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Vernon Harris (1905–1999)

Vernon Harris was born on February 26, 1905 in Folkestone, England. He was a writer and actor, known for Oliver! (1968), Moonraker (1979) and The Spy Who Loved Me (1977). He died in February 1999 in Somerset, England. See full bio »

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(age 93) in Somerset, England, UK

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Known For

Oliver! Writer
(1968)
Moonraker Script and Continuity Department
(1979)
The Spy Who Loved Me Script and Continuity Department
(1977)

Filmography

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 1971 Friends (screenplay)
 1968 Oliver! (screenplay)
  The Magical World of Disney (TV Series) (1 episode, 1965) (writer - 1 episode, 1965)
- Almost Angels: Part 2 (1965) ... (writer)
 1962 Almost Angels (screenplay by)
 1962 Emergency (story - uncredited)
 1960 Skywatch (screenplay)
 1959 Ferry to Hong Kong (screenplay)
 1958 A Cry from the Streets (screen play)
 1958 Carve Her Name with Pride (screenplay)
 1957 Paradise Lagoon (screenplay)
 1956 Three Men in a Boat (adaptation) / (additional scenes) / (screenplay)
 1956 Reach for the Sky (additional scenes)
 1954 The Sea Shall Not Have Them (screenplay)
 1954 The Good Die Young (screenplay)
 1953 Break to Freedom (screenplay)
 1953 The Slasher (screenplay)
 1953 There Was a Young Lady (from an original story by)
 1952 The Hundred Hour Hunt (written by)
 1951 A Case for PC 49 (screenplay)
 1940 Band Waggon (written and devised by)
 1935 Play Up the Band (screen play)
 1935 Joy Ride (story)
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Frequent collaborator of Lewis Gilbert, who directed fourteen films which Harris worked on either as writer or as script editor. See more »

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Pisces

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