Family & Companions
Responsible for such fine productions as "Othello" (1965), starring an ebony Laurence Olivier, "Romeo and Juliet" (1968), courtesy of Franco Zeffirelli, and several lively Agatha Christie adaptations. Brabourne also engineered the commercially risky (due to its length), superbly realized interpretation of the Dickens novel, "Little Dorrit" (1988).
Producer (Feature Film)
Film Production - Main (Feature Film)
Production Companies (Feature Film)
First film as producer, "The Seven Thunders"