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Robert Brownjohn (1925–1970)

Robert Brownjohn was born on August 8, 1925 in Newark, New Jersey, USA as Robert Emil Brownjohn. He is known for his work on Goldfinger (1964), From Russia with Love (1963) and The Night of the Generals (1967). He died on August 1, 1970 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 44) in London, England, UK

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Goldfinger Additional Crew
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The Night of the Generals Additional Crew
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 1967 The Night of the Generals (title sequence designer)
 1966 The Tortoise and the Hare (Short) (title designer)
 1966 Where the Spies Are (title designer)
 1965 Boxes for Eggs (Documentary short) (titles)
 1964 Goldfinger (titles designed by)
 1963 From Russia with Love (titles designed by)
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 1969 Otley
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 1963 A... Is for Apple (Short)

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I think the revolution in typography has been in terms of image. The picture and the word have become one thing. The only real advance... has been the use of type not as an adjunct to an illustration or the image but in its use as the image itself. (1959)


Famous for his opening credit design on two popular James Bond films, From Russia With Love and Goldfinger, he can be seen as Freddie Jones's tough bodyguard Paul in the movie Otley, which was a satire of the spy/espionage genre. See more »



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