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Chris Gormlie

Chris Gormlie is an editor and director, known for Jethro Tull: Living with the Past (2002), Campaigns of Napoleon (2001) and Lost Treasures of the Ancient World: The Seven Wonders (1999). See full bio »
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 2004 The Campaigns of Napoleon: Napoleonic Wars (Video documentary)
 2001 Leaders in Battle: Julius Caesar (Video documentary)
 2001 Leaders in Battle: Oliver Cromwell (Video documentary)
 2001 Leaders in Battle: The Duke of Marlborough (Video documentary)
 2001 Campaigns of Napoleon (TV Mini-Series documentary)
 2000 Steel Tempest (Video)
 1999 King Lear
 1999 Great Adventurers: Christopher Columbus (Video documentary)
 1999 Great Adventurers: David Livingstone (Video documentary)
 1999 Great Adventurers: Robert Falcon Scott (Video documentary)
 1999 Great Adventurers: Sir Francis Drake (Video documentary)
 1999 Great Adventurers: Sir Walter Raleigh (Video documentary)
 1999 Pillars of Faith: Celtic Saints (Video documentary)
 1999 Pillars of Faith: Martyrs to Christianity (Video documentary)
 1999 Pillars of Faith: New Testament Witnesses (Video documentary)
 1998 Merlin (TV Movie)
 1997 Macbeth
 1997 Hamlet: A Critical Guide (Video documentary short)
 1997 Julius Caesar: A Critical Guide (Video documentary short)
 1997 King Lear: A Critical Guide (Video documentary short)
 1997 Macbeth: A Critical Guide (Video documentary)
 1997 Romeo and Juliet: A Critical Guide (Video documentary short)
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