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Milton Brown net worth & biography:Milton Brown (September 7, 1903 – April 18, 1936) was an American band leader and vocalist who co-founded the genre of Western swing. His band was the first to fuse hillbilly hokum, jazz, and pop together into a unique, distinctly American hybrid, thus giving him the nickname, "Father of Western Swing". The birthplace of Brown's upbeat "hot-jazz hillbilly" string band sound was developed at the Crystal Springs Dance Hall in Fort Worth, Texas from 1931 to 1936. Brown's music inspired the great string jazz musicians from Europe, Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grapelli who in 1935 formed the Hot Club de Paris quintet.Along with Bob Wills, with whom he performed at the beginning of this career, Brown developed the sound and style of Western swing in the early 1930s. For a while, he and his band, the Musical Brownies, were more popular than Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys. Brown's career was cut short in 1936 when he died following a car accident, just as he was poised to break into national stardom. Wikipedia
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|Wild Girl||1932||Vigilante (uncredited)|
|Texas Gun Fighter||1932||Townsman (uncredited)|
|The Gay Buckaroo||1932||Cowhand (uncredited)|
|The Local Bad Man||1932||Horsetail Wright (as Milt Brown)|
|One Man Law||1932||Rancher (uncredited)|
|The Fighting Marshal||1931||Townsman (uncredited)|
|Battling with Buffalo Bill||1931||Milt (uncredited)|
|Near the Trail's End||1931||Townsman (uncredited)|
|The Hard Hombre||1931||Milt (uncredited)|
|Branded||1931||Man Reporting Jailbreak (uncredited)|
|Wild Horse||1931||Rodeo Spectator (uncredited)|
|Clearing the Range||1931||Gun twirler (uncredited)|
|The Mounted Stranger||1930||'Pop' Ainslee|
|The Fire Fighters||1927||as Milt Brown|
|The Iron Horse||1924||Minor Role (uncredited)|
|The Breaking Point||1924||Donaldson (as Milt Brown)|
|King's Creek Law||1923||Saul Jameson|
|Ruggles of Red Gap||1923||Sen. Pettingill|
|Here's Your Man||1922||Short||The Rancher|
|His Enemy's Friend||1922||Short||Bruce McWade|
|Cold Steel||1921||Burkhart (as Milt Brown)|
|Common Sense||1920||The Wayfarer (as L. Milton Brown)|
|Water, Water, Everywhere||1920/II||Sam Beecher|
|The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come||1920||Pop Dillon|
|The Desire of the Moth||1917||Matt Lisner|
|Straight Shooting||1917||Black-Eye Pete (as Milt Brown)|
|Happiness of Three Women||1917||Monck|
|The Selfish Woman||1916||Sheriff|
|The Trail of the Lonesome Pine||1916||Tolliver Man|
|The Warrens of Virginia||1915||Zeke Biggs|
|The Call of the North||1914||Me-en-gan|
|The Only Son||1914||Detective|
|The Squaw Man||1914||Budd Hardy|
|The Long Portage||1913||Short as Milt Brown|
|The Claim Jumper||1913||Short||Sheriff|
|An Indian's Honor||1913||Short as Milt Brown|
|An Indian's Gratitude||1913||Short||Swiftwind (as Milt Brown)|
|A Frontier Wife||1913||Short as Milt Brown|
|The Shanghaied Cowboys||1912||Short|
|Pride of the Range||1910||Short|
|King of the Sierras||1938||assistant director|
|Trailing Trouble||1937||assistant director|
|Bank Alarm||1937||assistant director|
|The Gold Racket||1937||assistant director|
|Ellis Island||1936||assistant director - as Milton R. Brown|
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