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Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Sound ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Director (feature film)

1.
Love Letters and Live Wires (2008)
A compilation of eight short films made between 1936 and 1939 to showcase the range of the UK General Post Office's output in order to promote the various services and illustrate the communications revolution of the 1930s.
2.
What a Carve Up! (1962) as Director
Ernie's uncle Gabriel has just died but to claim his inheritance he must spend the night in the ancestral home with the rest of his relatives. Before long the guests begin to drop dead.
3.
Virgin Island (1960) as Director
Evan and Tina want to live their lives differently. They go to live on an island. Tina's mother is concerned about her daughter's future. There is smuggling going on on the island.
4.
Feminine Touch, The (1955) as Director
5.
Something Money Can't Buy (1952)
A British Army Officer returns to civilian life after WWII. He finds that his wife is running a successful employment agency so he must become a "house husband". He doesn't find this at all easy, so he gets together with some of his ex-army pals and they try to start a catering company.
6.
Encore (1952) as Dir of "The Ant and the Grasshopper"
Three stories by W. Somerset Maugham reveal the strangeness of the human character.
7.
White Corridors (1951)
The scene is Yeoman's Hospital, set in the English Midlands, soon after the NHS was founded. Sophie Dean, a young and gifted surgeon, is torn between her love for pathologist Dr Neil Mariner, and a prestigous post in London. Mariner's research is on penicillin-resistant infection, and whilst drawing blood from a young boy with septicaemia, he inadvertently infects himself. The boy dies, and Neil becomes seriously ill - his experimental serum might save him, and he asks Sophie to give him the serum if there is no other hope - but if she does,she could be charged with manslaughter if Neil dies. Fortunately he is saved, and Sophie decides her future is with Neil. The film is by turns humorous, moving and dramatic with superb attention to detail. It is the archetype of medical dramas right up to the present day.
8.
First Days, The (1939) as Director

Cast (feature film)

9.
The Prodigal (1955) as Lion
Biblical story of a young man led astray by an evil priestess.
10.
Singin' in the Rain (1952) as
A silent-screen swashbuckler finds love while trying to adjust to the coming of sound.
11.
Singin' in the Rain (1952) as
A silent-screen swashbuckler finds love while trying to adjust to the coming of sound.
12.
Easter Parade (1948) as Specialty dancer in "Stepping Out with My Baby" seq
When his partner leaves him, a vaudeville star trains an untried performer to take her place, finding love in the process.
13.
Ziegfeld Follies (1946) as Dancer
Legendary showman Flo Ziegfeld imagines the kind of Follies he could produce with MGM's musical stars.
14.
Over 21 (1945) as Officer candidate's wife
When a newspaper editor enlists during World War II service, his wife has to run interference with his boss.

Writer (feature film)

15.
Rabbit in the Moon, The (1999) as Screenwriter
Film is part documentary, part memoir and personal essay - weaving together facts, reflections and impressions about the meaning and lingering effects of the World War II internment on the Japanese-American community. It does not present the Japanese-Americans as model citizens in the camps, but as
16.
Virgin Island (1960) as Screenwriter
Evan and Tina want to live their lives differently. They go to live on an island. Tina's mother is concerned about her daughter's future. There is smuggling going on on the island.

Editing (feature film)

17.
Rabbit in the Moon, The (1999) as Editor
Film is part documentary, part memoir and personal essay - weaving together facts, reflections and impressions about the meaning and lingering effects of the World War II internment on the Japanese-American community. It does not present the Japanese-Americans as model citizens in the camps, but as
18.
English Patient, The (1996) as Associate Editor
Set in North Africa and Italy during the late 1930's and early '40's, "The English Patient" is an epic drama of two haunting love stories that unfolds against a background of international upheaval. Through the prism of war, and of love and friendship, various themes -- of fidelity, adultery, nationality and betrayals -- are dramatized and explored. The story, based on Michael Ondaatje's Booker Prize-winning novel, is told elliptically, through the histories of four characters who find themselves in a ruined monastery in Italy at the end of World War II. Slowly they reveal themselves and, in the process, the true identity of the English patient -- the unknown survivor of a plane shot down over the Sahara who lies dying in the monastery -- is made clear. Passion fires these stories, whether it is the raw passion between lovers, or the compulsive passion which drives men to explore remote and inhospitable regions, or to pursue across time and countries those they think have wronged them.
19.
Nixon (1995) as Dialogue Editor
The controversial president struggles to maintain his integrity and sanity in a shifting political landscape.
20.
Secret Garden, The (1993) as Dialogue Editor
The story is based on Burnett's 1911 novel, about an orphaned girl who discovers a secret garden in her uncle's home, into which she is adopted. The girl, Mary Lennox, learns about life with the help of her young cousin, a boy who has been hidden away.

