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Osborne Henry Mavor net worth & biography:James Bridie (3 January 1888 in Glasgow – 29 January 1951 in Edinburgh) was the pseudonym of a Scottish playwright, screenwriter and surgeon whose real name was Osborne Henry Mavor. He took his pen-name from his paternal grandfather's first name and his grandmother's maiden name.Mavor studied medicine at the University of Glasgow graduating in 1913, then served as a military doctor during World War I, seeing service in France and Mesopotamia. His comedic plays saw success in London, and he became a full-time writer in 1938. Despite this, he returned to the army during World War II, again serving as a doctor.He was the main founder of the Citizens Theatre in Glasgow, with his cousin, the author Guy McCrone and was also instrumental in the establishment of the Edinburgh Festival.Bridie worked with the director Alfred Hitchcock in the late 1940s. They worked together on: The Paradine Case (1947). Bridie originally wrote the screenplay, and Ben Hecht contributed some additional dialogue. But due to casting, the characters had to be changed. So David O. Selznick had to write another script. Under Capricorn (1949) Stage Fright (1950)In 1923, he married Rona Locke Bremner (1897–1985). Their son was killed in World War II. His other son Ronald (1925–2007) was also both a physician and playwright. Ronald became drama critic of The Scotsman after retiring from medicine, Director of the Scottish Arts Council and Deputy Chairman of the Edinburgh Festival. He was Professor of Drama and Head of the Drama Department at the University of Saskatchewan and was appointed C.B.E. in 1971.James Bridie died in Edinburgh of a stroke and is buried in Glasgow Western Necropolis. The Bridie Library at the Glasgow University Union is named after him, as is the annual Bridie Dinner that takes place in the Union each December. Wikipedia
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|The Anatomist by James Bridie||1980||TV Movie|
|Daphne Laureola||1978||TV Movie play|
|Jonah and the Whale||1975||TV Movie|
|ITV Play of the Week||TV Series story - 1 episode, 1973 play - 1 episode, 1957 play "The Anatomist" - 1 episode, 1956|
|Daphne Laureola||1965||TV Movie play|
|Daphne Laureola||1962||TV Movie play|
|BBC Sunday-Night Play||TV Series 1 episode, 1962 play - 1 episode, 1960|
|There Was a Crooked Man||1960||play "The Odd Legend of Schultz"|
|BBC Sunday-Night Theatre||TV Series play - 1 episode, 1959 play "Jonah and the Whale" - 1 episode, 1950|
|The Black Eye||1958||TV Movie play|
|Saturday Playhouse||1958||TV Series 1 episode|
|Mr. Gillie||1957||TV Movie|
|The Anatomist||1956||TV Movie play|
|Folly to Be Wise||1953||play "It Depends What You Mean" / screenplay|
|Black Eye||1952||TV Movie play|
|You're Only Young Twice||1952||play|
|Flesh & Blood||1951||play "A Sleeping Clergyman"|
|The Switchback||1950||TV Movie play|
|Mr. Gillie||1950||TV Movie play|
|Stage Fright||1950||additional dialogue - uncredited|
|The Anatomist||1949||TV Movie play|
|Dr. Angelus||1948||TV Movie play|
|The Paradine Case||1947||treatment in consultation with|
|Tobias and the Angel||1947||TV Movie play|
|Mr. Bolfry||1946||TV Movie play|
|It Depends What You Mean||1946||TV Movie play|
|The Anatomist||1939||TV Movie|
|The Switchback||1939||TV Movie|
|Tobias and the Angel||1938||TV Movie|
|The Tragic Muse||1938||TV Short by|
|Storm in a Teacup||1937||Anglo-Scottish version - Anglo-Scottish version|
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|1||James Bridie wrote mainly comedies, but comedies that dealt with oftentimes fearsome themes. His play "The Sunlight Sonata", for example was subtitled The Seven deadly sins, and the plays that followed it focused on such harsh realities as death, damnation, disease, and drunkennessJames Bridie's famous biblical plays are Tobias and the angel, Susanna and the Elders, and Jonah and the Whale. James Bridie is also famous for his play "Dr. Angelus."James Bridie worked with famous Director Alfred Hitchcock in 3 films - The Paradine Case, Under Capricorn, and Stage Fright.|
|2||One of the instigators of the Edinburgh Festival.|
|3||Co-founder of the Glasgow Citizen's Theatre.|
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