Person    | Male  Born 17/4/1923  Died 20/8/1994

Lindsay Anderson

Categories: Cinema, Theatre

Countries: France, India

Film and theatre director, critic and writer, ‘This sporting Life', ‘If', ‘The Whales of August', awarded the 1955 Oscar for Best Documentary Short.
Born India, died France.

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Lindsay Anderson

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Lindsay Anderson

Commemorating the centenary of cinema 1996. Lindsay Anderson (1923-1994), fi...

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Blithe Spirit

Blithe Spirit

Written by Noel Coward this play, first performed in Manchester in 1941, moved in 1942 to The Duchess Theatre where it was performed 1997 times, a record at the time. It was filmed by David Lean i...

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Harry H. Corbett OBE

Harry H. Corbett OBE

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Person, Cinema, Humour, TV & Radio, Burma

1 memorial
Sir David Hare

Sir David Hare

Playwright, screenwriter and director. Born in St Leonards-on-Sea. Best known for his stage plays including 'Plenty', 'Racing Demon' and 'Amy's View'. He has also written the scripts for many telev...

Person, Cinema, Theatre

1 memorial
Ivor Novello

Ivor Novello

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Person, Cinema, Music / songs, Theatre, Wales

2 memorials
James Williamson

James Williamson

British film pioneer.  Born in Fife, raised in Edinburgh.  Came south as a master chemist. Became interested in photography and X-ray photography.  1896 he introduced the first programme of films t...

Person, Cinema, Scotland

1 memorial