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Johannes Brahms worked on a variety of projects during Brahms's entertainment career. Brahms worked on a variety of projects during Brahms's early entertainment career, including "Interlude" (1957) starring June Allyson, "Las Hurdes" (1932) starring Pierre Unik and "Proibito" (1955) starring Mel Ferrer. Brahms also contributed to "The L-Shaped Room" with Leslie Caron (1963), "The Lovers" with Jeanne Moreau (1959) and "Twenty-Four Hours in a Woman's Life" with Danielle Darrieux (1968). In the eighties, Brahms devoted Brahms's time to various credits, such as "Cold Cuts" (1987), "Hip, Hip, Hurrah!" (1987) and "Il est genial Papy!" (1987). Brahms also worked on "To Market, to Market" (1987) starring Philip Quast. Brahms's music was most recently used in the Jessica Chastain romance "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Her/Him" (2014). In the nineties, Brahms lent Brahms's talents to projects like "Hilary and Jackie" (1998) starring Emily Watson, the Jim Carrey and Laura Linney box office smash "The Truman Show" (1998) and "Two Girls and A Guy" with Robert Downey Jr. (1998). Brahms's credits also expanded to "Illuminata" with Leo Bassi (1999) and "Stiff Upper Lips" (1999).

Johannes Brahms worked on a variety of projects during Brahms's entertainment career. Brahms worked on a variety of projects during Brahms's early entertainment career, including "Interlude" (1957) starring June Allyson, "Las Hurdes" (1932) starring Pierre Unik and "Proibito" (1955) starring Mel Ferrer. Brahms also contributed to "The L-Shaped Room" with Leslie Caron (1963), "The Lovers" with Jeanne Moreau (1959) and "Twenty-Four Hours in a Woman's Life" with Danielle Darrieux (1968). In the eighties, Brahms devoted Brahms's time to various credits, such as "Cold Cuts" (1987), "Hip, Hip, Hurrah!" (1987) and "Il est genial Papy!" (1987). Brahms also worked on "To Market, to Market" (1987) starring Philip Quast. Brahms's music was most recently used in the Jessica Chastain romance "The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Her/Him" (2014). In the nineties, Brahms lent Brahms's talents to projects like "Hilary and Jackie" (1998) starring Emily Watson, the Jim Carrey and Laura Linney box office smash "The Truman Show" (1998) and "Two Girls and A Guy" with Robert Downey Jr. (1998). Brahms's credits also expanded to "Illuminata" with Leo Bassi (1999) and "Stiff Upper Lips" (1999).

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1.
 Holiday (1938) Second butler
2.
 The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1937) Head steward
3.
 A Girl with Ideas (1937) Butler
4.
 Personal Property (1937) English minister
5.
 Professional Soldier (1936) Minister
6.
 Small Town Girl (1936) Butler
7.
 The Unguarded Hour (1936) Minister
8.
 Lloyd's of London (1936) Chaplain
9.
 Sylvia Scarlett (1936)
10.
 British Agent (1934) Cabinet member
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