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1900 - 1990
The actor Maurice Braddell was active both at the theater and in the film business.
He began his film career at the end of the silent movie era and he took part in "A Window in Piccadilly" (28), "Dawn" (28), "Not Quite a Lady" (28), "Master and Man" (29) and "Quartier Latin" (29).
In the sound film era of the 30s he only appeared rarely in front of the camera, among others for "School for Scandal" (30), "Her Reputation" (31), "Men of Tomorrow" (32) and the H. G. Wells filming "Things to Come" (36).
After a long interruption he made his comeback in 1968 with "Flesh" (68), it followed "Women in Revolt" (71) - his last movie.
Besides the acting Maurice Braddell also practiced the profession of an art restorer in later years.
He also was busy as an author, especially in the 30s, and some plays
where shown on Broadway or were filmed.
Other movies from Maurice Braddell (Writer):