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Ralph Lee (II)

Ralph Lee is a producer and director, known for The Real .... (1998), Pythonland (1999) and Deep Water (2006). See full bio »

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The Real ....
The Real .... Producer
Pythonland Producer
Deep Water
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 2008 Independent Lens (TV Series documentary) (executive producer - 1 episode)
- Deep Water (2008) ... (executive producer)
 2001-2003 The Real .... (TV Series documentary) (producer - 2 episodes)
- John Curry (2003) ... (producer)
- James Hunt (2001) ... (producer)
 1999 Pythonland (TV Movie) (producer)
 1999 Python Night: 30 Years of Monty Python (TV Movie documentary) (assistant producer)
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 2006 Deep Water (Documentary) (executive producer)
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 2001-2003 The Real .... (TV Series documentary) (2 episodes)
- John Curry (2003)
- James Hunt (2001)
 2002 Hackers: Outlaws and Angels (TV Movie documentary)
 2000 'The Simpsons': America's First Family (TV Special documentary)
 1999 Pythonland (TV Movie)
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 2014 Benefits Britain: The Debate (TV Movie)
Himself - Channel 4
 2014 This Morning (TV Series)
- Episode dated 13 January 2014 (2014) ... Himself
 2014 Newsnight (TV Series)
Himself - Head of Factual Programmes, Channel 4
- Episode dated 9 January 2014 (2014) ... Himself - Head of Factual Programmes, Channel 4

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