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Graham Greene (I)

Graham Greene
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British (2), Novelist (2), Writer (1), Male (1), Died 1991 (1), Born 1904 (1), Critic (1), England (1)

Movies written by

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1. The Third Man (1949)
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8.2
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6.6
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7.6
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5. Brighton Rock (1947)
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7.8
45 Watched



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1. Day for Night (1973)
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7.9
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8
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Books

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9.5
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4. The Third Man (1999)
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7.3
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8.6
5 own



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1. The Tenth Man (1988)
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7
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8
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5. The Third Man (1959)
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TV


1. Omnibus (1967)
Rating:
8.5
4 Watched



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My favourite authors (58 person items)

"Favourite work: The Human Factor"


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In Memoriam (584 person items)
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Favorite Male Writers (21 person items)
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Authors with Mental Illnesses (23 person items)

"“Greene suffered from bipolar disorder which had a profound effect on his writing and personal life. In a letter to his wife Vivien he told her that he had "a character profoundly antagonistic to ordinary domestic life", and that "unfortunately, the disease is also one's material” Source: Wikipedia "