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Peter Bryan (1919–1972)

Trivia:

Camera operator on early Hammer horror films who became a freelance producer and screenwriter from 1952. Brother of the noted art director John Bryan.

Died:

(age 52) in Surrey, England, UK

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 1952 Holiday Week (camera operator)
 1952 Stolen Face (camera operator)
 1952 Dead on Course (camera operator)
 1952 Whispering Smith Investigates (camera operator)
 1952 Death of an Angel (camera operator)
 1951 Black Widow (camera operator)
 1951 A Case for PC 49 (camera operator)
 1951 Cloudburst (camera operator)
 1951 To Have and to Hold (camera operator)
 1950 The Lady Craved Excitement (camera operator)
 1950 What the Butler Saw (camera operator)
 1950 Room to Let (camera operator)
 1950 Someone at the Door (camera operator)
 1949 Blue Scar (camera operator)
 1949 The Man in Black (camera operator)
 1949 Meet Simon Cherry (camera operator)
 1949 Celia (camera operator)
 1948 The Flamingo Affair (camera operator)
 1947 Take My Life (second camera operator - uncredited)
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Trivia:

Camera operator on early Hammer horror films who became a freelance producer and screenwriter from 1952. Brother of the noted art director John Bryan.

Star Sign:

Libra

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