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Andrew V. McLaglen

Andrew V. McLaglen

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Born: July 28, 1920 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Director ...
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1925:
Moved to the USA
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Worked for the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation for four years
1945:
Began working as a production assistant at Republic Pictures
1951:
Worked as an assistant director on Budd Boetticher's "Bullfighter and the Lady"; produced by John Wayne
1952:
Assistant director to John Ford on "The Quiet Man"; starring Wayne, Maureen O'Hara and Victor McLaglen
1954:
Served as assistant director to William A Wellman on "Track of the Cat", "The High and Mighty" and "Blood Alley"; the latter two starred John Wayne
1956:
With Wayne's brother Robert Morrison, co-produced Boetticher's "Seven Men From Now"
1956:
First feature films as director, "Gun the Man Down" and "Man in the Vault"
1957:
Directed his father in "The Abductors"
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Signed long-term contract with CBS-TV, where he directed episodes of such series as "Gunsmoke", "Rawhide" and "Perry Mason"
1958:
Directed his father in "The O'Hare Story" episode of "Have Gun--Will Travel"
1959:
Helmed "Incident of the Shambling Man" episode of "Rawhide", starring his father
1963:
First time directing Wayne, "McLintock!"
1965:
Directed "Shenandoah", starring James Stewart
1967:
Helmed Disney movie, "Monkeys Go Home!"
1969:
Reteamed with Wayne for "The Undefeated"
1970:
Third film with Wayne, "Chisum"
1973:
Fourth and final film with Wayne, "Cahill, United States Marshall"
1975:
TV-movie debut, "Stowaway to the Moon" (CBS)
1978:
Helmed "The Wild Geese", a silly but entertaining action yarn starring Richards Burton and Harris, along with Roger Moore
1982:
Directed "Louis L'Amour's 'The Shadow Riders'", a CBS movie starring Tom Selleck and Sam Elliott
1982:
TV miniseries debut, "The Blue and the Gray" (CBS)
1984:
Executive produced and directed "Sahara", starring Brooke Shields
1985:
Helmed CBS movie sequel, "The Dirty Dozen: Next Mission", with Lee Marvin, Ernest Borgnine and Richard Jaeckel repeating their roles from the 1967 feature
1986:
Last TV project to date, the NBC miniseries "On Wings of Eagles"
1991:
Last feature to date, "L'oeil de la veuve/Eye of the Widow" (filmed in 1989 and 1990)

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