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Alastair McIntyre (I) (1927–1986)

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(age 59) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Room at the Top
Room at the Top Sound Department
Repulsion Editor
Whistle Down the Wind
Whistle Down the Wind Sound Department
Dance of the Vampires


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 1964 Escape by Night (dubbing editor)
 1962 The Quare Fellow (dubbing editor - as Alistair McIntyre)
 1962 Burn, Witch, Burn (sound effects)
 1961 Whistle Down the Wind (dubbing editor)
 1961 The Mark (dubbing editor)
 1961 I Like Money (sound editor)
 1960 The Millionairess (sound editor)
 1960 Make Mine Mink (sound editor)
 1960 The Angry Silence (dubbing editor)
 1959 This Other Eden (sound editor - as Alistair McIntyre)
 1959 SOS Pacific (sound editor)
 1959 Left Right and Centre (dubbing editor)
 1959 Room at the Top (dubbing editor)
 1958 Nowhere to Go (sound editor)
 1958 Desert Patrol (dubbing editor)
 1958 Dunkirk (sound editor)
 1957 All at Sea (sound editor - as Alistair McIntyre)
 1957 The Shiralee (sound editor)
 1957 Decision Against Time (sound editor)
 1956 The Third Key (sound editor)
 1956 The Gentle Touch (sound editor)
 1956 Who Done It? (sound editor)
 1955 PT Raiders (assistant sound editor - uncredited)
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Alternate Names:

Alistair McIntyre

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[on Roman Polanski]: His enthusiasm is infectious. He'll hammer a nail into the floor better than the carpenter - I think that at first this was partly because, when he came over here and made "Repulsion", he knew hardly any English at all, and it was easier to show someone how he wanted the job done than to explain verbally.

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