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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Art Director (feature film)

1.
Jane Eyre (1971)
A lavish, first color filming of Charlotte Bronte's classic Gothic romance with Emmy-nominated performances by George C. Scott and Susannah York highlighting this ninth screen version of the tale. It also had been staged several times on live television -- a "Studio One" adaptation in 1949, for one, starred Charlton Heston at the very beginning of his career. John Williams' score for this TV film earned him an Emmy nomination in addition to those given to its two stars for acting.
2.
Kidnapped (1971) as Art Direction
When young David Balfour arrives at his uncle's bleak Scottish house to claim his inheritance his relative first tries to murder him then has him shipped off to be sold as a slave in the colonies. Fortunately for the lad he strikes up a friendship with Alan Breck escaping from Bonnie Prince Charlie's defeat at Culludon. When the ship's captain tries to kill Breck for his money the two manage to get to land and set out for Edinburgh dodging the ruthless Redcoats.
3.
Carry on Up the Jungle (1970) as Art Direction
The Carry On team send up the Tarzan tradition in great style. Lady Evelyn Bagley mounts an expedition to find her long-lost baby. Bill Boosey is the fearless hunter and guide. Prof. Tinkle is searching for the rare Oozalum bird. Everything is going swimmingly until a gorilla enters the camp, and then the party is captured by an all female tribe from Aphrodisia...
4.
David Copperfield (1970)
A moody, sentimental fifth film version of the Dickens classic (the first in nearly thirty-five years) with a stellar cast composed of the giants of the British acting community providing much needed support to the virtual unknown in the title role. Laurence Olivier's cameo as Creakle won him an Emm
5.
Sophie's Place (1970) as Art Director
6.
Follow That Camel (1968) as Art Director
7.
Deadlier Than the Male (1967) as Art Director
8.
Carnaby, M. D. (1967) as Art Director
The sixth of the seven films in the "Doctor" series sees Dr. Gaston Grimsdyke looking for love and romance from the hospital nurses.
9.
The Long Duel (1967) as Art Director
In 1920s India, a British police officer attempts to capture a tribal leader without bloodshed.
10.
Walk in the Shadow (1966) as Art Director
11.
A Study in Terror (1966) as Production Design
Sherlock Holmes tries to unmask Jack the Ripper.
12.
The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders (1965) as Loc art dir
A woman emabarks on a wild search for true love.
13.
Rotten to the Core (1965) as Art Director
Rogues Jelly Knight, Scapa Flood, and Lennie the Dip leave prison expecting boss The Duke to have their stash ready to share out. Instead, Duke's girl Sara gives them the news Duke is dead and the money gone on nursing care. They soon discover that Duke is actually running Hope Springs Nature Clinic with the help of most of the local villains. Very strange - and the nearby army camp and Sara's encouragement of Lieutenant Vine would seem to be no coincidence either.
14.
Underworld Informers (1965) as Art Director
When the detective in charge of investigating a series of bank robberies, starts to get too close to the culprits, they set up a blackmail scheme to warn him off. But when the crooks begin to fall out with each other, the police learn the truth.
15.
Carry On Spying (1964) as Art Director
A top secret chemical formula has been stolen by STENCH (the Society for the Total Extinction of Non-Conforming Humans), and so Agent Simpkins and his three trainees are hot on the trail, chasing the villains across the world. There are gadgets galore, and disguises are compulsory if the heroes are to win the day from The Fat Man, Dr Milchman and Dr Crow!
16.
Doctor in Distress (1964) as Art Director
An intern and his antagonistic boss bond over romantic problems.
17.
Young and Willing (1964) as Art Director
18.
Tiara Tahiti (1963) as Art Director
19.
Carry On Teacher (1962) as Art Director
Student try to sabotage a popular headmaster's plans to leave for another job.
20.
The Singer Not the Song (1962) as Art Director
A priest defies a Mexican bandit to bring religion to a Western town.
21.
Flame in the Streets (1962) as Art Director
A union leader fights to win equal rights for West Indian immigrants.
22.
Victim (1962) as Art Director
A closeted lawyer risks his career to bring a blackmailer to justice.
23.
Operation Amsterdam (1959) as Art Direction
During WW II, British commandos visit occupied Holland to help the Dutch underground keep a fortune in diamonds out of Nazi hands. Tense action follows as Anna, Jan and their colleagues play cat and mouse with the Gestapo, knowing that one of their number may be a traitor.
24.
A Night to Remember (1958) as Art Direction
The crew and passengers of the Titanic fight to survive when the legendary ship strikes an iceberg.
25.
A Town Like Alice (1958) as Art Direction
Set in 1941, a Brisith woman captured by the Japanese army meets an Australian soldier and settles in his town after the war.
26.
Night Ambush (1958) as Art Direction
Two British soldiers are assigned to kidnap a key Nazi commander.
27.
Robbery Under Arms (1957) as Art Direction
Two Australian brothers join a notorious outlaw's band.
28.
Trouble in Store (1955) as Art Direction
A stock boy in a London department store aspires to better things.
29.
The Black Knight (1954) as Art Director
A blacksmith fights evil as a faceless knight.
30.
Hell Below Zero (1954) as Art Director
A whaler signs on to locate a young woman's missing father.
31.
Escape (1948) as Art Director
An ex-RAF flier is sentenced to three years in prison for accidentally killing a detective.
32.
The Young Mr. Pitt (1943) as Art Director
33.
The Girl in the News (1941) as Art Director
Nurse Anne Graham is controversially - but rightly - acquitted of murder after her elderly patient dies in suspicious circumstances. Changing her name she gets a position nursing wheelchair-bound Edward Bentley, little suspecting that his wife and the butler are lovers setting Anne up so that when Bentley is found dead it looks like a repeat of the earlier case.
34.
Mail Train (1941) as Art Director
35.
The Remarkable Mr. Kipps (1941) as Art Director
36.
Night Train (1940) as Art Director
A British agent masquerades as a Nazi officer to protect an inventor and his daughter.
37.
Shipyard Sally (1939) as Settings
Music hall performer (Fields) manages the saloon her father (Howard) bought. The clientele includes unemployed shipyard workers who she entertains and helps.
38.
39.
The Lady Vanishes (1938) as Settings
A young woman on vacation triggers an international incident when she tries to track an elderly friend who has disappeared.
40.
Everybody Dance (1937) as Art Director
41.
Nine Days a Queen (1936) as Art Director
A young noblewoman becomes a pawn for dueling factions in 16th century England.
42.
Boys Will Be Boys (1936) as Art Director
Will Hay is a teacher in a prison, who applies for the Headship of Narkover, a public school. This is the first screen appearance of Hay in his (to be ) famous schoolmaster role, in a story based on Dr Smart-Alec, the character created by John Cameron Andrieu Bingham Michael Morton (J.B. Morton, "Beachcomber")
43.
Faithful Heart (1933) as Art Director

Production Designer (feature film)

44.
Gold (1974) as Production Designer
Rod Slater is the newly appointed general manager of the Sonderditch gold mine, but he stumbles across an ingenious plot to flood the mine, by drilling into an underground lake, so the unscrupulous owners to make a killing in the international gold market.

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