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  1. Brian Desmond Hurst (12 February 1895 – 26 September 1986) was an Irish film director. With over thirty films in his filmography, Hurst was hailed as Northern Ireland's best film director by BBC film critic Mike Catto. He is perhaps best known for the 1951 A Christmas Carol adaptation Scrooge.

  2. Brian Desmond Hurst. Director: The Fugitive. Hailing from East Belfast, Northern Ireland, Hans Moore Hawthorn Hurst was a linen worker before joining the army during World War I. He was a private in the Royal Irish Rifles, and survived the slaughter at the disastrous Gallipoli landing in Turkey.

  3. 22 de ene. de 2018 · Brian Desmond Hurst’s cinematic take on war from the Anglo-Irish conflict to the Mau Mau in 1950s. Brian Desmond Hurst, producer William Sistrom and studio head J Arthur Rank on the set of...

  4. 22 de abr. de 2021 · Brian Desmond Hurst is Northern Ireland's greatest film director, celebrated in the Hurst Sound Stage in Belfast’s Titanic Studios. He’s also Ireland’s most prolific film director of the ...

  5. Brian Desmond Hurst (1895 - 1986) fue un director y guionista de Reino Unido conocido por Cuento de Navidad, Historia de Malta, Simba, la lucha contra el Mau-Mau, La tienda negra, La sombra de la guillotina, Aquella noche en Varsovia, Behind the Mask, His and Hers, Hungry Hill y Mientras arde el fuego.

  6. 16 de ago. de 2023 · Brian Desmond Hurst and Sir Alec Guinness and Brian’s 90th birthday at Bafta, February 12 1985. Alec Guinness starred in Hurst’s 1953 film Malta Story alongside Jack Hawkins.

  7. 88 min. País. Estados Unidos. Dirección. Brian Desmond Hurst. Guion. Robin Estridge, Patrick Kirwan. Novela: Vaughan Wilkins. Reparto. Música. Georges Auric. Fotografía. Geoffrey Unsworth. Compañías. George H. Brown Productions. Género. Aventuras. Drama. Romance | Revolución Francesa. Siglo XVIII. Sinopsis.