L. Du Garde Peach

Active - 1933 - 1951  |   Genres - Comedy, Drama, Musical, Crime, Romance

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Usually billed simply as Dugarde Peach, this British screenwriter was active in films from 1934 to 1936. Peach's cinematic efforts included stage adaptations (Chu Chin Chow, 1934), horror/fantasy (The Man Who Changed His Mind, 1936), and frothy musicals (Forbidden Music, 1936). One of his more ambitious projects was the speculative, all-star Transatlantic Tunnel (1936). L. DuGarde Peach's final screenwriting assignment was the George Arliss vehicle His Lordship (1936).

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