Clemence Dane

Author - Great Britain
Borndate unknown in Blackheath

The day of birth of Clemence Dane is not on record. She was born in Blackheath. She is an English Author, known for Anna Karenina (1935), Perfect Strangers (1945), Fire over England (1937), Clemence Dane's first movie on record is from 1932. Her last motion picture on file dates from 1945.

Clemence Dane Filmography [Auszug]
1945: [] Perfect Strangers (Vacation from Marriage) (Based on ), Directed by Alexander Korda, with Roland Culver, Robert Donat, Glynis Johns,
1938: [10.18] Sidewalks of London (Scenario), Directed by Tim Whelan, with Charles Laughton, Vivien Leigh, Rex Harrison,
1937: [01.08] Fire over England (Scenario), Directed by William K. Howard, with Flora Robson, Raymond Massey, Leslie Banks,
1935: [08.30] Anna Karenina (Scenario), Directed by Clarence Brown, with Greta Garbo, Fredric March, Freddie Bartholomew,
1932: [09.30] A Bill of Divorcement (Based on : play), Directed by George Cukor, with John Barrymore, Billie Burke, David Manners,

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