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Thorold Dickinson (1903–1984)

Born in Bristol, England, Thorold Dickinson began his film career during the silent era as a writer. He went to work for Ealing in the 1930s, first as an editor and then as a director. He directed or produced military training films during World War II, and after the war he turned out a string of unique and well-received films, such as The Queen ... See full bio »

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(age 80) in London, England, UK

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Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 2 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

Hill 24 Doesn't Answer
(1955)
The Queen of Spades
(1949)
The Next of Kin
The Next of Kin Director
(1942)

Filmography

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 1952 Secret People
 1940 Westward Ho! (Short)
 1940 Gaslight
 1938 Behind the Spanish Lines (Documentary short)
 1938 Spanish A.B.C. (Documentary short)
 1933 Loyalties
 1932 Shikari
Show Show Editor (15 credits)
Show Show Writer (9 credits)
Show Show Producer (6 credits)
Show Show Editorial department (3 credits)
Show Show Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (2 credits)
Show Show Production manager (2 credits)
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Personal Quote:

It's terribly difficult to direct a film you don't want to make ... That's why I've made so few.

Trivia:

Biography in: John Wakeman, editor. "World Film Directors, Volume One, 1890-1945". Pages 241-245. New York: The H.W. Wilson Company, 1987. See more »

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