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Vernon Sylvaine

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Vernon Sylvaine
Born(1896-08-09)9 August 1896
Died22 November 1957(1957-11-22) (aged 61)
Sussex, United Kingdom
Other namesWilliam Vernon Scotchburn
OccupationWriter

Vernon Sylvaine (1896–1957) was a British playwright and screenwriter. He is known for writing several popular stage farces. He began working in film in 1937 when his stage hit Aren't Men Beasts! was turned into a film of the same title starring Robertson Hare and Alfred Drayton. Hare and Drayton starred in two further adaptations of his plays A Spot of Bother (1938) and Women Aren't Angels (1943). He adapted his own play for the 1943 comedy-thriller Warn That Man [1] starring Gordon Harker, Basil Radford and Judy Kelly. His 1948 play One Wild Oat was turned into a 1951 film of the same title.

He was the father of the actress June Sylvaine.

Selected filmography

Selected plays

References

  1. ^ Murphy p.309

Bibliography

  • Murphy, Robert. British Cinema and the Second World War. A&C Black, 2005.

External links


This page was last edited on 4 August 2020, at 04:35
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