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Also Known As: Ivor Goldsmid Samuel Montagu Died: November 5, 1984
Born: April 23, 1904 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: director, author, producer, distributor, editor, importer, exhibitor, titles writer

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Leftist theoretician and critic (Montagu accompanied Eisenstein on his 1930 trip to Hollywood) who also worked as an exhibitor, editor and director of short films. Montagu collaborated on a number of Hitchcock films during the 1930s and made propaganda films for the Republicans during the Spanish Civil War (he documented the experience in his 1939 film, "Peace and Plenty"). Following WWII Montagu worked for Ealing Studios, where he collaborated on the script of the acclaimed feature, "Scott of the Antarctic" (1948).

Leftist theoretician and critic (Montagu accompanied Eisenstein on his 1930 trip to Hollywood) who also worked as an exhibitor, editor and director of short films. Montagu collaborated on a number of Hitchcock films during the 1930s and made propaganda films for the Republicans during the Spanish Civil War (he documented the experience in his 1939 film, "Peace and Plenty"). Following WWII Montagu worked for Ealing Studios, where he collaborated on the script of the acclaimed feature, "Scott of the Antarctic" (1948).

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DIRECTOR:

1.
  Day-Dreams (1928) Director
2.
  Bluebottles (1928) Director
3.
  Tonic, The (1928) Director

CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Before Hindsight (1977)
2.
 The Tramp and the Dictator (2002) Himself
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Education

Royal College of Science: - 1919 - 1921
Royal College of Science: - 1919 - 1921
King's College, University of Cambridge: - 1921 - 1924

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wife:
Hell Montagu. Production manager. Married 1927.

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"With Eisenstein in Hollywood"
"Film World"

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