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Michael Relph (1915–2004)

British producer/director Michael Relph, the son of stage actor George Relph, graduated from Bembridge School and became apprenticed to Alfred Junge at Gaumont Pictures in 1932. He was also a stage designer and art director, often working for Michael Balcon. In 1942 he became the chief art director at Ealing Studios, and in 1946 became a producer ... See full bio »

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 1989 Torrents of Spring (consulting producer)
 1986 The Gospel According to Vic (producer)
 1982 An Unsuitable Job for a Woman (producer)
 1979 Scum (executive producer)
 1970 The Man Who Haunted Himself (producer)
 1969 The Assassination Bureau (producer)
 1965 Masquerade (producer)
 1964 Woman of Straw (producer)
 1963 A Place to Go (producer)
 1963 The Mind Benders (producer)
 1962 Walk in the Shadow (producer)
 1962 All Night Long (producer)
 1961 Victim (producer)
 1961 The Secret Partner (producer)
 1960 Man in the Moon (producer)
 1960 The League of Gentlemen (producer)
 1959 Sapphire (producer)
 1958 Violent Playground (producer)
 1957 Big Time Operators (producer)
 1956 Who Done It? (producer)
 1955 PT Raiders (producer)
 1955 Out of the Clouds (producer)
 1954 The Rainbow Jacket (producer)
 1953 The Square Ring (producer)
 1952 The Gentle Gunman (producer)
 1952 I Believe in You (producer)
 1951 Pool of London (associate producer)
 1950 Cage of Gold (associate producer)
 1950 The Blue Lamp (associate producer)
 1949 Train of Events (associate producer)
 1949 Kind Hearts and Coronets (associate producer)
 1948 Saraband (associate producer)
 1947 Frieda (associate producer)
 1946 The Captive Heart (associate producer)
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His career in films began in 1933 working as an assistant art director with Michael Balcon, who was working as an art director for MGM-British and Warner Brothers. In 1942 Relph joined Ealing as chief art director, working mainly on Basil Dearden's films. He was a producer and occasional writer. After producing Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949), he began his long, prolific partnership with Dearden,... See more »

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