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Norman Hartnell (1901–1979)

Norman Hartnell was born on June 12, 1901 in London, England. He is known for his work on Maytime in Mayfair (1949), Non-Stop New York (1937) and Ships with Wings (1941). He died on June 7, 1979 in Windsor, Berkshire, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Maytime in Mayfair
Maytime in Mayfair Costume Designer
Non-Stop New York
Non-Stop New York Costume Designer
Ships with Wings
Ships with Wings Costume Designer
Sailing Along
Sailing Along Costume Designer


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 1958 Women in Love (TV Movie)
 1953 Englands grosser Tag I + II (TV Movie documentary) (for the Queen)
 1949 Maytime in Mayfair (as Hartnell)
 1943 Adventure for Two (uncredited)
 1943 The Peterville Diamond (uncredited)
 1941 Ships with Wings (the dresses designed and executed by the following leading London Fashion Houses:)
 1938 Climbing High (dresses)
 1938 Sailing Along (dresses)
 1937 Non-Stop New York (dresses)
 1937 Girl in the Street (dresses)
 1936 Two's Company
 1935 Brewster's Millions (uncredited)
 1934 Along Came Sally (uncredited)
 1934 The Church Mouse (uncredited)
 1934 Alexandra (uncredited)
 1934 The Return of Bulldog Drummond (uncredited)
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Show Show Self (4 credits)

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Other Works:

He designed Bebe Daniels' gown in George Black's show, "Hee Haw! - George Black's Laughter Show," at the Holborn Empire Theatre in Holborn, London, England with Max Miller, Bebe Daniels & Ben Lyons, The Eight Haw-Haw Girls, The Three Musketeers, Len & Bill Loew, The Darmora Ballet, Vic & Joe Crastonian, Sonny Farrar, Gaston ... See more »

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Published his autobiography, "Silver and Gold" in 1955 and the book "Royal Courts of Fashion" in 1971. See more »

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