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Also Known As: James Holt Died: February 14, 1971
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Birth Place: Palestine Profession: director, actor, producer, editor, assistant editor

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Began his career as an assistant editor at the Ealing studios before establishing himself as a deft technician in the horror and suspense genres in the late 1950s and early 60s. Holt's promising career, like that of his brother-in-law Robert Hamer, was derailed by alcohol-related problems.

Began his career as an assistant editor at the Ealing studios before establishing himself as a deft technician in the horror and suspense genres in the late 1950s and early 60s. Holt's promising career, like that of his brother-in-law Robert Hamer, was derailed by alcohol-related problems.

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  Danger Route (1968) Director
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  The Nanny (1965) Director
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  Station Six--Sahara (1964) Director
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  Scream of Fear (1961) Director
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  Nowhere to Go (1959) Director
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  Titfield Thunderbolt, The (1953) 2nd Unit Director (2nd Unit)

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1944:
Assistant editor for Ealing
1955:
Became associate producer
1958:
Debut as director with "Nowhere to Go"

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brother-in-law:
Robert Hamer. Director.

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