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||February 5, 1988
||December 5, 1902
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RATE AND COMMENT
Screenwriter for films in Austria and Germany
Co-screenwriting official debut for the French operetta, "La Vie Parisienne"
Moves to England and writes script for "One Rainy Afternoon"
First works with director Michael Powell by penning the screenplay of "The Spy in Black"
Writes "Contraband" and debuts as a director, in collaboration with Powell, on the feature
Debut as a producer of a feature, "One of Our Aircraft is Missing"
Formed production company with Powell, The Archers and for more than a decade co-wrote, co- directed and co-produced with him
Co-directed and co-wrote "The Red Shoes"
First feature solo directorial effort, "Twice Upon a Time"
Last project with Powell, "Ill Met by Moonlight"
Last produced screenplay with his own name credited, "Behold a Pale Horse", based on his story, "Killing A Mouse on Sunday"