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David Hughes (XVII) (1930–2005)

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A writer who collaborated on a number of then-wife Mai Zetterling's controversial directing efforts of the late 60s and early 70s, including Loving Couples (1964) (aka "Loving Couples"), Doctor Glas (1968), The Girls (1968) (aka "The Girls") and Visions of Eight (1973).

Died:

(age 74) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Loving Couples
(1964)
The Girls
The Girls Writer
(1968)
Doctor Glas
Doctor Glas Writer
(1968)
Night Games
Night Games Writer
(1966)

Filmography

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 1972 Omnibus (TV Series documentary) (1 episode)
 1968 The Girls (writer)
 1968 Doctor Glas (writer)
 1966 Night Games
 1963 The War Game (Short) (script)
Hide Hide Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (2 credits)
 1968 The Girls (still photographer)
 1964 Loving Couples (still photographer)
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Trivia:

A writer who collaborated on a number of then-wife Mai Zetterling's controversial directing efforts of the late 60s and early 70s, including Loving Couples (1964) (aka "Loving Couples"), Doctor Glas (1968), The Girls (1968) (aka "The Girls") and Visions of Eight (1973).

Star Sign:

Leo

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