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Charles De la Tour (1909–1982)

Charles De la Tour was born on September 27, 1909 in Vancouver, Canada. He was a director and assistant director, known for C.E.M.A. (1942), Impulse (1954) and Farmer Moving South (1952). He was married to Moyra Fessas. He died in July 1982 in East Sussex, England. See full bio »

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(age 72) in East Sussex, England, UK

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C.E.M.A.
C.E.M.A. Director
(1942)
Impulse
Impulse Director
(1954)
Farmer Moving South
(1952)
Cotswold Club
Cotswold Club Director
(1944)

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 1954 Impulse (as Charles de Lautour)
 1952 Farmer Moving South (Short) (as Charles Delautour)
 1944 Cotswold Club (Documentary short) (as Charles de Lautour)
 1942 C.E.M.A. (Short) (as Charles de Lautour)
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 1942 A.1. At Lloyd's (Documentary short) (assistant director - as Charles de Lautour)
 1941 Oxford (Documentary short) (assistant director - as Charles De Latour)
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 1972 The Canterbury Tales
Inn-keeper (uncredited)
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 1942 C.E.M.A. (Short) (as Charles de Lautour)
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Charles De Latour | Charles De Lautour | Charles Delautour | Charles de Lautour
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Father of Frances de la Tour and Andy de la Tour.

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Libra

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