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Sir Carol Reed

Sir Carol Reed Sir Carol Reed
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Sir Carol Reed film director lived here, 1948 - 1978.

This is the home where he died, 2 years earlier than the plaque would have it.

Site: Sir Carol Reed (1 memorial)

SW3, Kings Road, 213

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Sir Carol Reed

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Sir Carol Reed

Born Daisyfield, West Hill, Wandsworth. Film director, best known for The Thi...

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