Sound (feature film)

21.
Jarhead (2005)
A dramatic chronicle of the Gulf War as seen through the eyes of a young Marine.
22.
K-19: The Widowmaker (2002)
Inspired by a true story, a tale which follows Captain Alexi Vostrikov who, at the height of the Cold War, is ordered to take over command of the nuclear missile submarine K-19, pride of the Soviet Navy. His assignment: Prepare the K-19 for sea and take her out on patrol--no matter what the cost. Bu
23.
Autumn in New York (2000) as Supervising Sound Editor
The unlikely love story of a 40 year old womanizing restaurant owner and a 19 year old girl who is dying of a heart tumor.
24.
The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999) as Supervising Sound Editor
A con artist infiltrates a playboy's glamorous life.
25.
Bug's Life, A (1998) as Sound Effects Editor (Skywalker Sound/A Division Of Lucas Digital)
A misfit ant goes on a mission to save his colony from grasshoppers and recruits a collection of inept circus bugs to help him.
26.
Newton Boys, The (1998) as Supervising Sound Editor
Over the course of five years (1919-1924) the Newton Boys, a group of brothers, were the most successful bank and train robbers in North America, traveling from Texas to Toronto without ever firing a fatal gunshot. Willis Newton is the eldest brother who is determined to improve the fortunes of the
27.
Hercules (1997) as Sound Effects Editor
The story of the half man half god hero, Hercules, and his battles with the Titans and Hades.
28.
English Patient, The (1996) as Supervising Sound Editor
Set in North Africa and Italy during the late 1930's and early '40's, "The English Patient" is an epic drama of two haunting love stories that unfolds against a background of international upheaval. Through the prism of war, and of love and friendship, various themes -- of fidelity, adultery, nationality and betrayals -- are dramatized and explored. The story, based on Michael Ondaatje's Booker Prize-winning novel, is told elliptically, through the histories of four characters who find themselves in a ruined monastery in Italy at the end of World War II. Slowly they reveal themselves and, in the process, the true identity of the English patient -- the unknown survivor of a plane shot down over the Sahara who lies dying in the monastery -- is made clear. Passion fires these stories, whether it is the raw passion between lovers, or the compulsive passion which drives men to explore remote and inhospitable regions, or to pursue across time and countries those they think have wronged them.
29.
Toy Story (1995) as Sound Effects Editor
Woody, a traditional pull-string talking cowboy, has long enjoyed a place of honor as the favorite among six-year-old Andy's menagerie of toys. Quick to calm their anxieties about being replaced by newer arrivals, Woody finds his own confidence shaken, and his status as top toy in jeopardy, upon the
30.
Celluloid Closet, The (1995) as Sound
From comic sissies to lesbian vampires, from pathetic queens to sadistic predators, Hollywood has both reflected and defined how we think about homosexuality--and what it means to be a man or woman. With clips from over 100 Hollywood movies and interviews with many of the filmmakers and actors who c
31.
At Play In The Fields Of The Lord (1991) as Sound Effects Editor
Set in the 1970s, the story reflects on a group of Presbyterian missionaries and two American pilots/gun-runners in the Amazon, and how their intentions affect the world around them. Film focuses on the pilots' efforts to bomb a tribe of Indians off their land until one of the pilot's Indian herita
32.
Cadillac Man (1990) as Additional Sound Editor
One disasterous week in the life of a Queens car salesman who's involved with three women, and is in jeopardy of losing his job, sanity, and life.
33.
Unbearable Lightness of Being, The (1988) as Sound Effects Editor
During the 1968 Russian invasion of Czechoslovakia, a womanizer visiting the West must choose between freedom, or returning to his wife in Soviet-occupied Prague.
34.
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (1988) as Sound Effects Editor
Freddy Benson is a low-rent huckster. When they decide that the French Riviera isn't big enough for the both of them, they make a bet: They'll compete for the favors of an American soap heiress, and the loser will have to leave town for good.
35.
Mosquito Coast, The (1986) as Sound Effects Editor
Allie Fox and his wife take their family to Central America to build a paradise that doesn't take.
36.
Blue Velvet (1986) as Sound Editor
A small-town boy unearths a world of corruption when he stumbles upon a severed ear.
37.
The Right Stuff (1983) as Sound Effects Editor
The first astronauts fight for their place in space.
38.
Apocalypse Now (1979) as Sound Editor
An Army captain travels to Cambodia during the Vietnam War to terminate a renegade officer.
39.
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (1975)
A small-time criminal fakes insanity in hopes of doing easy time in a mental hospital.
40.
Godfather, Part II, The (1974) as Sound Montage Associate
Continuing saga of the Corleone family as they move to Nevada and make the casino business their major income source under the leadership of the increasingly paranoid and malevolent Michael, whose reign as the "Don" is juxtaposed against the parallel tale of his father's escape from Sicily as a young boy and his subsequent rise to power in New York's Lower East Side during the turn-of-the-century.

Film Production - Main (feature film)

41.
Whore (1991) as Transportation Coordinator
24 hours in the life of a L.A. street walker.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

42.
Celluloid Closet, The (1995)
From comic sissies to lesbian vampires, from pathetic queens to sadistic predators, Hollywood has both reflected and defined how we think about homosexuality--and what it means to be a man or woman. With clips from over 100 Hollywood movies and interviews with many of the filmmakers and actors who c
43.
Godfather, Part II, The (1974)
Continuing saga of the Corleone family as they move to Nevada and make the casino business their major income source under the leadership of the increasingly paranoid and malevolent Michael, whose reign as the "Don" is juxtaposed against the parallel tale of his father's escape from Sicily as a young boy and his subsequent rise to power in New York's Lower East Side during the turn-of-the-century.

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