Clemens, Brian (Horace)

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CLEMENS, Brian (Horace)

CLEMENS, Brian (Horace). Also writes as Tony O'Grady. British, b. 1931. Genres: Plays/Screenplays. Career: Writer and producer of films and televisions shows and series. Publications: SCREENPLAYS: (As Tony O'Grady) At the Stroke of Nine, 1957; The Depraved, 1957; A Woman of Mystery, 1957; Operation Murder, 1957; Three Sundays to Live, 1957; Three Crooked Men, 1958; A Woman Possessed, 1958; On the Run, 1958; (as Tony O'Grady) The Secret Man, 1958; Moment of Indiscretion, 1958; Links of Justice, 1958; The Betrayal, 1958; A Woman's Temptation, 1959; Web of Suspicion, 1959; Top Floor Girl, 1959; Innocent Meeting, 1959; An Honourable Murder, 1959; High Jump, 1959; The Great Van Robbery, 1959; Crash Drive, 1959; The Child and the Killer, 1959; Two Wives at One Wedding, 1960; Identity Unknown, 1960; Highway to Battle, 1960; Transatlantic, 1961; Tarnished Heroes, 1961; Return of a Stranger, 1961; The Pursuers, 1961; The Middle Course, 1961; The Court Martial of Major Keller, 1961; The Tell-Tale Heart, 1962; The Spanish Sword, 1962; The Silent Invasion, 1962; Fate Takes a Hand, 1962; Station Six-Sahara, 1963; (as Tony O'Grady) Curse of the Voodoo, 1965; The Corrupt Ones, 1967; Buff: Original Story and Screenplay, 1970; And Soon the Darkness, 1970; See No Evil, 1971; Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde, 1972; The Golden Voyage of Sinbad, 1973; Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter, 1974; The Watcher in the Woods, 1980; Highlander II: The Quickening (story), 1991. TELEPLAYS: Scene of the Crime, 1962; One Deadly Owner, 1974; Timestalkers, 1987; Perry Mason: The Case of the Glass Coffin, 1991; Perry Mason: The Case of the Reckless Romeo, 1992; Perry Mason: The Case of the Heartbroken Bride, 1992. PLAYS: The Edge of Darkness: A Play, 1978; Shock!: A Thriller, 1979; (with D. Spooner) A Sting in the Tail: A Thrilling Comedy in Two Acts, 1988; The Return of Brother Bernard, And, Who Was That Man, 1989; Rabbit Pie, 1990; (with D. Spooner) Anybody for Murder?: A Play, 1990; (with D. Spooner) Will You Still Love Me in the Morning?: A Farce, 1992; Inside Job: A Thriller, 1993. Address: c/o Samuel French, 45 N. 25th St., New York, NY 10010, U.S.A.