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Hedley Briggs (1907–1968)

Hedley Briggs was born on March 29, 1907 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England as Hedley Gathorne-Briggs. He is known for his work on Blackout (1940), Job (1936) and The Raft (1937). He died on February 11, 1968 in Parkstone, Dorsetshire, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Blackout Miscellaneous Crew
Job Miscellaneous Crew
The Raft Harold Boris
Three Epic Dramas (2: Mettawamkeag)


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 1948 My Brother's Keeper
2nd Barber (uncredited)
 1947 Tobias and the Angel (TV Movie)
 1938 The Shoemaker's Holiday (TV Movie)
 1937 Three Epic Dramas (TV Movie) (2: Mettawamkeag)
 1937 Behind the Beyond (TV Movie)
Jack Harding
 1937 The Raft (TV Short)
Harold Boris
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 1940 Blackout (designer & executor: "White Negro" Cabaret)
 1936 Job (TV Short) (masks)
 1935 Dark World (dance director)

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He acted in William Congreve's play, "Love for Love," at the Faculty of Arts Theatre in London, England with Esmond Knight, Harold Young, Anthony Eustrel, Rodney Millington, George Benson, Tony Sympson, Betty Hardy, Charlotte Leigh, and Frances Clare in the cast. Norman Marshall was director. See more »

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Father: Joseph W. Gathorne-Briggs; Mother: Lucy Lane.

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