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Also Known As: Died: August 30, 1994
Born: April 17, 1923 Cause of Death: heart attack
Birth Place: Bangalore, Karnataka, IN Profession: Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Is That All There Is? (1995) as Director
Filmed in and around his London flat, the celebrated British filmmaker Lindsay Anderson documents his life in a realistic yet mordantly funny fashion.
2.
Whales of August, The (1987) as Director
Drama revolving around five unusual elderly characters, two of whom are sisters, at the end of a summer on a Maine island, as they undergo various emotional changes in their lives.
3.
Wish You Were There (1985) as Director
A documentary chronicling British pop duo Wham's much publicized tour of mainland China.
4.
Britannia Hospital (1983) as Director
5.
In Celebration (1975) as Director
6.
O Lucky Man! (1973) as Director
This sprawling, surrealist musical serves as an allegory for the pitfalls of capitalism, as it follows the adventures of a young coffee salesman in Europe. Many actors play multiple roles, giving the film a stagy tone.
7.
If.... (1969) as Director
In an inditement of the British Boys School, we follow Mick and his mostly younger friends through a series of indignities and occasionally abuse as any fond feelings toward these schools are destroyed. When Mick and his friends rebel, violently, the catch phrase, "which side would you be on" becomes quite stark.
8.
This Sporting Life (1963) as Director
A rugby player finds the violence in his professional life tainting his personal relationships.
9.
Foot and Mouth (1955) as Director
10.
Henry (1955) as Director
11.
Thursday's Children (1953) as Director
12.
O Dreamland (1953) as Director
13.
Three Installations (1952) as Director
14.
Wakefield Express (1952) as Director
15.
Idlers That Work (1949) as Director
16.
Meet the Pioneers (1948) as Director

Cast (feature film)

17.
Is That All There Is? (1995) as Himself
Filmed in and around his London flat, the celebrated British filmmaker Lindsay Anderson documents his life in a realistic yet mordantly funny fashion.
18.
Lucky Man (1994) as Himself
An homage to celebrated British filmmaker Lindsay Anderson (1923-1994), whose films include "This Sporting Life" (United Kingdom/1963), "If..." (United Kingdom/1968), and "O Lucky Man!" (United Kingdom/1973), and "Britannia Hospital" (United Kingdom/1982).
19.
Blame It on the Bellboy (1992) as Mr Marshall
A comedy of mistaken identity that takes place in Venice in the springtime.
20.
Prisoner of Honor (1991) as War Minister
Set in turn-of-the-century France about an anti-Semitic army officer who challenges the massive government coverup in the imprisonment of Alfred Dreyfus for espionage.
21.
Harold Lloyd: The Third Genius (1989) as Narration
A two-part documentary about the life of film comedian Harold Lloyd, covering his beginnings in Hollywood, his time with Hal Roach's acting company, and the advent of sound in motion pictures. Lloyd's life is drawn from film clips, home movies, photo stills and interviews with colleagues, family and
22.
CHARIOTS OF FIRE (1981) as Master Of Caius
Committed long-distance runners strive for the 1924 Olympics.
23.
O Lucky Man! (1973) as Director
This sprawling, surrealist musical serves as an allegory for the pitfalls of capitalism, as it follows the adventures of a young coffee salesman in Europe. Many actors play multiple roles, giving the film a stagy tone.
24.
75 Years of Cinema Museum (1972) as Narration
The work of revered film preservationist Henri Langois, who is largely responsible for saving France's film heritage, is chronicled in this documentary. Langois and Georges Franju formed the Cinémathèque Française in 1936, and because of his work, French cinema survived World War II. When the Minist
25.
Inadmissible Evidence (1968) as Barrister
26.
Martyrs of Love (1968) as Himself
27.
Three Installations (1952) as Commentary
28.
Idlers That Work (1949) as Commentary
29.
Meet the Pioneers (1948) as Commentary

Writer (feature film)

30.
Is That All There Is? (1995) as Screenwriter
Filmed in and around his London flat, the celebrated British filmmaker Lindsay Anderson documents his life in a realistic yet mordantly funny fashion.
31.
Thursday's Children (1953) as Screenwriter

Producer (feature film)

32.
O Lucky Man! (1973) as Producer
This sprawling, surrealist musical serves as an allegory for the pitfalls of capitalism, as it follows the adventures of a young coffee salesman in Europe. Many actors play multiple roles, giving the film a stagy tone.
33.
If.... (1969) as Producer
In an inditement of the British Boys School, we follow Mick and his mostly younger friends through a series of indignities and occasionally abuse as any fond feelings toward these schools are destroyed. When Mick and his friends rebel, violently, the catch phrase, "which side would you be on" becomes quite stark.

Editing (feature film)

34.
Meet the Pioneers (1948) as Editor

Film Production - Main (feature film)

35.
The Shop on Main Street (1966) as English subtitl
A Christian forges an unlikely bond with an elderly Jewish shopkeeper during World War II.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

36.
Hi-Lo Country, The (1998)
Two lifetime friends work as ranchers during WW2 in california. However, things change when love enters their lives.
37.
Hi-Lo Country, The (1998)
Two lifetime friends work as ranchers during WW2 in california. However, things change when love enters their lives.
38.
Nighthawks (1978)
A closeted gay male teacher in a London school struggles with his identity.
39.
Nighthawks (1978)
A closeted gay male teacher in a London school struggles with his identity.

Cast (special)

40.
John Ford (1993) as Host
A documentary about the life and career American film director John Ford.
41.
Arts and Glasnost, The (1988) as Narration ("Cinema")
A documentary examining Soviet culture today. Part one, "Cinema," focuses on Russian film directors speaking openly for the first time about censorship and its effects. Part two, "Artists," illuminates the paradox of visual art in Russia today: freer to express a rapidly changing world, but still

Writer (special)

42.
John Ford (1993) as Writer
A documentary about the life and career American film director John Ford.

Director (short)

43.
Every Day Except Christmas (1957) as Director
44.
Green and Pleasant Land (1955) as Director
45.
Children Upstairs, The (1955) as Director
46.
Hundred Thousand Children, A (1955) as Director
47.
Trunk Conveyor (1954) as Director

Cast (short)

48.
Trunk Conveyor (1954) as Commentary

Writer (short)

49.
Every Day Except Christmas (1957) as Screenwriter

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