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Leighton Brill (I) (1893–1977)

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(1944)
(1942)
(1945)
Show Boat Additional Crew
(1936)

Filmography

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 1945 A Song for Miss Julie (adaptation - as Leighton K. Brill)
 1944 Black Arrow (original screenplay)
 1944 The Desert Hawk (original screenplay)
 1942 The Secret Code (original screenplay)
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 1945 A Song for Miss Julie (assistant to producer)
 1936 Show Boat (dialogue director - uncredited) / (technical director)
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 1949 Let There Be Stars (TV Series) (producer - 1 episode)
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Other Works:

Brill was technical director on two of Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II's stage musicals as well--the original 1929 Broadway production of "Sweet Adeline", and the 1946 Broadway revival of "Show Boat", on which his official credit title was "Assistant to Oscar Hammerstein".

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Leighton K. Brill
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