Michael Relph


Producer

About

Birth Place
England, GB

Biography

Began his career as an art director and moved into producing in the late 1940s. Relph was a frequent collaborator--as producer, co-producer and/or co-director--with Basil Dearden. Son of actor George Relph (1888-1960)....

Biography

Began his career as an art director and moved into producing in the late 1940s. Relph was a frequent collaborator--as producer, co-producer and/or co-director--with Basil Dearden. Son of actor George Relph (1888-1960).

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

Desert Mice (1959)
Director
Davy (1958)
Director
Mad Little Island (1958)
Director
The Ship That Died Of Shame (1956)
Director
The Square Ring (1955)
Director
Out of the Clouds (1954)
Director
I Believe in You (1951)
Director
Saraband for Dead Lovers (1948)
Director

Writer (Feature Film)

The Assassination Bureau (1969)
Screenwriter
Masquerade (1965)
Screenwriter
Woman of Straw (1964)
Screenwriter
A Place to Go (1963)
Screenplay
Man in the Moon (1961)
Screenwriter
The Ship That Died Of Shame (1956)
Screenwriter

Producer (Feature Film)

Heavenly Pursuits (1986)
Producer
An Unsuitable Job For a Woman (1983)
Producer
Scum (1979)
Executive Producer
The Man who Haunted Himself (1970)
Producer
The Assassination Bureau (1969)
Producer
Walk in the Shadow (1966)
Producer
Masquerade (1965)
Producer
Woman of Straw (1964)
Producer
All Night Long (1963)
Producer
The Mind Benders (1963)
Producer
A Place to Go (1963)
Producer
Victim (1962)
Producer
The Secret Partner (1961)
Producer
Man in the Moon (1961)
Producer
The League of Gentlemen (1961)
Producer
Sapphire (1959)
Producer
The Smallest Show on Earth (1957)
Producer
The Ship That Died Of Shame (1956)
Producer
The Square Ring (1955)
Producer
Who Done It? (1955)
Producer
Out of the Clouds (1954)
Producer
The Rainbow Jacket (1954)
Producer
Cage Of Gold (1950)
Producer
Frieda (1947)
Producer

Art Director (Feature Film)

The Assassination Bureau (1969)
Production Design
All Night Long (1963)
Production Design
Saraband for Dead Lovers (1948)
Art Director

Film Production - Main (Feature Film)

Torrents Of Spring (1990)
Production Consultant

Production Companies (Feature Film)

The Assassination Bureau (1969)
Company
Woman of Straw (1964)
Company
The Mind Benders (1963)
Company
Victim (1962)
Company

Producer (Special)

Treasure Houses of Britain (1985)
Executive Producer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

League Of Gentlemen, The (1960) - The Liquor IS Genuine Assembling in London's famous Cafe Royal after getting mysterious invitations promising profits, Bryan Forbes (who wrote the screenplay), Terence Alexander, Richard Attenborough, Roger Livesey, Kieron Moore and Norman Bird begin appraising each other, before Jack Hawkins begins to explain, Nigel Patrick arriving late, in the celebrated heist yarn The League Of Gentlemen, 1960.
Woman Of Straw (1964) - I Want A Pretty Nurse Wealthy grouch Charles Richmond (Ralph Richardson), slick nephew Anthony (Sean Connery) and their attitudes are introduced in the opening sequence from director Basil Dearden's Woman Of Straw, 1964, from the Catherine Arley novel, shooting at Audley End House, Saffron Walden, Essex, UK.
Woman of Straw (1964) - To Find A Better Life? We don't quite know it yet but crafty Tony (Sean Connery) is considering whether to bring the sexy new Italian nurse Maria (Gina Lollobrigida), who intended to quit, into a plot against his rich uncle, in Woman of Straw, 1964, directed by Basil Dearden.
Woman of Straw (1964) - Are You Free Of Me? After his wealthy uncle’s outrageous behavior on his yacht caused her to abandon their plot to fleece him and disembark in a Spanish port, vengeful Anthony (Sean Connery) pursues Italian nurse Maria (Gina Lollobrigida, dressed by Dior) and acts rather badly himself, in Basil Dearden’s biting drama from the Catherine Arley novel, Woman Of Straw, 1964.
Woman Of Straw (1964) - A Gross, Clumsy, Vulgar Oaf Shooting on a yacht off Mallorca, now plotting with his nephew (Sean Connery as Anthony) to marry Richmond (Ralph Richardson) for his money, nurse Maria (Gina Lollobrigida) discusses Anthony’s mother, whom Richmond married after driving his brother, Anthony’s father, to suicide, with each of them, in Woman Of Straw, 1964.
League Of Gentlemen, The (1960) - You've Had Callers During director Basil Dearden’s introductions of his troupe of complicated heroes, we meet Roger Livesey as, it seems, a London minister, receiving one of the packages from the ringleader (Jack Hawkins) and dealing with Marie Burke. his landlady, early in The League Of Gentlemen, 1960.
League Of Gentlemen, The (1960) - You're All Crooks Upon assembly of the band, mastermind Hyde (Jack Hawkins) reveals the military and criminal backgrounds of Roger Livesey, Richard Attenborough, Bryan Forbes (also the screenwriter), Nigel Patrick, Kieron Moore and Terence Alexander, in The League Of Gentlemen, 1960, directed by Basil Dearden.
League Of Gentlemen, The (1960) - People Are Greedy By way of introducing Richard Attenborough, as mechanic-type Lexy, at a shop in Queens’ Gate Place Mews, visited by his (uncredited) dad and a bird, confirmed as part of the scheme by the paperback in his drawer, in director Basil Dearden’s beloved caper The League Of Gentlemen, 1960.
Victim (1961) - I'd Rather Know Than Guess Barrister Farr (Dirk Bogarde), investigating a homosexuality scandal in which he's implicated, arrives home to wife Laura (Sylvia Syms), who reveals her own suspicions, in Victim, 1961, directed by Basil Dearden.
Victim (1961) - A Law Which Sends Homosexuals To Prison Rising barrister Farr (Dirk Bogarde) is summoned before the very crafty Inspector Harris (John Barrie), making delicate inquiries about possible blackmail, in director Basil Dearden's Victim, 1961.
Victim (1961) - Between You And The Blackie When Eddy (Donald Churchill) arrives with an incriminating photo, Barrister Farr (Dirk Bogarde) realizes his culpability in the suicide of their mutual friend, in director Basil Dearden's Victim, 1961.
Mind Benders, The (1963) - The Physics Of The Soul Following the suicide of Oxford professor Sharpey (Harold Goldblatt), military intelligence officer Hall (John Clements), who suspects he was a spy, is shown a film of his experiments in sensory deprivaton, with a first appearance by Dirk Bogarde as Longman, in The Mind Benders, 1963.

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Family

George Relph
Father
Actor. Born 1888, died 1960.

Bibliography