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Anatole de Grunwald (1910–1967)

Anatole de Grunwald was seven years old when his father, a diplomat in the service of the Russian Czar, was forced to flee with his family to England during the Bolshevik Revolution. He grew up in England, began a career as a journalist there and entered the British film industry in 1939 as a screenwriter, then a producer. He was eventually ... See full bio »


(age 56) in London, England, UK

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Known For

'Pimpernel' Smith
The Winslow Boy
Spitfire Writer
Johnny in the Clouds


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 1976 BBC Play of the Month (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- French Without Tears (1976) ... (writer)
 1960 Frau Warrens Gewerbe (adaptation)
 1959 Libel (screenplay)
 1958 The Doctor's Dilemma (screenplay)
 1954 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series) (adaptation - 1 episode)
- Beau Brummell (1954) ... (adaptation)
 1952 The Holly and the Ivy (screenplay - as Anatole De Grunwald)
 1952 Twilight Women (screenplay)
 1952 Treasure Hunt
 1951 Flesh & Blood
 1949 The Gay Adventure (screenplay)
 1949 Now Barabbas (writer)
 1948 Bond Street (writer)
 1948 The Winslow Boy (screenplay)
 1945 Johnny in the Clouds (story)
 1944 Her Man Gilbey (written by)
 1943 Adventure for Two (as Anatole De Grunwald)
 1943 At Dawn We Die (screenplay)
 1942 Secret Mission (screenplay)
 1942 Spitfire (screenplay)
 1942 Unpublished Story (screenplay)
 1942 The Avengers (treatment and screenplay)
 1942 Courageous Mr. Penn (original story and screenplay)
 1941 Bombsight Stolen (screenplay - as A. de Grunwald)
 1941 Jeannie (screenplay)
 1941 'Pimpernel' Smith (scenario - as Anatole De Grunwald) / (screenplay - as Anatole De Grunwald)
 1941 Quiet Wedding
 1941 Major Barbara (uncredited)
 1941 A Voice in the Night (screenplay and dialogue - as A. de Grunwald)
 1940 Spy for a Day (screenplay collaboration)
 1939 Discoveries (writer)
 1938 Pygmalion (uncredited)
Show Show Producer (20 credits)
Show Show Self (1 credit)

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Alternate Names:

Anatole De Grunwald | A. de Grunwald

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Brother of producer Dimitri De Grunwald.



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