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Guy Green

Guy Green

  • Postmark For Danger (1955) September 17 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
  • Light In The Piazza (1962) November 02 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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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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1929:
Worked as a clapper boy for advertising films
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Went into partnership as a portrait photographer
1933:
Returned to working in the film industry
1935:
First credit as director of photography, "The Immortal Swan"
1942:
First screen collaboration with David Lean, as camera operator on "In Which We Serve"
1947:
Shot David Lean's "Great Expectations"; won Best Cinematography Oscar
1948:
Served as cinematographer for Lean's "Oliver Twist"
1954:
Film director "River Boat"
1955:
Co-wrote and directed "Portrait of Alison/Postmark for Danger"
1961:
Helmed "The Mark", featuring Stuart Whitman as a ex-con
1965:
Wrote and directed the social drama "A Patch of Blue", co-starring Sidney Poitier, Elizabeth Hartman and Shelley Winters
1975:
Directed the soapy "Once Is Not Enough"
1977:
Final film, "The Devil's Advocate"
1978:
First TV-movie, "The Incredible Journey of Doctor Meg Laurel" (CBS)
1986:
Helmed the syndicated miniseries "Arthur Hailey's 'Strong Medicine'"

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