How Rich is Adrian Brunel? Net Worth, Height, Weight

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For 02.01.2020 – We have next information about Adrian Brunel earnings, net worth: $272,303 Dollars*

Source of income: Directors.

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Birth date and age: September 4, 1892, Brighton, United Kingdom

Death date: February 18, 1958, Gerrards Cross, United Kingdom

The place of birth (POB): Brighton, East Sussex, England, UK

Profession:Director, Writer, Actor

Spouse:Jane Dryden (m. ?–1958)

Children:Christopher Brunel

Parents:Adey Brunel

Height, Weight

How tall is Adrian Brunel – 1,85m.**
How much weight is Adrian Brunel – 59kg**
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Summary

Adrian Brunel (4 September 1892 – 18 February 1958) was an English film director and screenwriter. Brunels directorial career started in the silent era, and reached its peak in the latter half of the 1920s. His surviving work from the 1920s, both full-length feature films and shorts, is highly regarded by silent film historians for its distinctive innovation, sophistication and wit. With the arrival of talkies, Brunels career ground to a halt and he was absent from the screen for several years before returning in the mid-1930s with a flurry of quota quickie productions, a majority of which are now classed as lost. Brunels last credit as director was in a 1940 wartime propaganda short film, although he worked for a few years more as a fixer-up for films directed or produced by friends in the industry.After decades of neglect, Brunels work has latterly been rediscovered and has undergone a critical re-evaluation. His lost films are eagerly sought, and the British Film Institute includes two (The Crooked Billet (1929) and Badgers Green (1934)) on its 75 Most Wanted list of missing British feature films.

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