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L. du Garde Peach (1890–1974)

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(age 84) in UK

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Chu Chin Chow
Chu Chin Chow Writer
(1934)
Man of Affairs
(1936)
The Crouching Beast
(1935)
Alexandra
Alexandra Writer
(1934)

Filmography

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 1956 The Mystery of the Mary Celeste (TV Movie) (play)
 1951 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- The River (1951) ... (writer)
 1949 The Six Wives of Calais (TV Short)
 1943 Get Cracking (story and screenplay - as L. Du Garde Peach)
 1942 The Great Mr. Handel (screenplay)
 1939 The Charcoal-Burner's Son (TV Movie)
 1937 Melody and Romance (as L. duGard Peach)
 1936 Man of Affairs (screenplay - as L. Du Garde Peach)
 1936 Forbidden Music (screen play)
 1936 The Man Who Lived Again (screenplay - as L. Du Garde Peach)
 1936 Hideout in the Alps (adapted from Neil Grant's play by - as L. Du Garde Peach)
 1936 Spy of Napoleon (adaptation - uncredited)
 1936 Doomed Cargo (adaptation - as DuGarde Peach)
 1935 It's a Bet (adaptation) / (dialogue)
 1935 Music Hath Charms (screenplay)
 1935 Transatlantic Tunnel (dialogue) / (scenario)
 1935 Turn of the Tide (adaptation)
 1935 Heart's Desire (as DuGarde Peach)
 1935 The Crouching Beast (screenplay)
 1934 Strike! (dialogue - as L. Du G. Peach)
 1934 Chu Chin Chow (screenplay)
 1934 Alexandra (dialogue) / (screenplay)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

His and Ian Hay's play, "The White Sheep of the Family," was performed at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Jack Hulbert and Joyce Carey in the cast.

Alternate Names:

DuGarde Peach | L. Du G. Peach | L. Du Garde Peach | L. duGard Peach

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