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Anthony Squire (1914–2000)


Son of poet Sir Jack Squire. See more trivia »


(age 86) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Doublecross Director
Power for All
Power for All Director
Mr. Selkie
Mr. Selkie Director
The Island of Adventure


Hide Hide Show Show Director (15 credits)
 1985 Neptune's Children (TV Series)
 1979 Mr. Selkie
 1974 Facets of Glass (Documentary short)
 1972 Four Men Went to Sea (Documentary short)
 1957-1960 The Adventures of Robin Hood (TV Series) (8 episodes)
- The Debt (1960)
- Knight Errant (1958)
- Carlotta (1957)
 1959 Mission in Morocco (english version)
 1959 William Tell (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- The Bandit (1959)
- The Avenger (1959)
 1957 Sword of Freedom (TV Series) (6 episodes)
- Vespucci (1957)
- The Pagan Venus (1957)
- Chart of Gold (1957)
 1956 The Adventures of Sir Lancelot (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- The Black Castle (1956)
 1956 Doublecross
 1951 Power for All (Documentary short)
 1951 The Changing Face of Europe (Documentary) (segment "1 "Power for All")
 1949 The Gates of Power (Short)
Show Show Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (12 credits)
Show Show Writer (8 credits)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (3 credits)
Show Show Location management (1 credit)
Show Show Producer (1 credit)

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Personal Quote:

I tended to get stuck with the second-unit label, which I've never been able to shake. I've done a few films on my own, but nothing terrific.


As a World War II flying-boat pilot, and afterwards as writer and director with the RAF Film Unit, he was the ideal man to direct the flying sequences in Breaking the Sound Barrier (1952). See more »

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