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Jed Harris (I) (1900–1979)

Jed Harris was born on February 25, 1900 in Vienna, Austria-Hungary as Jakob Hirsch Horowitz. He was a producer and writer, known for Operation Mad Ball (1957), Night People (1954) and The Light Touch (1951). He was married to Beatrice Allen, Louise Platt and Green, Anita. He died on November 15, 1979 in New York, USA. See full bio »

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(age 79) in New York, USA

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 1957 Operation Mad Ball (producer)
 1956 Patterns (producer - uncredited)
 1950-1951 The Billy Rose Show (TV Series) (producer - 25 episodes)
- Yogi Your Way (1951) ... (producer)
- The Old Magician (1951) ... (producer)
- Farewell Appearance (1951) ... (producer)
- Julie the Jinx (1951) ... (producer)
- Duet for Two Actors (1951) ... (producer)
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 1957 Operation Mad Ball (screenplay)
 1954 Night People (story)
 1951 The Light Touch (story)
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 1940 His Girl Friday (as produced by)
 1931 The Front Page (from the play produced by)
 1929 Coquette (producer: stage play)
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 1950 The Billy Rose Show (TV Series)
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 1949 On Stage! (Documentary short)
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Stage Play: Spring Dance. Comedy. Written by Philip Barry. Based on the play by Eloise Barrangon and Eleanor Golden [final Broadway credit]. Directed by Jed Harris (I)'. Empire Theatre: 25 Aug 1936- Sep 1936 (closing date unknown/24 performances). Cast: Brooks Bowman (as "Buck Buchanan"), Marie Bruce (as "Miss Ritchie"), 'José Ferrer' (as ... See more »

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Children: a son, Jones, born 16 October 1929 (his mother was Ruth Gordon); and a daughter, Abigail, born 27 April 1941 (her mother was the Louise Platt, Harris' second wife). See more »

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