Person - Kimmins, Anthony (1901-1964)

Kimmins, Anthony (1901-1964)




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London (England, United Kingdom)  1901-11-10 - Inglaterra (Reino Unido)  1964-05-19


Anthony Kimmins was a British film directror, dramatist, scriptwriter, producer and actor.

He was a sodlier in the British Royal Navy during First World War. Later on, he became actor, dramatist, and film director and writer in 1930 of many movies for British comedian George Formby. When the Second World War started, he served again in the Royal Navy. Once the war was over, he came back to the show business but his production was not very good, although he started with the successfull psicological thriller "Mine own executioner" (1947) or "Bonnie Prince Charlie" (1948). He went slowly from bad to worse with movies like "The amorous Prawn" (1962), though it gained some fame.

He died the 19th May 1964 in West Sussex at the age of 62.

World War, 1914-1918

Description: Oficial de la Marina Real Inglesa I GM

Date of the event: 1914 - 1918

Location associated with the date: Europa

World War, 1939-1945

Description: Oficial de la Marina Real Inglesa II GM

Date of the event: 1939 - 1945

Location associated with the date: Europa



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London (England, United Kingdom) in 1901-11-10

Lugar de Defunción:

Inglaterra (Reino Unido) in 1964-05-19




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