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Stanley H. Brassloff (1930–2003)

Stanley H. Brassloff was born on July 23, 1930 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA as Stanley Howard Brasloff. He was a writer and director, known for Toys Are Not for Children (1972), Two Girls for a Madman (1968) and Behind Locked Doors (1968). He was married to Debra LaVonne Friess. He died on April 17, 2003 in Philadelphia. See full bio »

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 1972 Toys Are Not for Children (story - as Stanley H. Brasloff)
 1968 Two Girls for a Madman (writer)
 1968 Behind Locked Doors (writer - uncredited)
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 1972 Toys Are Not for Children (as Stanley H. Brasloff)
 1968 Two Girls for a Madman (as Stanley H. Brasloff)
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 1968 Two Girls for a Madman
Cafe Host (as Stan Howard)
 1968 Mid-Day Mistress
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 1972 Toys Are Not for Children (producer - as Stanley H. Brasloff)
 1968 Behind Locked Doors (producer - as Stanley H. Brasloff)
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 2016 Paul Murray Live (TV Series)
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- Episode #7.73 (2016) ... Himself (as Stan Howard)
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Stanley H. Brasloff | Stan Howard
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A native of South Philadelphia, Stanley Brassloff was better known as Stan Howard, a stand-up comedian turned film director and writer.

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