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Also Known As: Died: October 19, 1997
Born: April 23, 1897 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Uncle Willie's Bicycle Shop (1954) as Director
2.
Rob Roy the Highland Rogue (1954) as Director
After the 1715 defeat of the clans, one of the highland leaders, Rob Roy MacGregor escapes, has lots of adventures, gets married, and eventually becomes enough of a nuisance to George I to be outlawed, and hunted by the English.
3.
Forbidden Cargo (1954) as Director
After a successful operation against drink smugglers, Customs and Excise get wind of a planned large illegal drug shipment. An agent is sent to Cannes to follow the brother and sister apparently involved, though he starts to get rather closer to the attractive young lady than planned. The trail leads via a fashion house to a freighter bound for the Pool of London, and the net starts to close in.
4.
Man Who Loved Redheads, The (1954) as Director
The honourable Mark St. Neots is playing with some 'chums' when he meets and is bowled over by Sylvia. As he grows older he retains his image of this beautiful young girl with the red hair. Through a chance meeting, he can pursue his career in the diplomatic corps as well as the young ladies he meets. A charming comedy with a sting in the tail.
5.
Paris Express (1953) as Director
Meak head clerk Kees Popinga realises at the same time as the police that owner De Koster has stripped his Dutch company clean because of his infatuation with Parisian girl Michelle. After a confrontation between the two men De Koster ends up dead and Popinga makes off to Paris with the remaining money. There he contacts Michelle, with the police in close pursuit.
6.
Encore (1952) as Dir of "Gigolo and Gigolette"
Three stories by W. Somerset Maugham reveal the strangeness of the human character.
7.
The Hour of 13 (1952) as Director
A gentleman thief in Victorian England tries to reform and do one good deed.
8.
Trio (1950) as Dir of "Sanatorium"
W. Somerset Maugham introduces three more of his stories about human foibles.
9.
Quartet (1949) as Dir ["The Alien Corn"]
W. Somerset Maugham introduces four of his most famous short stories.
10.
Adam And Evelyne (1949) as Director
When a friend dies, a gambler adopts his daughter.
11.
Mr. Emmanuel (1944) as Director
12.
Dear Octopus (1943) as Director
13.
Secret Mission (1942) as Director
Two British Intelligence agents infiltrate occupied France to learn the Germans' secrets.
14.
Unpublished Story (1942) as Director
15.
The Avengers (1942) as Director
A war correspondent fights to stop the German invasion of Norway.
16.
Major Barbara (1941) as Director
A munitions manufacturer tries to reconcile with his revivalist daughter.
17.
Jeannie (1941) as Director

Cast (feature film)

19.
East Lynne on the Western Front (1931) as Reggie Pitt

Writer (feature film)

20.
Paris Express (1953) as Screenwriter
Meak head clerk Kees Popinga realises at the same time as the police that owner De Koster has stripped his Dutch company clean because of his infatuation with Parisian girl Michelle. After a confrontation between the two men De Koster ends up dead and Popinga makes off to Paris with the remaining money. There he contacts Michelle, with the police in close pursuit.
21.
When Thief Meets Thief (1937) as Dial

Producer (feature film)

22.
Adam And Evelyne (1949) as Producer
When a friend dies, a gambler adopts his daughter.

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