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Wynford Vaughan-Thomas (1908–1987)

Wynford Vaughan-Thomas was born on August 15, 1908 in Swansea, Pembrokeshire, Wales. He was a writer and actor, known for Anzio (1968), The Dragon Has Two Tongues: A History of the Welsh (1985) and Investiture of His Royal Highness Prince Charles as Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester (1969). He died on February 4, 1987. See full bio »


(age 78)

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 1985 The Dragon Has Two Tongues: A History of the Welsh (TV Mini-Series) (script - 13 episodes)
- The Death of Wales? (1985) ... (script - as Wynford Vaughan Thomas)
- Exodus (1985) ... (script - as Wynford Vaughan Thomas)
- How Red Was My Valley? (1985) ... (script - as Wynford Vaughan Thomas)
- From Riot to Respectability (1985) ... (script - as Wynford Vaughan Thomas)
- The Crucible (1985) ... (script - as Wynford Vaughan Thomas)
 1968 Anzio (book "Anzio")
 1966 Senghenydd: Portrait of a Mining Town (Documentary short)
 1963 Look at Life: Island Refuge (Documentary short) (script)
 1947 Ace of Clubs (Documentary short) (commentary written by)
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Other Works:

Novel: "Anzio" (filmed as Anzio (1968))

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Wynford Vaughan Thomas

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Welsh BBC broadcaster and author of books about the history and topography of Wales. A famous wartime correspondent, he was awarded an OBE.

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