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Clarence Brown

 

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Director / Producer
1890 - 1987
Born May 10, Clinton, Massachusetts, USA
Key Genres: Drama, Romance, Comedy  TSPDT Rating: 7
Key Collaborators: Cedric Gibbons (Production Designer), Herbert Stothart (Composer), William Daniels (Cinematographer), Robert J. Kern (Editor), Joan Crawford (Leading Player), Greta Garbo (Leading Player), Clark Gable (Leading Player), Hugh Wynn (Editor), Jack Baxley (Character Player), Irving Thalberg (Producer)
Highly Recommended: Intruder in the Dust (1949) 
Recommended: Come Live with Me (1941), National Velvet (1944) 
Worth a Look: The Last of the Mohicans (1920) [co-directed by Maurice Tourneur], The Eagle (1925), Flesh and the Devil (1926), Possessed (1931), Sadie McKee (1934), Anna Karenina (1935), The Human Comedy (1943), The Yearling (1946)
Approach with Caution: Anna Christie (1930), A Free Soul (1931), The Gorgeous Hussy (1936), Idiot's Delight (1939)
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