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Who is Alan Hackney?
Alan Hackney: Alan Charles Langley Hackney was an English novelist and screenwriter. He was educated at Thornleigh College, Bolton, and while at Manchester University was called up to the army. After demobilisation he proceeded to New College, Oxford where he read Politics, Philosophy and Economics under the tutelage of Isaiah Berlin.
- also known as Alan Charles Langley Hackney
- born on (91 years ago) in Manchester
- nationality: United Kingdom
- education: University of Manchester
- profession: Screenwriter, writer
- died on (6 years ago) in Hertfordshire
- written works: "Private Life", "Private's Progress"
- films written:
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by Elizabeth M. Knowles
Alan Hackney British novelist 10 Miles of cornfields , and ballet in the evening. describing Russia Private Life (1958) ch.
Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young
P: Richard Greene & Sidney Cole D: Terence Fisher SCR: Alan Hackney PHOTOG: Ken Hodges MUSIC: Alun Hoddinott Standard adventure-thriller: Outlaw thwarts sheriffs plot to overthrow Archbishop of Canterbury ...
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