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Guido Coen (1915–2010)

Guido Coen was born in 1915 in Milan, Italy. He was a producer and writer, known for Baby Love (1968), The Pleasure Lovers (1959) and Jungle Street Girls (1960). He died in October 2010 in England. See full bio »

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in Milan, Italy

Died:

(age 95) in England, UK

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 1976 Intimate Games (producer)
 1972 Au Pair Girls (producer)
 1972 Burke & Hare (producer)
 1971 One Brief Summer (producer)
 1968 Baby Love (producer)
 1967 The Penthouse (executive producer)
 1963 Panic (producer)
 1962 Strongroom (producer)
 1961 Dangerous Afternoon (producer)
 1960 Operation Cupid (producer)
 1960 Jungle Street Girls (producer)
 1959 Strictly Confidential (producer)
 1959 The Pleasure Lovers (producer)
 1958 Murder Reported (producer)
 1958 The Woman Eater (producer)
 1957 Kill Her Gently (producer)
 1957 The End of the Line (producer)
 1957 Date with Disaster (producer)
 1957 The Man Without a Body (producer)
 1957 There's Always a Thursday (producer)
 1956 Behind the Headlines (producer)
 1955 The Hornet's Nest (producer)
 1955 One Jump Ahead (producer)
 1954 The Golden Link (producer)
 1954 Meet Mr. Callaghan (producer)
 1950 She Shall Have Murder (producer)
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Came to England in 1929 and, after wartime internment on the Isle of Man, worked with Filippo del Guidice as company secretary of Two Cities Films. Subsequently formed own production company, Coenda Films. Became executive director of Twickenham Studios, which he joined in 1959 until his retirement in 1999.

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