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Birth Place: Profession: Editing ...
RATE AND COMMENT

COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Editing (feature film)

1.
Living Doll (1990) as Editor
2.
Slaughter High (1987) as Editor
A teen nerd, horribly scarred in a chemistry lab practical joke, invites his tormentors back to their high school for a phony ten-year reunion, so he can pick them off, one by one, in a delicious fit of revenge. There is no nonsense in this get-to-the-knifepoint slasher movie, written and directed by not one, not two, but three knowlegeable gorehounds (George Dugdale, Peter Litten, and Mark Erza).
3.
April Fool's Day (1984) as Editor
4.
Pavlova (1983) as Editor
5.
Hellcat Mud Wrestlers (1983) as Editor
6.
Erotica (1981) as Editor
7.
Paul Raymond's Erotica (1980) as Editor
8.
Confessions From the David Galaxy Affair (1979) as Editor
After having had a lot of lovers, an heiress is still trying to find one who will satisfy her.
9.
Queen of the Blues (1979) as Editor
A seedy striptease club in London's West End becomes the target for unpleasant crooks. The club's owners (John M. East and Allan Warren) are blackmailed into paying out large wads of cash, but star attraction Mary Millington saves the day with her energetic stripping!
10.
Playbirds, The (1978) as Editor
11.
Let's Get Laid! (1978) as Editor
A demobbed soldier, Gordon Laid (Robin Askwith), returning from World War II meets Maxine Lupercal (Fiona Richmond), a member of a traveling troupe of actors returning to England on the same ship. As Gordon closely resembles a member of the troupe of actors, mistaken identity causes him to become embroiled in various murders and an international espionage plot involving a cigarette lighter that strangely affects electricity. The action reaches its comical climax on stage with Gordon and his double as the spies and the police converge on the theatre is a desperate attempt to retrieve the missing cigarette lighter.
12.
Expose (1975) as Editor
A novelist (Udo Kier) hires a quiet British country house so that he can work on finishing his latest novel. His agent arranges for a secretary to stay with him, in order to speed up its completion (played by Linda Hayden). However, this turns out to be a big mistake when she reveals that she has actually come to kill him for stealing the manuscript for his last novel from her husband, which drove him to suicide. The housekeeper, Kier's girlfriend (played by 70's sex superstar Fiona Richmond) and 2 local thugs all meet horrific ends as Hayden goes on her killing spree.
14.
Hannie Caulder (1972) as Film Editor
A female victim of a brutal attack by three thugs learns to shoot and seeks revenge.
15.
Welcome to the Club (1971) as Film Editor
16.
The Naked World of Harrison Marks (1967) as Film Editor
17.
Sandy, the Reluctant Nature Girl (1964) as Film Editor
18.
Hot Money Girl (1962) as Film Editor
19.
No Road Back (1957) as Editing
20.
The Man In The Road (1957)
A scientist fights to evade Communist agents out to get his new formula.
21.
Shadow of Fear (1956) as Editing
22.
The Master Plan (1955) as Editing
23.
The Fake (1953) as Editing
An American investigator in London discovers that a posh museum's da Vinci is a fake.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

24.
Memed My Hawk (1987) as Production Coordinator

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