Clarence Brown
Film director
Clarence Brown
Clarence Brown was an American film director.
Biography
Clarence Brown's personal information overview.
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JICS participates in UT's “Computational Science Kickoff” - UT Daily Beacon
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University of Tennessee faculty and staff can save even more off the already discounted individual ticket prices by purchasing a Clarence Brown Theatre six-show package for only $70. The Clarence Brown Theatre currently offers half-price single tickets
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Tigers face Houston-Kashmere Rams in season opener - Sealy News
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Once this happens the veteran secondary, led by Kris Brown, Ricky Seals-Jones, and Clarence Brown at the safety positions, along with Larry Jones and Quincy Harris on the corners, should be able to pick off passes thrown by a quarterback under pressure
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Bartow County's New One-Armed Commissioner - Patch.com
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Bartow County's next commissioner will be forced to wear current Commissioner Clarence Brown's shoes for the first two terms. Quite a lot going on locally on the political front in recent days, so stay with me and I'll try to explain this one and some
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Celebrating Tennessee Williams' Centennial Year - Minuteman News Center
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He has also staged productions at the Wilma Theater, Clarence Brown Theatre Company, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, 78th Street Theatre Lab, Prospect Theater Company and Kitchen Dog Theater, among others. He is a founding artistic director of The
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11 Bartow Projects Make Preliminary T-SPLOST List - Patch.com
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The Northwest Georgia Regional Transportation Roundtable, which includes Bartow County Commissioner Clarence Brown and Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini, was tasked with approving an investment list of projects
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School aims to take business back to basic biblical principles - Buffalo News
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Clarence Brown sees the Joseph Business School as part of a discernment process for a business he wants to start in Buffalo. "I don't have a business now, but I'm in the process of starting a business," Brown said. "I believe the Joseph Business School
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Commissioner Approves Senior Living Facility - Patch.com
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Clarence Brown approved rezoning for the proposed development at Burnt Hickory Road and Cline Drive without the condition recommended by the Planning Commission. By Brande Poulnot At today's public meeting, Bartow County Commissioner Clarence Brown
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Commissioner, Mayor to Ride Camels? - Patch.com
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In an effort to raise money for cancer research, Clarence Brown and Matt Santini have agreed to ride camels through downtown Cartersville if they reach their goal. Teaming up to raise cancer awareness and money for Relay for Life, Bartow County
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The News Behind the News - Patch.com
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That's an important piece of news since there are more than a half dozen others, and possibly more, known to be interested in replacing retiring Commissioner Clarence Brown. There are also several folks interested in Battles' House seat, especially if
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Former N.C. State star Chucky Brown back in Leland for father, alma mater - StarNewsOnline.com
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The former NBA player and North Brunswick High School star made a late arrival Friday due to travel delays, but there was still enough time to speak with campers on the last day of the Clarence Brown North Brunswick Basketball Camp and shoot around
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Local gospel artists launch ministries - NeighborNewspapers.com
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The Clarence Brown Conference Center will serve as the launching pad for two local gospel artists who are looking to take their music and the community to a higher level. Impact 2011, which will be held Aug
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New UT plan saves theater, reins in growth - Knoxville News Sentinel
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The Clarence Brown Theatre, at the University of Tennessee, which was targeted for demolition because of its age and structural deficiencies, will instead be renovated and expanded. Subcontractors Dave Parton, left,
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Juneteenth: Celebration about more than food and games, volunteers say - ReporterNews.com
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Victor Cristales/Reporter-News Lorenzo Ysa (right) and Clarence Brown unload buns from the back of a truck to prepare for lunch service at the Juneteenth celebration at Stevenson Park in Abilene on Saturday. Sharon Gregory (right) plays
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Joseph Losey's Dark Hall of Extramarital Mirrors - New York Times
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Clark Gable is a pilot in “Night Flight” (1933), Clarence Brown's adaptation of an Antoine de Saint-Exupéry novel. As a director Joseph Losey wasn't known for his scintillating sense of humor and light touch. In both America and Britain,
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Silent version of 'Last of the Mohicans' at Tennessee Theatre - Oak Ridger
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By Staff reports At 3 pm Sunday, the silent movie golden era of the 1920s will return to the big screen at the Historic Tennessee Theatre in Knoxville with the Clarence Brown-directed movie, "Last of the Mohicans." Released in 1920, the movie will be
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Clarence Brown Theatre to host summer acting workshop - Tennessee Journalist
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With a goal of giving practical training to aspiring actors, The Clarence Brown Theatre will hold the first session of its 2011 Acting Workshop from June 20 through July 1 at the Ula Love Doughty Carousel Theatre
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Clarence Brown
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1987
    Age 96
    Brown died from kidney failure on August 17, 1987, at the age of 97.
    More Details Hide Details He is interred at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California.
  • 1960
    Age 69
    On February 8, 1960, Brown received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 1752 Vine Street, for his contributions to the motion pictures industry
    More Details Hide Details NOTE: In 1929/1930, Brown received one Academy Award nomination for two films. According to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, "As allowed by the award rules for this year, a single nomination could honor work in one or more films."
  • 1957
    Age 66
    In 1957, Brown was awarded The George Eastman Award, given by George Eastman House for distinguished contribution to the art of film.
    More Details Hide Details Brown retired a wealthy man due to his real estate investments, but refused to watch new movies, as he feared they might cause him to restart his career. The Clarence Brown Theater, on the campus of the University of Tennessee, is named in his honor. He is tied with Robert Altman and Alfred Hitchcock for the most Academy Award nominations for best director without a single win.
  • FIFTIES
  • 1949
    Age 58
    Brown himself received six Academy Award nominations and in 1949, he won the British Academy Award for the film version of William Faulkner's Intruder in the Dust.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1935
    Age 44
    He was nominated five times (see below) for the Academy Award as a director and once as a producer, but he never received an Oscar. However, he won Best Foreign Film for Anna Karenina, starring Garbo at the 1935 Venice International Film Festival.
    More Details Hide Details Brown's films gained a total of 38 Academy Award nominations and earned nine Oscars.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1924
    Age 33
    Brown moved to Universal in 1924, and then to MGM, where he stayed until the mid-1950s.
    More Details Hide Details At MGM he was one of the main directors of their female stars; he directed Joan Crawford six times and Greta Garbo seven.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1913
    Age 22
    He later abandoned the car dealership after developing an interest in motion pictures around 1913.
    More Details Hide Details He was hired by the Peerless Studio at Fort Lee, New Jersey, and became an assistant to the French-born director Maurice Tourneur. After serving in World War I, Brown was given his first co-directing credit (with Tourneur) for The Great Redeemer (1920). Later that year, he directed a major portion of The Last of the Mohicans after Tourneur was injured in a fall.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1890
    Born
    Born on May 10, 1890.
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