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Also Known As: Died: November 5, 2001
Born: November 21, 1913 Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: Bray, England, GB Profession: Director ...
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1936:
Was assistant director on "Apron Fools"
1937:
Co-founded Charter Films with brother John
1937:
Film directorial debut with the short "The Landlady"
1938:
Directed the short "Seeing Stars"; also wrote and produced
1943:
Was member of Army Film Unit during World War II
1943:
Co-directed "Tunisian Victory" with Frank Capra
:
Formed Boulting Brothers Productions with twin John
1950:
With brother John, co-directed "Seven Days to Noon"
1954:
Reteamed with brother as co-director and co-producer of "Crest of the Wave/Seagulls Over Sorrento"; also wrote script
1958:
Appointed director of British Lion Films
1966:
Scripted and helmed "The Family Way", starring future wife Hayley Mills and her father John Mills
1968:
Second film with Hayley Mills, "Twisted Nerve"
1970:
Directed "There's a Girl in My Soup"
1972:
Left British Lion Films
1979:
Last film with brother, "The Number"
1979:
Final film, "The Last Word"
1985:
Helmed the British TV-movie "The Moving Finger", with Joan Hickson playing the Agatha Christie heroine Miss Marple

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