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Ann Skinner

Ann Skinner was born on February 1, 1937 in London, England. She is known for her work on Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977), The Three Musketeers (1973) and Darling (1965). See full bio »

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Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope
The Three Musketeers
The Three Musketeers Miscellaneous Crew
Darling Miscellaneous Crew
Sunday Bloody Sunday
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 1980 Worzel Gummidge (TV Series) (continuity - 1 episode)
- A Cup 'O Tea and a Slice 'O Cake (1980) ... (continuity)
 1979 My Old Man (TV Movie) (script supervisor - as Anne Skinner)
 1979 Boardwalk (continuity)
 1979 Dominique (continuity)
 1978 Magic (script consultant)
 1978 Summer of My German Soldier (TV Movie) (script supervisor)
 1978 The Shout (continuity)
 1977 Silver Bears (continuity)
 1976 The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (continuity)
 1976 The Ritz (continuity)
 1976 Alpha Beta (continuity)
 1976 Robin and Marian (continuity)
 1975 Knots (continuity - as Anne Skinner)
 1975 Lisztomania (continuity)
 1975 Royal Flash (continuity)
 1974 It's Not the Size That Counts (continuity)
 1973 The Three Musketeers (continuity)
 1973 Gawain and the Green Knight (continuity)
 1973 The Hireling (continuity)
 1973 Charley-One-Eye (continuity)
 1973 Divorce His - Divorce Hers (TV Movie) (continuity)
 1972 Young Winston (continuity)
 1972 Under Milk Wood (continuity)
 1971 The Devils (continuity)
 1971 Sunday Bloody Sunday (continuity)
 1970 Leo the Last (continuity)
 1969 Oh! What a Lovely War (continuity)
 1968 Isadora (continuity)
 1968 Inspector Clouseau (continuity)
 1968 Sebastian (continuity)
 1967 Far from the Madding Crowd (continuity - as Anne Skinner)
 1967 The Shuttered Room (continuity)
 1967 The Violent Enemy (continuity - as Anne Skinner)
 1967 The Viking Queen (continuity)
 1966 The Christmas Tree (continuity)
 1966 The Vulture (continuity)
 1966 Modesty Blaise (continuity)
 1965 Darling (continuity)
 1965 Having a Wild Weekend (continuity)
 1964 Man in the Dark (production secretary)
 1964 Seance on a Wet Afternoon (production secretary - uncredited)
 1963 Billy Liar (production secretary - uncredited)
 1962 The L-Shaped Room (production secretary)
 1962 A Kind of Loving (production secretary)
 1961 Whistle Down the Wind (production secretary)
 1961 The Mark (production secretary - uncredited)
 1961 The Terror of the Tongs (production secretary - uncredited)
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