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David Thomson (III) (1941–1988)

David Thomson was born in 1941 in London, England. He was an actor and writer, known for Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin (2003), Edge of Outside (2006) and Brando (2007). He was married to Lucy Gray and Martina Mayne. He died in February 1988. See full bio »

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[on current Hollywood directors] Mostly born in the 1940s, they are of an age still to be our great directors, but they have yielded to a generation of new kids who do what the money demands. You see, we don't have great directors anymore. The computer makes our movies. Its efficient anonymity is the new style. See more »

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Curator of the 60 Years of Berlinale retrospective "Play It Again...!" in 2010. See more »

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