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Farrow, John, 1904-1963

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Personal name headingFarrow, John, 1904-1963
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Variant(s)Farrow, John V. (John Villiers), 1904-1963
Birth date1904-02-10
Death date1963-01-28
Place of birthSydney (N.S.W.)
Place of deathBeverly Hills (Calif.)
Profession or occupationMotion picture directors Motion picture producers Screenwriters
Found innuc87-25205: His Damien, the leper [MI] 1937 (hdg. on UnM rept.: Farrow, John, 1904-1963; usage: John Farrow)
LCCN 37-4599: His Damien, the leper, 1937 (hdg.: Farrow, John, 1904- )
The sea chase, 1991: container (John Farrow; director)
Biog. resource center (Almanac of famous people), June 17, 2004 (John Villiers Farrow; b. Feb. 10, 1906, Sydney, N.S.W.; d. Jan. 28, 1963, Beverley Hills, Calif; father of Mia Farrow)
IMDb, June 17, 2004 (John Farrow; b. b. Feb. 10, 1904, Sydney, N.S.W.; d. Jan. 28, 1963, Beverley Hills, Calif.; sometimes credited ss: John V. Farrow, John Villiers Farrow)
Social security death index, June 17, 2004 (John Farrow; b. Feb. 10, 1904; d. Jan. 1963)
Wikipedia, 11 January 2019 (ohn Villiers Farrow, KGCHS (10 February 1904-27 January 1963)[1] was an Australian-born American film director, producer and screenwriter. In 1957, he won the Academy Award for Best Writing/Best Screenplay for Around the World in Eighty Days and in 1942, he was nominated as Best Director for Wake Island. He had seven children by his wife, actress Maureen O'Sullivan, including actress Mia Farrow.)
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