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John Duncan (VI) (1937–2016)

John Duncan was born in 1937 in Northumberland, England. He was a producer and director, known for BBC 3 (1965), Queenie's Castle (1970) and Dear Mother... ...Love Albert (1969). He died on February 22, 2016. See full bio »

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(age 79)

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Known For

BBC 3
BBC 3 Producer
(1965-1966)
Queenie's Castle
Queenie's Castle Producer
(1970-1972)
Dear Mother... ...Love Albert
(1970-1971)
On the House
On the House Producer
(1970-1971)

Filmography

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 1972-1974 Leeds (TV Series) (producer - 5 episodes)
- Le Prix de Leeds (1974) ... (producer)
- Leeds Athletic (1974) ... (producer)
- The Play's the Thing (1973) ... (producer)
- Deadline Leeds (1973) ... (producer)
- Return to Leeds (1972) ... (producer)
 1974 My Old Man (TV Series) (producer - 7 episodes)
- Episode #1.7 (1974) ... (producer)
- Episode #1.6 (1974) ... (producer)
- Episode #1.5 (1974) ... (producer)
- Episode #1.4 (1974) ... (producer)
- Episode #1.3 (1974) ... (producer)
 1973 Sez Les (TV Series) (executive producer - 2 episodes)
- Episode #7.7 (1973) ... (executive producer)
- Episode #7.1 (1973) ... (executive producer)
 1973 Hey Brian! (TV Series) (executive producer - 6 episodes)
- Episode #1.6 (1973) ... (executive producer)
- Episode #1.5 (1973) ... (executive producer)
- Episode #1.4 (1973) ... (executive producer)
- Episode #1.3 (1973) ... (executive producer)
- Episode #1.2 (1973) ... (executive producer)
 1970-1972 Queenie's Castle (TV Series) (executive producer - 18 episodes)
- The Patter of Tiny Feet (1972) ... (executive producer)
- Mr Faintheart (1972) ... (executive producer)
- England Expects (1972) ... (executive producer)
- The One That Got Away (1972) ... (executive producer)
- New Broom (1972) ... (executive producer)
 1970-1972 His and Hers (TV Series) (executive producer - 19 episodes)
- Outback (1972) ... (executive producer)
- Diet (1972) ... (executive producer)
- Libel (1972) ... (executive producer)
- Driving (1972) ... (executive producer)
- Interference (1972) ... (executive producer)
 1971 All This, and Christmas Too! (TV Movie) (executive producer)
 1970-1971 Dear Mother... ...Love Albert (TV Series) (executive producer - 13 episodes)
- De Profundis (1971) ... (executive producer)
- Lost Weekend (1971) ... (executive producer)
- Hold Up, it's a Hand Up (1971) ... (executive producer)
- Raquel (1971) ... (executive producer)
- The Compulsive Gambler (1971) ... (executive producer)
 1971 Keep It in the Family (TV Series) (executive producer - 6 episodes)
- The Dinner (1971) ... (executive producer)
- Happy Event (1971) ... (executive producer)
- The Suit (1971) ... (executive producer)
- Captain Angus (1971) ... (executive producer)
- Four Into Three Won't Go (1971) ... (executive producer)
 1970-1971 On the House (TV Series) (executive producer - 12 episodes)
- Will the Real Harvey Micklethwaite Please Stand Up? (1971) ... (executive producer)
- Are You Giving Me the Business? (1971) ... (executive producer)
- The Wettest Day of the Year (1971) ... (executive producer)
- Take Me to Your Leader (1971) ... (executive producer)
- Treasure Trove (1971) ... (executive producer)
 1971 The More We Are Together (TV Series) (executive producer - 6 episodes)
- Don't Invite Crime (1971) ... (executive producer)
- Two Singles to Paradise (1971) ... (executive producer)
- Crumpet Voluntary (1971) ... (executive producer)
- I Love Little Pussy (1971) ... (executive producer)
- Baby Vanishes (1971) ... (executive producer)
 1971 Mr. Digby Darling (TV Series) (executive producer - 3 episodes)
- Contest (1971) ... (executive producer)
- Wives (1971) ... (executive producer)
- Safe Breakers (1971) ... (executive producer)
 1970 Never Say Die (TV Series) (executive producer - 6 episodes)
- The Gamblers (1970) ... (executive producer)
- The New Sister (1970) ... (executive producer)
- The Criminal (1970) ... (executive producer)
- The Party (1970) ... (executive producer)
- Goodbye Mr. Bridge (1970) ... (executive producer)
 1970 Albert and Victoria (TV Series) (executive producer - 6 episodes)
- Lovers' Quarrel (1970) ... (executive producer)
- Suspicion (1970) ... (executive producer)
- The Curse of the Aching Tooth (1970) ... (executive producer)
- The Gothic Church (1970) ... (executive producer)
- The Secret of the Attic (1970) ... (executive producer)
 1970 Shine a Light (TV Series) (executive producer - 6 episodes)
- Two's a Crowd (1970) ... (executive producer)
- The Chips Are Down (1970) ... (executive producer)
- The Great Relief (1970) ... (executive producer)
- The Robinson Mutiny (1970) ... (executive producer)
- Red Letter Day (1970) ... (executive producer)
 1970 Inside George Webley (TV Series) (producer - 6 episodes)
- The Light Is Dark Enough (1970) ... (producer)
- A Muse of Fire (1970) ... (producer)
- Brief Encounter (1970) ... (producer)
- A Lovesome Thing (1970) ... (producer)
- A Lean and Hungry Look (1970) ... (producer)
 1967-1968 Contrasts (TV Series) (producer - 4 episodes)
- Bold Nash (1968) ... (producer)
- Take on Craig (1968) ... (producer)
- Dan Leno, Hys Book (1968) ... (producer)
- McLuhan Tutorial (1967) ... (producer)
 1965-1966 BBC 3 (TV Series) (associate producer - 24 episodes)
- Episode #1.24 (1966) ... (associate producer)
- Episode #1.23 (1966) ... (associate producer)
- Episode #1.22 (1966) ... (associate producer)
- Episode #1.21 (1966) ... (associate producer)
- Episode #1.20 (1966) ... (associate producer)
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Show Show Writer (1 credit)
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He co-founded the satirical magazine Private Eye, with Richard Ingrams and Paul Foot. See more »

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