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Piers Haggard enjoyed great success as a director due to his unique perspective of the world. Haggard's directorial debut included a variety of independent films, such as the John Mills sci-fi fantasy "The Quatermass Conclusion" (1979), "The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu" (1980) starring Peter Sellers and "Venom" (1981). During his career, Haggard directed the television show "Pennies From Heaven" (1979-1980). Haggard's next directing projects were films such as the sci-fi fantasy "The Quatermass Conclusion" (1979) with John Mills, the fantasy "The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu" (1980) with Peter Sellers and the thriller "Venom" (1981) with Klaus Kinski. To expand his directing experience, Haggard also directed some television shows including "Pennies From Heaven" (1979-1980). He continued to work in film in the eighties and the nineties, directing motion pictures like the Imogen Stubbs drama "A Summer Story" (1988). Haggard also directed "A Summer Story" (1988) with Imogen Stubbs. Most recently, Haggard directed "The Shell Seekers" (2007-08).
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