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Charles Bennett

Charles Bennett

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1899-08-02
Shoreham-by-Sea, England

Born just before the century turned, Charles Bennett made his writing debut as a child in 1911, fought in France during World War I while still a teen and resumed his acting career after the war's end. In 1926 he dropped acting to concentrate on being a playwright, later turning one of his most famous plays, "Blackmail," into a screenplay for production under the direction of Alfred Expand

Movies
(1961) Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
(1960) The Lost World
(1957) Night of the Demon
(1956) The Man Who Knew Too Much
(1953) No Escape
(1952) The Green Glove
(1950) Where Danger Lives
(1948) The Sign of the Ram
(1947) Unconquered
(1947) Ivy
(1943) Forever and a Day
(1940) Foreign Correspondent
(1938) The Young in Heart
(1937) Young and Innocent
(1936) Secret Agent
(1936) Sabotage
(1935) The 39 Steps
(1929) Blackmail
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