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Jim Elderton

Jim has worked in England, Hollywood, Europe, Canada and New Zealand. He cut his film teeth with the BBC at the famous Ealing Studios on the first season of Dr. Who. There he also assisted with the Ken Russell documentaries on the BBC's signature arts programme Monitor. He left the BBC to become an editor, and edited his first feature movie. Also ... See full bio »

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Known For

Horror Planet
Horror Planet Sound Department
(1981)
Catweazle
Catweazle Sound Department
(1970)
Terror
Terror Editor
(1978)
Urgh! A Music War
(1981)

Filmography

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 1981 Horror Planet (sound editor)
 1970 Catweazle (TV Series) (sound editor - 13 episodes)
- The Trickery Lantern (1970) ... (sound editor)
- The Wisdom of Solomon (1970) ... (sound editor)
- The Flying Broomsticks (1970) ... (sound editor)
- The House of the Sorcerer (1970) ... (sound editor)
- The Demi Devil (1970) ... (sound editor)
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 1984 Warbirds Air Display (Documentary short)
 1981 Urgh! A Music War (Documentary)
 1980 The Errand (Short)
 1979 Spaced Out
 1978 Terror
 1976 A Small Miracle (Short)
 1975 Handle Him with Care (Documentary short)
 1974 Concrete Practice: Formwork (Documentary short)
 1968 Look at Life: Mini and Mod (Documentary short)

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