Eric Till


Biography

A versatile film director, Eric Till built an impressive career throughout his lifetime. Till's early work in directing consisted of various films, including the Peter Ustinov comedy "Hot Millions" (1968), "The Walking Stick" (1970) and the comedy "A Fan's Notes" (1972) with Jerry Orbach. He also appeared in the John Alderton drama "It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet" (1975), the adventure...

Biography

A versatile film director, Eric Till built an impressive career throughout his lifetime. Till's early work in directing consisted of various films, including the Peter Ustinov comedy "Hot Millions" (1968), "The Walking Stick" (1970) and the comedy "A Fan's Notes" (1972) with Jerry Orbach. He also appeared in the John Alderton drama "It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet" (1975), the adventure "All Things Bright And Beautiful" (1978) with John Alderton and the Alan Arkin comedy "Improper Channels" (1979). Recently, Till directed "The Challengers" (1993) and "The Girl Next Door" (1998). Most recently, Till directed "Luther" (2003) with Joseph Fiennes.

Life Events

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Walking Stick, The (1970) - Open, Underground Atmospheric and crowded, no dialogue but much action in London scenes with opening credits from The Walking Stick, 1970, from Winston Graham's novel, starring Samantha Eggar and David Hemmings.
Walking Stick, The (1970) - Stuff From The River London artist Leigh (David Hemmings) has brought reclusive polio victim Deborah (Samantha Eggar) home from an art party, early in director Eric Till's The Walking Stick, 1970, from a Winston Graham novel.
Walking Stick, The (1970) - Are You A Good Painter? Polio sufferer Deborah (Samantha Eggar) meets chatty artist Leigh (David Hemmings) at a London art party, early in director Eric Till's The Walking Stick, 1970, from a novel by Winston Graham.
Hot Millions - I Believe It Was Hitler Paroled con man Pendleton (co-screenwriter Peter Ustinov), posing as "Smith," his first interview with American big-shot Kemper (Karl Malden), bluffing computer expert Gnatpole (Bob Newhart) with newly-acquired technical jargon, in Hot Millions, 1968.
Hot Millions - When's Coffee Break? Co-screenwriter Peter Ustinov, as con-man Pendleton, his scam underway, and Patty (Maggie Smith), who have flats in the same house, are surprised to meet at work, Karl Malden their boss, early in Hot Millions, 1968.
Hot Millions - Not A Moth Man Con-man Pendleton (co-writer Peter Ustinov), fresh from prison, having scammed his way into a posh London club, contrives to persuade an erratic computer expert (Robert Morley) to disappear, early in Hot Millions, 1968.
Hot Millions - Wormwood Scrubs At what appears to be the real Wormwood Scrubs prison in west London, co-screenwriter Peter Ustinov (as "Pendleton"), Peter Jones as the prison governor, parting ways, the irresistible opening from Hot Millions, 1968.

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