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Gus Agosti (–1998)

Gus Agosti was an assistant director, known for Ben-Hur (1959), The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957) and Thunderball (1965). He died on May 22, 1998 in Italy. See full bio »


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Hide Hide Show Show Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (33 credits)
 1979 Game for Vultures (first assistant director)
 1979 Meetings with Remarkable Men (first assistant director)
 1976 The Message (first assistant director)
 1974 The God King (assistant director)
 1971 Le Mans (first assistant director)
 1970 His Name Was Madron (assistant director)
 1970 The Kremlin Letter (first assistant director)
 1968 Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (assistant director)
 1967 Doctor Faustus (assistant director)
 1967 The Bobo (assistant director)
 1967 The Honey Pot (assistant director)
 1965 Thunderball (assistant director)
 1965 The Agony and the Ecstasy (assistant director)
 1962 Swordsman of Siena (second assistant director)
 1962 Sodom and Gomorrah (first assistant director)
 1961 Romanoff and Juliet (assistant director)
 1960 The World of Suzie Wong (assistant director)
 1960 Playgirl After Dark (assistant director)
 1959 Ben-Hur (assistant director)
 1958 Ice Cold in Alex (assistant director)
 1957 The Bridge on the River Kwai (assistant director)
 1957 Fire Down Below (assistant director)
 1956 Port Afrique (assistant director)
 1956 Charley Moon (assistant director)
 1956/I Keep It Clean (assistant director)
 1956 Helen of Troy (assistant director)
 1954 Tonight's the Night (assistant director)
 1954 They Who Dare (first assistant director)
 1953 I Chose Love (assistant director)
 1952 Mr. Potts Goes to Moscow (assistant director)
 1952 The Crimson Pirate (assistant director)
 1949 For Them That Trespass (assistant director)
 1948 My Brother Jonathan (second assistant director - uncredited)
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