Bretton Byrd Net Worth

Bretton Byrd Net Worth is
$950,000

Bretton Byrd Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Bretton Byrd (1904–1959) was a British composer and musician known for his work on film scores between 1932 and 1956. Byrd was employed by British Gaumont, then the largest British production company, in the 1930s. He worked alongside Louis Levy writing scores for films such as It's Love Again (1936) Byrd worked for the company's musical department both as a composer and arranger. After leaving British Gaumont, he was employed by a variety of other production companies and in the 1950s also worked in television.
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Date Of BirthNovember 30, 1904, Ramsgate, United Kingdom
DiedSeptember 27, 1959, Harrow, London, United Kingdom
Place Of BirthRamsgate, Kent, England, UK
ProfessionComposer, Music Department, Soundtrack
Star SignSagittarius
#Fact
1British composer and musical director. He initially worked in the theatre as a pianist and conductor before joining British-Gaumont (as composer, conductor, orchestrator) in 1930.

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Hostage1956
Port of Escape1956
The Count of Monte Cristo1956TV Series
Police Dog1955uncredited
Rheingold Theatre1953-1954TV Series 7 episodes
The Triangle1953segment "Priceless Pocket"
The Genie1953segment "The Genie"
Tony Draws a Horse1950
Look Before You Love1948
My Sister and I1948
Bad Sister1947
The Root of All Evil1947
Bothered by a Beard1945Short
Time Flies1944
The Goose Steps Out1942
The Saint's Vacation1941uncredited
George and Margaret1940uncredited
Two for Danger1940uncredited
The Briggs Family1940
Lady in Distress1940uncredited
The Good Old Days1940
The Midas Touch1940uncredited
Confidential Lady1940
His Brother's Keeper1940
Just Like a Woman1939
Murder Will Out1939uncredited
A Gentleman's Gentleman1939
Inspector Hornleigh1939uncredited
So This Is London1939uncredited
Follow Your Star1938
Smiling Along1938/Iuncredited
They Drive by Night1938uncredited
The Return of Carol Deane1938uncredited
Non-Stop New York1937uncredited
Take My Tip1937uncredited
Good Morning, Boys1937uncredited
Head Over Heels in Love1937uncredited
Jack of All Trades1936uncredited
Windbag the Sailor1936uncredited
Where There's a Will1936uncredited
Doomed Cargo1936uncredited
It's Love Again1936
First a Girl1935uncredited
Alias Bulldog Drummond1935uncredited
Boys Will Be Boys1935uncredited
Oh, Daddy!1935uncredited
Road House1934uncredited
Power1934uncredited
A Cup of Kindness1934uncredited
Jack Ahoy1934uncredited
Britannia of Billingsgate1933uncredited
Friday the Thirteenth1933uncredited
Sleeping Car1933uncredited
Love on Wheels1932uncredited
Night and Day1932uncredited

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Rheingold TheatreTV Series composer - 11 episodes, 1955 - 1956 musical director - 4 episodes, 1955 - 1956 music director - 3 episodes, 1956 - 1957
Port of Escape1956conductor
Police Dog1955musical director
Tony Draws a Horse1950conductor
Look Before You Love1948conductor
My Sister and I1948musical director
Bad Sister1947conductor
The Magic Bow1946music editor - uncredited
Caravan1946music editor - uncredited
I'll Be Your Sweetheart1945composer: additional music - uncredited
Two Thousand Women1944composer: additional music - uncredited
The Saint Meets the Tiger1943composer: stock music - uncredited
Happidrome1943musical director
The Strangler1941composer: stock music - uncredited
Turned Out Nice Again1941composer: incidental score
The Saint's Vacation1941musical director
George and Margaret1940musical director
Two for Danger1940musical director
That's the Ticket1940musical director
Lady in Distress1940musical director
The Good Old Days1940musical director
The Midas Touch1940musical director
Hoots Mon1940composer: music cues - uncredited / musical director
Murder Will Out1939musical director
Inspector Hornleigh1939musical director
Smiling Along1938/Imusical director
They Drive by Night1938musical director
The Return of Carol Deane1938musical director
We're Going to Be Rich1938musical director
Gangway1937special orchestrator
Alias Bulldog Drummond1935composer: additional music - uncredited
Me and Marlborough1935composer: additional music - uncredited
Boys Will Be Boys1935music editor - uncredited
Car of Dreams1935music editor - uncredited
Evensong1934conductor: songs - uncredited / music arranger: songs - uncredited
Evergreen1934conductor: The Gaumont British Studio Orchestra

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Time Flies1944arranger: "When Lo! By Breake of Morning", "What If I Seek for Love of Thee?", "Buccaneer" - uncredited
Man of Evil1944arranger: "Good King Wenceslas", "Little Brown Jug", "Coppelia" - uncredited
Turned Out Nice Again1941arranger: "I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside", "Wedding March" - uncredited / music: "Cabaret Nights" - uncredited
Hoots Mon1940arranger: "Loch Lomond" - uncredited
The Amazing Mr. Forrest1939music: "Foxtrot" - uncredited
Sexton Blake and the Hooded Terror1938music: "Rambler Roses" - uncredited
Windbag the Sailor1936arranger: "See the Conquering Hero Comes", "Homeward Bound", "Home Sweet Home" - uncredited
Doomed Cargo1936music: "Valse Constance" - uncredited
First a Girl1935music: "O Gentle Aphrodite" - uncredited
A Cup of Kindness1934arranger: "Auld Lang Syne" - uncredited
Evergreen1934arranger: "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow" - uncredited

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