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Peter Cheeseman (1932–2010)

Peter Cheeseman was born on January 27, 1932 in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England. He is known for his work on The Staffordshire Rebels (1966), Second City Firsts (1973) and Armchair Theatre (1956). He was married to Romy Saunders and Joyce Holliday. He died on April 27, 2010 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 78) in London, England, UK

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The Staffordshire Rebels
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Second City Firsts
Armchair Theatre
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 1971 ITV Saturday Night Theatre (TV Series) (producer - 1 episode)
- Anna of the Five Towns (1971) ... (producer - theatrical release)
 1967 Armchair Theatre (TV Series) (producer - 1 episode)
- The Heroism of Thomas Chadwick (1967) ... (producer - theatrical release)
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 1966 The Staffordshire Rebels (TV Movie documentary) (stage director) / (stage producer)
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 1974 Second City Firsts (TV Series) (1 episode)
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 1973 2nd House (TV Series)
- Some Views of the British Theatre (1973) ... Himself
 1966 The Staffordshire Rebels (TV Movie documentary)

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He produced 392 main house productions at the Vic and then New Vic theatres, directing 147 himself. They included 11 musical documentaries using locally based folk musicians. At least one, "The Fight for Shelton Bar," played its part in the temporarily successful campaign to save a local steelworks. The most popular was "The Knotty," the story of the North Staffordshire Railway, revived last year... See more »

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