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Bernard B. Brown (July 24, 1898 – February 20, 1981) was an American sound engineer and composer. He won an Academy Award in the category Sound Recording and was nominated for seven more in the same category. He was also nominated three times in the category Best Visual Effects. He worked on more than 520 films between 1930 and 1958.

Selected filmography

Brown won an Academy Award and was nominated for seven more in the category Best Sound:

  • When Tomorrow Comes (1939)[1]
Nominated (Best Sound)
  • That Certain Age (1938)[2]
  • Spring Parade (1940)[3]
  • Appointment for Love (1941)[4]
  • Arabian Nights (1942)[5]
  • Phantom of the Opera (1943)[6]
  • His Butler's Sister (1943)[7]
  • Lady on a Train (1945)[8]
Nominated (Best Visual Effects)
  • The Boys from Syracuse (1940)[3]
  • The Invisible Man Returns (1940)[3]
  • Invisible Agent (1942)[5]

Looney Works

He wrote the scores for many early animated cartoons produced by Leon Schlesinger for distribution by Warner Bros. Pictures.


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