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John Sutro (1903–1985)

John Sutro was born on April 23, 1903 in London, England. He was a producer and production manager, known for The Way Ahead (1944), Men of Two Worlds (1946) and The Taming of Dorothy (1950). He died on June 18, 1985 in Monte Carlo, Monaco. See full bio »


(age 82) in Monte Carlo, Monaco

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 1951 Cheer the Brave (producer)
 1950 Honeymoon Deferred (producer)
 1950 The Taming of Dorothy (producer)
 1949 Children of Chance (producer)
 1946 Carnival (producer - uncredited)
 1946 Men of Two Worlds (producer)
 1944 The Way Ahead (producer)
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 1949 The Glass Mountain (executive in charge of production)
 1941 49th Parallel (production manager - uncredited)
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 1967 The Fearless Vampire Killers (translator)
 1966 Cul-De-Sac (translator)
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 1925 The Scarlet Woman: An Ecclesiastical Melodrama (Short)
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Sutro receives a screen credit as translator in Roman Polanski's Cul de Sac (1966). (There are mentions of Sutro in Michael Powell's two volumes of autobiography including a reference to his 'lovely French wife.'). See more »

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