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Aldous Huxley

Aldous Huxley

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Also Known As: Died: November 22, 1963
Born: July 26, 1894 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Surrey, England, GB Profession: Writer ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Writer (feature film)

1.
Little Archimedes (1979) as Book As Source Material
2.
A Woman's Vengeance (1948) as Screenwriter
Country squire Henry Maurier is patient with his wife Emily, a neurotic invalid, but her brother surprises Henry with his young mistress Doris. The same night, Emily dies of her chronic heart disease, and Henry promptly marries Doris, to the chagrin of neighbor Janet Spence, who loves him. When a post-mortem shows that Emily's death was precipitated by arsenic, Henry is placed on trial for his life. But is he guilty?
3.
Jane Eyre (1944) as Screenwriter
A governess at a remote estate falls in love with her brooding employer.
4.
Pride and Prejudice (1940) as Screenwriter
Jane Austen's comic classic about five sisters out to nab husbands in 19th-century England.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

5.
Brave New World (1998)
Based on Aldous Huxley's 1932 sci-fi novel about a future century, in which nations have joined in partnership to avert wars threatening to destroy the planet. Free sex, self-indulgent shopping and emotional detachment are encouraged by Mustapha Mond, a benevolent dictator and his no-nonsense Direct
6.
Brave New World (1980)
An ambitious but confusing and unsuccessful attempt to translate the satirical Aldous Huxley novel of a futuristic society in a place called Savageland 600 years in the future. No one there ages past thirty-five, babies are mass produced on an assembly line, and "engagings" (sexual trysts) are compu

Writer (special)

7.
Point Counterpoint (1973) as Novel As Source Material ("Point Counterpoint")

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