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Birth Place: Manchester, England, GB Profession: Cinematography ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Frozen Alive (1966) as Director
2.
Spaceflight IC-1 (1965) as Director
3.
Murder on Approval (1956) as Director
A private eye investigates a deadly stamp counterfeiting ring.
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The Inheritance (1950)
An French governess marries the English Lord she is working for. When he dies, she inherits his estate but is soon involved with some French spies working for Napoleon. Where should her loyalties lie ?
6.
Reluctant Widow, The (1950) as Director
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Lost People, The (1949) as Director
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Perfect Woman, The (1949) as Director
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Man Within, The (1947) as Director
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A Place of One's Own (1945) as Director
An elderly woman's caregiver becomes possessed by a murdered girl's spirit.

Cinematography (feature film)

12.
Demi-Paradise (1943) as Director Of Photography
A Russian inventor tries to cope with British life while helping the country prepare for war.
13.
Jeannie (1941) as Cinematographer
14.
The Saint's Vacation (1941) as Photography
Reformed jewel thief Simon Templar vies with Nazi agents for possession of a mysterious music box .
15.
French Without Tears (1940) as Photography
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Jamaica Inn (1939) as Photography
A young woman on the British coast stumbles onto a ring of bloodthirsty scavengers.
17.
The Girl Was Young (1938) as Photography
A young girl helps an innocent man escape the law when he''s framed for murder.
18.
King Solomon's Mines (1937) as Camera
African explorers enlist an exiled native chief to help them find a legendary treasure.
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Secret Agent (1936) as Camera
During the first world war, novelist Edgar Brodie is sent to Switzerland by the Intelligence Service. He has to kill a German agent. During the mission he meets a fake general first and then Elsa Carrington who helps him in his duty.
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King of the Damned (1936) as Camera
Revolt on a prison island is a parable of workers revolution. A cruel and repressive penal colony is the setting for a prison revolt with a special twist...the prisoners want to stay on and govern themselves in a humane and productive working community. Well that's the theory anyway but circumstances make their venture a lot more complicated than that.
21.
East Meets West (1936) as Camera
22.
Rhodes (1936) as Camera
A British explorer opens up Africa for European exploitation.
23.
Sabotage (1936) as Photography
An unhappily married woman discovers her husband is an enemy agent.
24.
The 39 Steps (1935) as Photography
A man falsely suspected of killing a spy races across Scotland handcuffed to the beautiful blonde who turned him in.
25.
Jack Ahoy (1935) as Camera
26.
Born for Glory (1935) as Camera
27.
Power (1934) as Camera
A Jewish businessman using his wealth to benefit his people discovers he''''s not Jewish.
28.
The Good Companions (1933) as Photography
Three musicians team up to save a failing theatrical troupe.
29.
Bachelor's Folly (1932) as Camera
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Writer (feature film)

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Film Production - Main (feature film)

34.
Gaslight (1940) as Photography
A turn-of-the-century bride moves into the house where her aunt was murdered and begins to fear she''''s going mad.
35.
Alfred Hitchcock: Sabotage and The Lodger (1926)
This Hitchcock double feature includes two of his early, English films: Sabotage and The Lodger. In Sabotage, at the beginning of World War II, German spies have insinuated themselves into British society and are planning bombings that a group of citizens are trying to stop. And in The Lodger, a lan

Director (special)

36.
Death of Michael Turbin, The (1954) as Director
37.
Forever My Heart (1954) as Director

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