Max Brand


Biography

Max Brand worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Brand worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "A Holy Terror" (1931), "Champion of Lost Causes" (1925) and "Fair Warning" (1931). He also contributed to "Just Tony" with Tom Mix (1922), "The Best Bad Man" with Tom Mix (1925) and "Trailin'" with Tom Mix (1921). In the latt...

Biography

Max Brand worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Brand worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "A Holy Terror" (1931), "Champion of Lost Causes" (1925) and "Fair Warning" (1931). He also contributed to "Just Tony" with Tom Mix (1922), "The Best Bad Man" with Tom Mix (1925) and "Trailin'" with Tom Mix (1921). In the latter half of his career, Brand wrote "Dr. Kildare's Crisis" (1940), the western "The Desperadoes" (1943) with Randolph Scott and "Uncertain Glory" (1944). Brand was most recently credited in the remake "Destry" (1954) with Audie Murphy. Brand passed away in May 1944 at the age of 51.

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Destry Rides Again (1939) — (Movie Clip) Trouble Is My Business Now properly on the job and armed, the deputy sheriff and title character Tom (James Stewart) follows up on his initial brawling encounter with the singer-hustler-celebrity of Bottleneck, Frenchy (Marlene Dietrich, Lillian Yarbo her servant) in director George Marshall’s Destry Rides Again, 1939.
Young Dr. Kildare (1938) - Bring Me A Tourniquet! Back at the hospital, new intern Lew Ayres (title character) examines his still-unconscious patient (Jo Ann Sayers) whom he revived from a gas suicide attempt, drawing conclusions and barbs from his crusty boss Gillespie (Lionel Barrymore), in the first in the MGM series, Young Dr. Kildare, 1938.
Young Dr. Kildare (1938) - I'm Strong As A Horse Pace suggesting a shortage of film, the first scene minus one from the first picture in the series, girlfriend Alice (Lynne Carver) with parents Dr. Steve and Martha (Samuel S. Hinds, Emma Dunn) greet the title character Lew Ayres on his return from med school, in MGM’s Young Dr. Kildare, 1938.
Young Dr. Kildare (1938) - The Irish Do Well With Horses Fresh from medical school and his Connecticut home town, Lew Ayres (title character) arrives at the big New York hospital where Dr. Carew (Walter Kingsford) is introducing other interns (Truman Bradley et al) to intimidating top-billed Lionel Barrymore as Gillespie, in the first film in the MGM series, Young Dr. Kildare, 1938.
Uncertain Glory (1944) - The Barber Will Shave Your Neck After an opening establishing visibly atmospheric Nazi-occupied Paris, 1943, we meet Errol Flynn as inmate Jean Picard, not apparently political, rousted by the warden (Art Smith) who is congratulated by the commissioner (Douglas Dumbrille) and questioned one last time by policeman Bonet (Paul Lukas), in Raoul Walsh and Warner Bros.’ Uncertain Glory, 1944.
Uncertain Glory (1944) - Two Great Weaknesses Smitten Louise (Faye Emerson) has followed criminal Picard (Errol Flynn), who escaped execution due to an air raid in Paris, to Bordeaux, only to be intercepted by policeman Picard (Paul Lukas), who was tipped off by her jealous boyfriend, early in Uncertain Glory, 1944.

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