porter of Indiana (1960) ... Himself

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Brown's family served as the basis for the Oscar-nominated ballet drama The Turning Point (1977). See more »

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