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Also Known As: Died: September 15, 2005
Born: November 5, 1913 Cause of Death: heart and kidney failure
Birth Place: Somerset, England, GB Profession: Director ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Isabel's Choice (1981) as Director
When Richard Kiley, the boss she helped climb the corporate ladder, is forced into early retirement, Jean Stapleton, a widowed executive secretary, must choose between his surprise marriage proposal or new challenges and continuing her career by helping his successor (Peter Coyote) adjust to his com
2.
Inmates: A Love Story (1981) as Director
A co-ed penitentiary is the off-beat backdrop for this romantic drama where Kate Jackson and Perry King are a pair of security inmates under the watchful eye of unorthodox superintendent Shirley Jones. Tony Curtis is another of the cons, a flamboyant small-time hood.
3.
Jimmy B. & Andre (1980) as Director
The real-life tale of the relationship between popular Detroit restaurateur Jimmy Butsicaris and a black youngster he tries to adopt. Former football star Alex Karras not only stars, but co-produced the movie with his actress wife Susan Clark (who plays a small role as Jimmy B's woman friend) for th
4.
Incredible Journey of Doctor Meg Laurel, The (1979) as Director
A big-city lady doctor returns to her roots in the backwoods of the Blue Ridge Mountains to bring modern medicine to the local folks in the Appalachia of the 1930s and finds herself at odds with the homespun ways of the local medicine woman. Originally this was titled "The Outlander." Veteran actres
5.
Jennifer: A Woman's Story (1979) as Director
The widow of a wealthy shipbuilder tries to hold onto his business and becomes involved with boardroom intrigue in her bitter struggle to maintain control of the company. The British TV series "The Foundation" was the basis of this movie.
6.
Devil's Advocate, The (1977) as Director
7.
Luther (1974) as Director
The evolution of Martin Luther's relationship with the Catholic Church is traced, from his initial disillusiomment with the institution through his eventual leadership of the Reformation movement.
8.
A Walk in the Spring Rain (1970) as Director
When her husband moves them to a small farming town, a woman falls in love with a married neighbor.
9.
The Magus (1968) as Director
An English teacher arrives on a sleepy Greek island to take up a vacant teaching post. The last man to hold the post committed suicide under mysterious circumstances. Slowly but surely, he is drawn into a bizarre game engineered by a reclusive local magician. The deeper into the game he is drawn, the more he senses danger... yet cannot seem to untangle himself from the fascinating and compelling influence that the game is having on his mind.
10.
A Matter of Innocence (1968) as Director
Miss Poly decides to spend a few months with her wealthy spinster aunt as a traveling companion. While in India her Aunt's demise leaves her alone to persue her freedom and explore an arms length romance with a local boy. Tender, fun loving, and poetic representation of that transition from youth to young womanhood.
11.
A Patch of Blue (1965) as Director
A blind white girl falls in love with a black man.
12.
Diamond Head (1963) as Director
A rich Hawaiian pineapple grower tries to control everything and everyone around him, including his headstrong sister.
13.
Desert Patrol (1962) as Director
A dramatic World War II action adventure about an elite company of soldiers that holds the key to the last great battle of the African offensive. They were known as the Long Range Desert Group, a small band of British commandos with a deadly mission, who find Rommel's fuel supply and blow it up. Sir
14.
Light in the Piazza (1962) as Director
A woman's efforts to marry off her daughter are hindered by a family secret.
15.
The Mark (1961) as Director
A reformed child abuser fights the stigma of his past when he falls for a single mother.
16.
S.O.S. Pacific (1960) as Director
A flying boat has to ditch off an island in the Pacific. Along with the injured owner-pilot the passengers include a policeman and his smuggler prisoner, a slimey limey witness against him, a physicist, and a globe-hopping good-time girl. On the island they find a fleet of derelict ships, farm animals tethered, and cameras in a lead-lined bunker and a stark realisation soon dawns.
17.
Angry Silence, The (1960) as Director
A young factory worker stands alone against a proposed strike.
18.
The Snorkel (1958) as Director
After committing the perfect crime, a man tries to convince authorities his suspicious stepdaughter is insane.
19.
Triple Deception (1957) as Director
A naval officer impersonates a lookalike counterfeiter to expose a criminal ring.
20.
Postmark for Danger (1956) as Director
When a journalist dies, his brother takes up his investigation of a smuggling ring.
21.
Lost (1955) as Director
22.
River Beat (1954) as Director
A London police inspector is patrolling the river looking for smugglers, when he becomes attracted to a woman working as a ship's radio operator. When the woman turns up in possession of some smuggled gems, the inspector must determine whether she knew about them or was just being used. If she is guilty, he must arrest her in spite of his feelings. If she is innocent, he must protect her from the smuggling gang, which is known to silence anyone who might talk.

