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Arthur Calder-Marshall (1908–1992)

Arthur Calder-Marshall was born on August 19, 1908. He was a writer, known for Forgotten Island (1947), The World Is Rich (1947) and The Last Shot (1946). He was married to Ara Calder-Marshall. He died on April 17, 1992. See full bio »



(age 83)

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Known For

The Last Shot Writer


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 1969 Chronicle (TV Series documentary) (writer - 1 episode)
- No Ordinary Monk (1969) ... (writer)
 1951 The Marshall Plan at Work in Great Britain (Documentary short) (as Arthur Calder Marshall)
 1949 The Sardinian Project (Documentary short)
 1947 Forgotten Island (Documentary)
 1947 The World Is Rich (Documentary)
 1946 The Bridge (Documentary short)
 1946 The Last Shot (Short)
 1946 The Way from Germany (Documentary short) (commentary - as A. Calder Marshall)
 1945 The Star and the Sand (Documentary short)
 1944 Road to Moscow (Documentary short) (story)
 1944 Bon Voyage (Short) (idea - uncredited)
 1942/II Night Shift (Documentary short)
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 1969 Chronicle (TV Series documentary)
Self - Presenter
- No Ordinary Monk (1969) ... Self - Presenter
 1956 The Brains Trust (TV Series)
Self - Panellist
- Episode #1.55 (1956) ... Self - Panellist

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Other Works:

Book: "The Great Century of the Lady". See more »

Alternate Names:

A. Calder Marshall | Arthur Calder Marshall


Ara Calder-Marshall  (1 child)

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When Orson Welles first arrived in Hollywood in 1939, he proposed, among other projects, a film version of Calder-Marshall's novel "The Way To Santiago", and wrote a first-draft screenplay based on it. This film was never made. Around eighty years later, Calder-Marshall's grandson Tom Burke played Welles in the film "Mank". See more »


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