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Birth Place: Profession: Art Director ...
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Art Director (feature film)

1.
No Blade of Grass (1970) as Art Director
A family tries to escape an environmental holocaust.
2.
Dark of the Sun (1968) as Art Director
A mercenary band fights to get refugees and a fortune in diamonds out of the Congo.
3.
Three Bites of the Apple (1967) as Art Director
A meek tour guide wins a fortune in a Riviera casino and chooses to invest it in Switzerland rather than taking it back to England where the cash would be heavily taxed. He is watched all the while by a scheming gold-digger and her ex-husband who end up chasing the hapless guide all over Europe.
4.
Eye of the Devil (1967) as Art Director
A French nobleman deserts his wife because of an ancient family secret.
5.
The Yellow Rolls-Royce (1965) as Art dir (British seq)
A classic car changes the lives of three sets of owners.
6.
Operation Crossbow (1965) as Art Director
Allied agents go behind enemy lines to destroy a German missile base.
7.
The Americanization of Emily (1964) as Art Director
A British war widow falls for an opportunistic American sailor during World War II.
8.
Children of the Damned (1964) as Art Director
Space invaders impregnate six women with super-powered offspring.
9.
Nine Hours to Rama (1963) as Art Director
"Nine hours to Rama" depicts the life of Nathuram Godse the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi. How Godse planned the assassination is shown in the film. How he became a Hindu activist who (unfairly) blamed Gandhi for the killings of thousands of Hindus by Muslims is revealed in a series of flashbacks.
10.
The Haunting (1963) as Production Design
A team of psychic investigators moves into a haunted house that destroys all who live there.
11.
A Matter of WHO (1962) as Art Director
12.
The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1962) as Art Director
Members of an Argentinian family fight on opposite sides during World War II.
13.
Lisa (1962) as Art Director
A Dutch Jewish who has survived the horror of Auschwitz seeks the aid of a police inspector to leave Holland for Israel.
14.
Invasion Quartet (1961) as Art Director
Four British soldiers infiltrate enemy territory to destroy a strategic artillery placement.
15.
The Secret Partner (1961) as Production Design
A shipping tycoon with a record becomes a suspect when money goes missing from the company vault.
16.
Gorgo (1961) as Art Director
Entrepreneurs capture a giant sea monster not realizing it''''s really an infant with a protective mother.
17.
A Touch of Larceny (1960) as Art Director
To better his lot, a British officer fakes his defection to the Russians so he can sue the press.
18.
The Scapegoat (1959) as Production Design
A man is tricked into trading places with a look-alike nobleman with murderous plans.
19.
I Accuse! (1958) as Art Director
True story of writer Emile Zola''''s defense of Alfred Dreyfus, a Jewish army officer framed by anti-Semites.
20.
The Safecracker (1958) as Art Director
A reformed burglar calls on his criminal skills to aid the war effort.
21.
tom thumb (1958) as Art Director
A six-inch-tall boy takes on a pair of comical crooks.
22.
The Little Hut (1957) as Art Director
A neglected wife is shipwrecked on a desert island with her husband and her would-be lover.
23.
Beyond Mombasa (1957) as Art Director
Cornel Wilde, Donna Reed, Leo Genn, Ron Randell, Christopher Lee, Dan Jackson. Cornel Wilde goes to Africa to help his brother mine uranium but, upon arrival, he discovers that his sibling has been murdered by a quasi-religious cult called The Leopard Men. Or at least that''s what his late brother''s two unscrupulous partners tell him.
24.
Safari (1956) as Art Director
While leading a wealthy couple on safari, a hunter tries to avenge his son''''s murder.

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