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James Bernard (I) (1925–2001)

Bernard was born in India, the son of a British army officer, but was moved to England as a small child for his health. He was educated at Wellington College, where the future actor Christopher Lee was a classmate. Fortuitously, because Lee was to star in scores of horror films for Hammer Studios, for which James Bernard wrote the scores. Bernard's... See full bio »

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in India

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(age 75) in London, England, UK

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(1950)
Nosferatu Composer
(1922)
(1962)

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Paul Dehn and his adaptation of the ballad opera, "Virtue in Danger," was performed in an Oregon Shakespeare Festival production at the Varsity Theatre in Ashland, Oregon. Angus Bowmer was producing director. The ballad opera was based on John Van Brugh's play, "The Relapse." Carl Ritchie was director. W. Bernard Windt was ... See more »

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He collaborated with the film critic Paul Dehn on the original story for "Seven Days To Noon" (for which they won an Oscar) and composed music for stage revues and songs which Dehn was involved in writing. The two men lived together until Dehn's death in 1976. See more »

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