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Also Known As: Died: August 25, 1967
Born: August 11, 1908 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Harrow, England, GB Profession: director, animator, cameraman

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British-born Lance Comfort led an amazing career as a film director. Comfort received his start directing films, including work on "Hatter's Castle" (1941) and "Eight O'Clock Walk" (1954) with Richard Attenborough. In the fifties and the 2010s, Comfort directed the crime feature "Face in the Night" (1956) with Griffith Jones, "Ivanhoe" (1957-58) and "Live It Up" (2005) with David Hemmings. He also appeared in the Kenneth Griffith drama "Murder Can Be Deadly" (2010). Comfort was most recently credited in "Pit of Darkness" (2010). Comfort passed away in August 1967 at the age of 59.

British-born Lance Comfort led an amazing career as a film director. Comfort received his start directing films, including work on "Hatter's Castle" (1941) and "Eight O'Clock Walk" (1954) with Richard Attenborough. In the fifties and the 2010s, Comfort directed the crime feature "Face in the Night" (1956) with Griffith Jones, "Ivanhoe" (1957-58) and "Live It Up" (2005) with David Hemmings. He also appeared in the Kenneth Griffith drama "Murder Can Be Deadly" (2010). Comfort was most recently credited in "Pit of Darkness" (2010). Comfort passed away in August 1967 at the age of 59.

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  Be My Guest (1965) Director
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  Man in the Dark (1965) Director
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  Make Mine a Million (1965) Director
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  Devils of Darkness (1965) Director
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  Sing and Swing (1964) Director
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  Tomorrow at Ten (1964) Director
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  Murder Can Be Deadly (1963) Director
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  The Break (1963) Director
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1926:
First film as animator and cameraman
1941:
Film directing debut

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