Charles Previn

Charles Previn worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Previn worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Breezing Home" (1937), "The Magnificent Brute" ... Read more »
Born: 01/11/1888

Filmography

Music (16)

Buck Privates 1941 (Movie)

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Pittsburgh 1941 (Movie)

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Saboteur 1941 (Movie)

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The Spoilers 1941 (Movie)

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The Black Cat 1940 (Movie)

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The Lady From Cheyenne 1940 (Movie)

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If I Had My Way 1939 (Movie)

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The Bank Dick 1939 (Movie)

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First Love 1938 (Movie)

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That Certain Age 1937 (Movie)

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The Rage of Paris 1937 (Movie)

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100 Men and a Girl 1936 (Movie)

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California Straight Ahead 1936 (Movie)

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Three Smart Girls 1936 (Movie)

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Wings Over Honolulu 1936 (Movie)

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The Magnificent Brute 1935 (Movie)

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Biography

Charles Previn worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Previn worked on a variety of projects during his early entertainment career, including "Breezing Home" (1937), "The Magnificent Brute" (1936) starring Victor McLaglen and "The Man in Blue" (1937). He also contributed to "The Westland Case" (1937), "The Wildcatter" (1937) and "Three Smart Girls" (1937) starring Deanna Durbin. In the thirties, Previn devoted his time to various credits, such as "Wives Under Suspicion" (1938), "Young Fugitives" (1938) and "Youth Takes a Fling" (1938). Previn continued to exercise his talent in the forties, taking on a mix of projects like "Man-Made Monster" with Lon Chaney Jr. (1941), "Model Wife" (1941) and "Nice Girl?" (1941). His credits also expanded to "The Invisible Woman" with Virginia Bruce (1941) and "The Man Who Lost Himself" (1941). Previn last worked on the Robert Cummings period drama "The Black Book" (1949). Previn passed away in September 1973 at the age of 85.

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