Norman Ginsbury (1902–1991) was a British writer, known for his plays. He also wrote material for film and television.
|Born||8 November 1902|
|Died||15 October 1991|
His 1945 play The First Gentleman ran for more than five hundred performances and was adapted into a 1948 film of the same title. In 1946 he had also worked on the screenplay of The Magic Bow for Gainsborough Pictures. He was also co-wrote the original screenplay for Alexander Korda's troubled film production Bonnie Prince Charlie.
He also translated several of Henrik Ibsen's works for performance on the London stage.
- Wearing p.419
- Goble p.763
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