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Russ Brown (I) (1892–1964)

Russ Brown was born on May 30, 1892 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Russell Brown. He was an actor, known for Anatomy of a Murder (1959), South Pacific (1958) and Damn Yankees! (1958). He was married to Cornelia Rogers and Loretta Daye. He died on October 19, 1964 in Englewood, New Jersey, USA. See full bio »

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 1966 The Two of Us (TV Movie)
Captain Gibson
 1966 Vacation Playhouse (TV Series)
Captain Gibson
- The Two of Us (1966) ... Captain Gibson
 1963 The Dick Powell Theatre (TV Series)
- The Losers (1963) ... Isaiah
 1960-1962 The Law and Mr. Jones (TV Series)
Tom Jones / Thomas Jones
- Wilderness (1962) ... Tom Jones
- Indian War (1961) ... Thomas Jones
- Drivel (1960)
 1962 Advise & Consent
Night Watchman - Mike
 1959 It Happened to Jane
Uncle Otis
 1958 Damn Yankees!
Benny Van Buren
 1940 Millionaire Playboy
Mr. Bob Norman
 1938 Air Parade (Short)
Mr. Bricklebottle
 1937 Montague the Magnificent (Short)
Brill, movie diretor
 1937 Off the Horses (Short)
Race Track Tout (uncredited)
 1937 School for Swing (Short)
 1936 Strike! You're Out! (Short)
 1936 Boy, Oh Boy (Short)
 1935 Sweet Surrender
Jerry Burke
 1934 The Love Captive
Larry Chapman
 1934 Let's Talk It Over
 1934 Moulin Rouge
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Stage Play: Hollywood Pinafore. Musical comedy. Written by George S. Kaufman. Music by Sir Arthur Sullivan. Lighting and Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Choreographed by Douglas Coudy and Anthony Tudor. Production Supervisor: Arnold Saint Subber. Directed by George S. Kaufman. Alvin Theatre: 31 May 1945- 14 Jul 1945 (52 performances). Cast:... See more »


5' 11" (1.8 m)

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Awarded a Tony in 1956 for Supporting Actor in the musical, 'Damn Yankees.' See more »

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