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Anthony Pelissier (1912–1988)

London-born Anthony Pelissier was the son of actress Fay Compton and producer H.G. Pelissier. He became an actor in the 1930s, but soon realized that he was more inclined to making films than appearing in them. In 1937 he got his first screenwriting credit, and remained in that field until his directorial debut in 1949. Though his career as a ... See full bio »

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(age 75) in Eastbourne, England, UK

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Known For

The Rocking Horse Winner
(1949)
The History of Mr. Polly
(1949)
Encore
Encore Director
(1951)

Filmography

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 1968 The Risk Takers (Documentary short)
 1965 Voyage North (Documentary short)
 1956 The Tamer Tamed (TV Movie)
 1955 The Man Who Stroked Cats (TV Short)
 1951 Encore (segment "Winter Cruise")
 1949 The Rocking Horse Winner (as Anthony Pélissier)
 1949 The History of Mr. Polly (as Anthony Pélissier)
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Son of H.G. Pelissier of Pelissier's Follies and Fay Compton. See more »

Nickname:

Tony

Star Sign:

Leo

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