Carmen Dillon


Art Director

Biography

Filmography

 

Art Director (Feature Film)

The Omen (1976)
Art Director
In This House of Brede (1975)
Art Director
Love Among the Ruins (1975)
Art Director
Butley (1974)
Art Director
Lady Caroline Lamb (1972)
Art Direction
The Go-Between (1971)
Art Director
Sinful Davey (1969)
Art Director
Otley (1969)
Art Director
A Dandy in Aspic (1968)
Art Director
Accident (1967)
Art Director
Gypsy Girl (1966)
Art Director
The Battle of the Villa Fiorita (1965)
Art Director
The Chalk Garden (1964)
Art Director
The Swingin' Maiden (1963)
Art Director
Roommates (1962)
Art Director
The Naked Edge (1961)
Art Director
Watch Your Stern (1961)
Art Director
Beware of Children (1961)
Art Director
Carry On Constable (1961)
Art Director
Kidnapped (1960)
Art Director
Sapphire (1959)
Art Direction
A Tale of Two Cities (1958)
Art Director
The Prince and the Showgirl (1957)
Art Director
The Iron Petticoat (1956)
Art Director
Simon and Laura (1956)
Art Direction
Doctor in the House (1955)
Art Direction
Doctor at Sea (1955)
Art Direction
Rob Roy: The Highland Rogue (1954)
Production Design
The Sword and the Rose (1953)
Art Director
The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men (1952)
Art Director
Hamlet (1948)
Art Director
Demi-Paradise (1943)
Art Director

Costume-Wardrobe (Feature Film)

Richard III (1955)
Costume Designer
Henry V (1944)
Costumes

Art Department (Feature Film)

The Browning Version (1951)
Set Decorator

Production Designer (Feature Film)

The Corn Is Green (1979)
Production Designer
Julia (1977)
Production Designer
The Nelson Affair (1973)
Production Designer
Richard III (1955)
Production Designer
Henry V (1944)
Production Designer

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Hamlet (1948) - Bended Their Light To Me Jean Simmons as Ophelia, daughter of the adviser to the possibly murdered king, entirely in her voice-over and pantomime with the prince, (director and star Laurence Olivier) reporting, in fact to his enemies, on his visit, in the acclaimed 1948 production of Hamlet.
Hamlet (1948) - To Be Or Not To Be Laurence Olivier with his take on a well-known speech, famously mixed between oratory and voice-over, becoming the first actor ever to direct himself to an Academy Award, in Hamlet, 1948.
Hamlet (1948) - Murder Most Foul With camera flourishes by Desmond Dickinson, director and star Laurence Olivier meets his father's ghost, the voice performed by Olivier with various sound treatments, in the 1948 Best Picture winner, Shakespeare's Hamlet.
Hamlet (1948) - This Is The Tragedy The star and director narrates the opening, guard Francisco (John Laurie) relieved by Bernardo (Esmond Knight), joined by Marcellus (Anthony Quayle) and Horatio (Norman Wooland), in Laurence Olivier's 1948 production of Hamlet.
Dandy In Aspic, A - Nice Balance Called-in spy Eberlin (Laurence Harvey) shares emnity with colleague Brogue (Calvin Lockhart) and hidden Gatiss (Tom Courtenay), in a shooting gallery in A Dandy in Aspic, 1968, from Derek Marlowe's novel.
Richard III (1955) - Lady Anne Richard (star and director Laurence Olivier) informs Lady Anne (Claire Bloom) that he's murdered her husband, then proceeds to seduce her, in Alexander Korda's 1955 production of Richard III.
Richard III (1955) - Now is the Winter... Laurence Olivier directs himself in this portion of his stirring delivery of Richard-Gloucester's famous speech in Shakespeare's Richard III, 1955.

Bibliography