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John Monck (1908–1999)

John Monck was born on January 24, 1908 in Rottingdean, East Sussex, UK as John Goldman Monck Goldman. He was an editor and director, known for Wavell's 30,000 (1942), Forty Million People (1939) and Temptation (1934). He died on May 8, 1999 in Newbury, Berkshire, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Wavell's 30,000
(1942)
Forty Million People
(1939)
Temptation
Temptation Production Manager
(1934)
Night and Day
Night and Day Editor
(1932)

Filmography

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 1934 Man of Aran (Documentary) (as John Goldman)
 1932 Night and Day (as John Goldman)
 1931 Michael and Mary (as John Goldman)
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 1939 Forty Million People (Documentary short)
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 1940 Miss Knowall (Short) (writer)
 1939 Forty Million People (Documentary short) (writer)
Hide Hide Show Show Production manager (1 credit)
 1934 Temptation (supervisor: English version - as John Goldman)
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 1935 Oidhche Sheanchais (Short) (creative consultant)
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 1978 How the Myth Was Made: A Study of Robert Flaherty's Man of Aran (Documentary)
Himself (uncredited)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

John Goldman
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

He began work in the film industry under the name John Goldman in 1928, changing his name by deed poll to John Monck in 1938.

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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