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John Paddy Carstairs

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Also Known As: John Keys Died: December 12, 1970
Born: May 11, 1910 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: director, screenwriter, assistant cameraman, painter

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John Paddy Carstairs made his mark in the world of entertainment when he worked on "Sleeping Car to Trieste" (1948). In 1939, he directed the enduring classic "The Saint in London." In 1962, he directed his final film, "The Devil's Agent." In 1933, he made his directorial debut with "Paris Plane."

John Paddy Carstairs made his mark in the world of entertainment when he worked on "Sleeping Car to Trieste" (1948). In 1939, he directed the enduring classic "The Saint in London." In 1962, he directed his final film, "The Devil's Agent." In 1933, he made his directorial debut with "Paris Plane."

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DIRECTOR:

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  The Big Money (1962) Director
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  A Weekend With Lulu (1961) Director
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  Trouble in Store (1955) Director
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  Up to His Neck (1954) Director
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  Tony Draws a Horse (1950) Director
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  Sleeping Car to Trieste (1948) Director
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  Dancing With Crime (1947) Director

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son:
Nelson Keys.

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