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Elisabeth Lutyens (1906–1983)


The first woman to compose music for a British feature film, Penny and the Pownall Case (1948). See more trivia »

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 1971 Never Go with Strangers (Short)
 1967 Blood Fiend
 1966 Turner (Documentary short)
 1965 The Skull
 1965 Dr. Terror's House of Horrors (as Elizabeth Lutyens)
 1965 Europe by Train (Documentary short)
 1964 The Vital Link (Documentary short)
 1963 Paranoiac
 1960 Off the Beaten Track (Documentary short)
 1960 The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre (TV Series) (1 episode)
 1959 Journey Into the Weald of Kent (Documentary short)
 1958 The Travel Game (Documentary short)
 1956 Any Man's Kingdom (Documentary short)
 1954 Simon (Short)
 1954 The Heart of England (Documentary short)
 1953 They Planted a Stone (Documentary short)
 1953 This Little Ship (Documentary short)
 1952 The Boy Kumasenu (as Elizabeth Lutyens)
 1952 Persian Story (Documentary short)
 1952 The Way to Wimbledon (Documentary short)
 1951 To Be a Woman (Documentary)
 1951 Out of True (Short)
 1946 The Way from Germany (Documentary short)
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Other Works:

Book: "A Goldfish Bowl". London: Cassell. ISBN: 9780304936632 See more »

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Alternate Names:

Elizabeth Lutyens

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Famous English composer, a leading exponent of serial and atonal music. The daughter of architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, she studied at the Royal College of Music in London and later in Paris. Her occasional compositions for screen (often horror films) usually featured a strong percussive element. See more »

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