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Bruce Sharman

Bruce Sharman was born on December 22, 1929 in Amersham, Buckinghamshire, England. He is an assistant director and production manager, known for Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977), Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return to Oz (1985). See full bio »

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Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
Return to Oz
Return to Oz Production Manager
The Dark Crystal
The Dark Crystal Producer


Hide Hide Show Show Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (4 credits)
 1965/I She (assistant director)
 1964 The Human Jungle (TV Series) (assistant director - 1 episode)
- The Man Who Fell Apart (1964) ... (assistant director)
 1964 Espionage (TV Series) (assistant director - 4 episodes)
- A Tiny Drop of Poison (1964) ... (assistant director)
- Castles in Spain (1964) ... (assistant director)
- Final Decision (1964) ... (assistant director)
- Never Turn Your Back on a Friend (1964) ... (assistant director)
 1962-1964 The Saint (TV Series) (assistant director - 18 episodes)
- The Saint Sees It Through (1964) ... (assistant director)
- The Ever-Loving Spouse (1964) ... (assistant director)
- Sophia (1964) ... (assistant director)
- The Romantic Matron (1964) ... (assistant director)
- The Benevolent Burglary (1963) ... (assistant director)
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Show Show Location management (2 credits)
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His theatre credits include: various roles in "King John" by William Shakespeare , directed by Michael Benthall (Old Vic Theatre, London, 1953)

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