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Melville Brown possessed a strong directorial eye, and consequently, he found a career as a director. A screenwriter for film, Brown's best work was often considered to include "Fashionable Fakers" (1923), "Smouldering Fires" (1924) and "The Rose of Paris" (1924). He also appeared in "Where Was I?" (1925). He continued to work in film in the twenties and the thirties, directing motion pictures like "13 Washington Square" (1928), "Red Lips" (1928) and "Geraldine" (1929). He also appeared in the comedy "Check and Double Check" (1930) with Freeman F Gosden and "Lovin' the Ladies" (1930). Nearing the end of his career, Brown directed "Behind Office Doors" (1931), "Fanny Foley Herself" (1931) and "White Shoulders" (1931). He also appeared in "Lost in the Stratosphere" (1934) and "The Nut Farm" (1935). Brown more recently directed "He Loved an Actress" (1938). Brown passed away in January 1938 at the age of 51.

Melville Brown possessed a strong directorial eye, and consequently, he found a career as a director. A screenwriter for film, Brown's best work was often considered to include "Fashionable Fakers" (1923), "Smouldering Fires" (1924) and "The Rose of Paris" (1924). He also appeared in "Where Was I?" (1925). He continued to work in film in the twenties and the thirties, directing motion pictures like "13 Washington Square" (1928), "Red Lips" (1928) and "Geraldine" (1929). He also appeared in the comedy "Check and Double Check" (1930) with Freeman F Gosden and "Lovin' the Ladies" (1930). Nearing the end of his career, Brown directed "Behind Office Doors" (1931), "Fanny Foley Herself" (1931) and "White Shoulders" (1931). He also appeared in "Lost in the Stratosphere" (1934) and "The Nut Farm" (1935). Brown more recently directed "He Loved an Actress" (1938). Brown passed away in January 1938 at the age of 51.

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