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A versatile film director, Eric Till built an impressive career throughout his lifetime. Till's early work in directing consisted of various films, including the Peter Ustinov comedy "Hot Millions" (1968), "The Walking Stick" (1970) and the comedy "A Fan's Notes" (1972) with Jerry Orbach. He also appeared in the John Alderton drama "It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet" (1975), the adventure "All Things Bright And Beautiful" (1978) with John Alderton and the Alan Arkin comedy "Improper Channels" (1979). Recently, Till directed "The Challengers" (1993) and "The Girl Next Door" (1998). Most recently, Till directed "Luther" (2003) with Joseph Fiennes.
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