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James Cresson (1934–2004)

James Cresson was born on November 25, 1934 in Seminole, Oklahoma, USA as James Robert Creson. He was a producer and writer, known for The Morning After (1986), The Boston Strangler (1968) and The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969). He was married to Michael Markgraf. He died on February 29, 2004 in SSavannah, Georgia, USA. See full bio »
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Known For

The Morning After
(1986)
The Boston Strangler
(1968)
Defenseless
Defenseless Writer
(1991)

Filmography

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 1974 The Abdication (producer)
 1974 Mame (producer)
 1972 Travels with My Aunt (producer)
 1970 Myra Breckinridge (associate producer)
 1969 The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (co-producer)
 1968 The Boston Strangler (associate producer)
 1964 The Strangler (producer - uncredited)
Hide Hide Show Show Writer (3 credits)
 1991 Defenseless (screenplay - as James Hicks) / (story - as James Hicks)
 1989 Chattahoochee (written by - as James Hicks)
 1986 The Morning After (written by - as James Hicks)
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 1963 Greenwich Village Story
George
 1962 Hawaiian Eye (TV Series)
Denny Burke / Arnold Gwynne Weston III
- Cricket's Millionaire (1962) ... Denny Burke / Arnold Gwynne Weston III
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 2002 Chicago (acknowledgment: produced on the stage by)

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Other Works:

On the Twentieth Century (1978). Musical comedy. See more »

Alternate Names:

James Robert Creson | James Hicks

Height:

6' 2" (1.88 m)
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