John Brahm

Born Aug 17, 1893

John Brahm was a film and television director possibly best known today for directing a dozen of the original Twilight Zone episodes including the now classic "Time Enough at Last". His films include The Undying Monster (1942), The Lodger (1944), Hangover Square (1945), the film noir The Locket (1946) with Laraine Day, Robert Mitchum, and Brian Aherne, and the Secret Sharer segment of Face to Face.… Read More

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1893 Birth Born in 1893.


1919 26 Years Old With the rise of Hitler, he first moved to England where he directed film for a while, after working as a movie production supervisor, he got a chance to direct his first film, a remake of the D.W. Griffith's 1919 silent film, by the same name as Broken Blossoms in 1936, before moving to America in 1937. … Read More


1929 36 Years Old In his book, The American Cinema: Directors and Directions 1929–1968, American film historian and critic Andrew Sarris states that Brahm "hit his stride" in the 1930s with "mood drenched melodramas", suggesting that Brahm went into artistic decline after this period. … Read More


1954 61 Years Old …  He also directed the 3D horror film The Mad Magician 1954 with Vincent Price and Mary Murphy. … Read More
1982 89 Years Old Died in 1982.
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