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John Stafford (I) (1893–1967)


During the 1930's, he produced English-language versions of German films for RKO-Radio British. During the following decade, he worked as an independent producer in Italy and in Britain. See more trivia »


(age 74) in London, England, UK

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Known For

No Funny Business
Scandals of Paris
Across the Bridge
Where Is This Lady?


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 1958 Elephant Gun (producer)
 1957 Across the Bridge (producer)
 1956 Loser Takes All (producer)
 1954 La mano dello straniero (producer)
 1952 Outpost in Malaya (producer)
 1950 Her Panelled Door (producer)
 1949 The Golden Madonna (producer)
 1948 Call of the Blood (producer)
 1946 Teheran (producer)
 1944 Candlelight in Algeria (producer)
 1943 At Dawn We Die (executive producer)
 1942 Spitfire (producer - uncredited)
 1937 The Face Behind the Scar (producer)
 1937 Wife of General Ling (producer)
 1937 Wake Up Famous (producer)
 1936 Second Bureau (producer)
 1936 Wings Over Africa (producer)
 1936 The Avenging Hand (producer - uncredited)
 1936 Beloved Impostor (producer)
 1936 With Pleasure, Madame (producer)
 1935 Admirals All (producer)
 1935 The Crouching Beast (producer)
 1934 Spring in the Air (producer)
 1934 Scandals of Paris (producer)
 1934 Dick Turpin (producer - uncredited)
 1933 No Funny Business (producer)
 1932 Where Is This Lady? (producer)
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Show Show Writer (3 credits)

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