Cinematography (feature film)

23.
I Am a Camera (1955) as Director Of Photography
In the early thirties, aspiring writer Christopher Isherwood, living in Berlin, meets the vivacious, penniless singer Sally Bowles. They develop a platonic relationship while Sally has a wild time spending other peoples money.
24.
The Warriors (1955) as Photography
The "Black Prince" of England remains in France to guard the lands taken by his predecessor-father.
25.
For Better For Worse (1954) as Director Of Photography
In postwar London a young graduate and his girlfriend decide to marry. Her well-to-do parents are not convinced, but they agree once he has got a รบ5.10.0 job and a 30/- a week single-room flat. The newly-weds find money fearfully tight, the flat cramped, the neighbours a trial, and her parents always hovering. Can faith conquer all? Is there some way of getting rid of tea-leaves except down the sink?
26.
Souls in Conflict (1954) as Photography
27.
Rob Roy the Highland Rogue (1954) as Director of Photography
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.
28.
Decameron Nights (1953) as Director of Photography
29.
The Beggar's Opera (1953) as Photography
A jailed thief creates an opera based on his exploits.
30.
The Hour of 13 (1952) as Director of Photography
A gentleman thief in Victorian England tries to reform and do one good deed.
31.
The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men (1952) as Director of Photography
Young Robin Hood, in love with Maid Marian, enters an archery contest with his father at the King's palace. On the way home his father is murdered by hench men of Prince John. Robin takes up the life of an outlaw, gathering together his band of merry men with him in Sherwood Forest, to avenge his father's death and to help the people of the land that Prince John are over taxing.
32.
Night Without Stars (1951) as Cinematographer
A partially blind Englishman retires to the French Riviera. He meets and falls for the Widow of a French Resistance fighter but is horrified when he discovers she is involved with smugglers and murderers.
33.
Captain Horatio Hornblower (1951) as Director of Photography
The famed 19th century hero defeats enemy fleets and courts an admiral's widow.
34.
This Happy Breed (1944) as Camera Operator
A middle-class family faces personal triumphs and tragedies when they move to a new home in the suburbs.
35.
Escape to Danger (1944) as Camera Operator
36.
In Which We Serve (1942) as Camera Operator
Survivors of a bombed British destroyer think back on the paths that led them to war.
37.
One Of Our Aircraft Is Missing (1941) as Camera Operator
When the Nazis shoot down a British bomber, its crew seeks help from the Dutch underground.
38.
Hi, Gang! (1941) as Camera Operator
39.
Breakers Ahead (1935) as Camera Operator
40.
Song of the Plough (1933) as Camera Assistant

Writer (feature film)

41.
A Patch of Blue (1965) as Screenwriter
A blind white girl falls in love with a black man.
42.
Postmark for Danger (1956) as Adpt for the screen by
When a journalist dies, his brother takes up his investigation of a smuggling ring.
43.
Carnival (1946) as Screenwriter

Production Companies (feature film)

44.
A Walk in the Spring Rain (1970) as Company
When her husband moves them to a small farming town, a woman falls in love with a married neighbor.
45.
A Patch of Blue (1965) as Company
A blind white girl falls in love with a black man.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

46.
Madeleine (1950) as Photography
A beautiful young woman stands trial for poisoning her lover.
47.
The Passionate Friends (1949) as Photography
A married woman has one last fling with her childhood sweetheart.
48.
Adam And Evelyne (1949) as Photography
When a friend dies, a gambler adopts his daughter.
49.
Oliver Twist (1948) as Photography
The famed orphan gets caught up in Fagin's criminal band while searching for familial love.
50.
Take My Life (1947) as Photography
51.
Blanche Fury (1947) as Photography
Ambitious poor relation Blanche Fullerton accepts a job as governess from her wealthy cousins who have adopted the name Fury since they acquired the ancestral home of the Fury family. Blanche plots to become the lady of the manor but her illicit passion for the vengeful, obsessed Philip Thorn sets off a string of tragic events, including murder.
52.
Great Expectations (1946) as Photography
A mysterious benefactor finances a young boy's education.
53.
Carnival (1946) as Photography
54.
The Way to the Stars (1945) as Photography 2nd Unit (2nd Unit)
A young flyer deals with the strains of wartime service and survivors' guilt during World War II.
55.
Immortal Battalion (1944) as Photography
A hopeless battalion becomes a top fighting unit in WWII Africa.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

56.
Pimpernel Smith (1941)
This is a modernized version of the Scarlet Pimpernel theme. Howard plays a character who while seeming very unassuming, rescues victims of Nazi persecution during World War II.

Director (feature film)

57.

Cast (short)

58.
CINDERELLA NAMED ELIZABETH, A (1965)
Describes how Elizabeth Hartman was auditioned and chosen for the part of Selina in "A Patch of Blue."

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