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Guy Hamilton (I) (1922–2016)


Typically British stiff-upper-lip war dramas and action adventure laced with moments of sophisticated comedy were Guy Hamilton's trademark. The son of a British diplomat, Hamilton spent most of his youth with his family in France, seemingly destined to be groomed for a career in the diplomatic service. Growing up, he became enthralled with French ... See full bio »

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Nominated for 1 BAFTA Film Award. Another 1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »

Known For

Goldfinger
Goldfinger Director
(1964)
Live and Let Die
Live and Let Die Director
(1973)
Diamonds Are Forever
(1971)

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Other Works:

DVD commentaries on the following "James Bond" films: The Man with the Golden Gun (1974), Live and Let Die (1973), Diamonds Are Forever (1971), Goldfinger (1964). See more »

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Personal Quote:

On directing Sean Connery in Diamonds Are Forever (1971): "You don't tell Sean Connery how to play James Bond!" See more »

Trivia:

He was originally hired to direct Superman (1978), when the film was scheduled to film in Italy. Marlon Brando refused to work in Italy and insisted the production be moved to England. For this and other reasons the production was moved to England, and Hamilton, a "tax exile" who he could only be in England for thirty days a year, had to drop out and was replaced by Richard Donner. See more »

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