Reginald Berkeley (writer)

Reginald Berkeley (writer)

Reginald Berkeley (18 August 1881 – 20 March 1936imdb name|id=0075351|name=Reginald Berkeley] or 1935 [cite LAF|id=n83-139979] ) was an English playwright and screenwriter.

Born in London, his credits include Nurse Edith Cavell (1939), Drefyus (1930), Cavalcade (1933), The World Moves On (1934) and Carolina (1934).


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