Louis H. Jackson

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Louis H. Jackson
Born1904
Died1960
London, United Kingdom
OccupationProducer
Years active1944–1948 (film)

Louis H. Jackson (1904–1960) was a British film producer. He oversaw production at British National Films during the 1940s. [1]

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  1. Harper p.67

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