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Reginald Denham (I) (1894–1983)

Reginald Denham was born on January 10, 1894 in London, England as Reginald Harry Francis Denham. He was a writer and director, known for The Primrose Path (1934), Lights Out (1946) and Suspense (1949). He was married to Mary Orr, Lilian Oldland and Moyna MacGill. He died on February 4, 1983 in Englewood, New Jersey, USA. See full bio »

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(1934)
Lights Out Writer
(1950)
Suspense Writer
(1949-1952)
(1936)

Filmography

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 1971 Paradies der alten Damen (TV Movie) (original play)
 1969 The Mad Room (earlier screenplay) / (play "Ladies in Retirement")
 1962 Suspect (TV Movie) (play)
 1958 Suspect (TV Movie) (play)
 1958 Saturday Playhouse (TV Series) (play - 1 episode)
- Ladies in Retirement (1958) ... (play)
 1954-1957 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series) (play - 2 episodes)
- Dark Hammock (1957) ... (play)
- Ladies in Retirement (1954) ... (play)
 1956 Alfred Hitchcock Presents (TV Series) (adaptation - 1 episode)
- Help Wanted (1956) ... (adaptation)
 1956 Studio 57 (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- The Rarest Stamp (1956) ... (story)
 1955 Celebrity Playhouse (TV Series) (story - 1 episode)
- I Never Believed in Miracles (1955) ... (story)
 1954 The Motorola Television Hour (TV Series) (teleplay - 1 episode)
- A Dash of Bitters (1954) ... (teleplay)
  Mr. & Mrs. North (TV Series) (1 episode, 1953) (writer - 1 episode, 1952) (written by - 1 episode, 1952)
- Nosed Out (1952) ... (writer)
- A Good Buy (1952) ... (written by)
 1952 Broadway Television Theatre (TV Series) (play - 1 episode)
- Suspect (1952) ... (play)
 1952 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series) (written for television by - 1 episode)
- The Man They Acquitted (1952) ... (written for television by)
  Suspense (TV Series) (teleplay - 4 episodes, 1949 - 1952) (adapted for television by - 3 episodes, 1949 - 1950) (written by - 2 episodes, 1950 - 1952)
- The Red Signal (1952) ... (written by)
- The Spider (1952) ... (teleplay)
- The Fifth Dummy (1951) ... (teleplay)
- The Mallet (1950) ... (written by)
- The Suicide Club (1950) ... (adapted for television by)
 1951 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series) (play - 1 episode)
- Ladies in Retirement (1951) ... (play)
 1947-1950 Kraft Theatre (TV Series) (story - 2 episodes)
- Ladies in Retirement (1950) ... (story)
- Ladies in Retirement (1947) ... (story)
 1950 Lights Out (TV Series) (written by - 1 episode)
- The Invisible Staircase (1950) ... (written by)
 1948-1949 The Philco Television Playhouse (TV Series) (play - 2 episodes)
- Dark Hammock (1949) ... (play)
- Suspect (1948) ... (play)
 1948 Ladies in Retirement (TV Movie) (play)
 1948 Wallflower (play)
 1946 Suspect (TV Movie)
 1941 Ladies in Retirement (play) / (screenplay)
 1939 Suspect (TV Movie)
 1939 Design for Murder (play 'The last straw')
 1936 Calling the Tune (uncredited)
 1936 The Crimson Circle (scenario)
 1932 Ebb Tide
 1932 El hombre que asesin√≥ (adaptation)
 1931 Stamboul
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: Dark Hammock. Melodrama. See more »

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Acted on stage for two seasons with Sir Frank Benson's Shakespearean Company prior to World War I. After wartime service, worked as theatrical director from 1922. Joined Oxford Players in October 1923, appearing in several plays by George Bernard Shaw. Broadway debut in 1929, staging "Rope's End", the first of many hits. Active as writer/director for the screen from the early 1930s and as ... See more »

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