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Michael Keatering (1918–2000)

Edward Craven-Walker was an industrialist who had served as a squadron leader during World War II. In 1960, he invented the "Astro Lamp" (known in the United States as a "Lava Lamp" or "Lava Lite"). Over seven million have been sold throughout the world, and Walker manufactured them from his factory in Bournemouth, in the south of England. At the ... See full bio »

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 1963 Eves on Skis (Short)
 1961 Sunswept
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 1963 Eves on Skis (Short) (producer)
 1961 Sunswept (producer)
 1961 Traveling Light (producer)
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 1995 Naturism UK (Video) (as Craven Walker)
 1963 Eves on Skis (Short)
Narrator (as Edward Craven Walker)
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 1961 Sunswept (underwater photographer)
 1961 Traveling Light (cinematographer: underwater sequences)
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 1963 Eves on Skis (Short) (commentary written by - as Craven Walker)
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 1995 Doing Rude Things (TV Special)
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Edward Craven-Walker | Craven Walken | Craven Walker | Edward Craven Walker

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