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Charles Chilton (1917–2013)

Charles Chilton was born on June 15, 1917 in Bloomsbury, London, England as Charles Frederick William Chilton. He was a producer and writer, known for Oh! What a Lovely War (1969), Songs for the Times (1964) and Aces High (1976). He was married to Penelope Colbeck. He died on January 2, 2013 in Hampstead, London. See full bio »

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Aces High Music Department
Dig This Rhubarb Producer


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 1964-1966 Songs for the Times (TV Series) (producer - 9 episodes)
- The Spirit of '76 (1966) ... (producer)
- The Longhorn (1966) ... (producer)
- Botany Bay (1966) ... (producer)
- London Pilgrimage (1966) ... (producer)
- London's Pleasure Gardens (1966) ... (producer)
 1963-1964 Dig This Rhubarb (TV Series) (associate producer - 14 episodes)
- Episode #1.14 (1964) ... (associate producer)
- Episode #1.13 (1964) ... (associate producer)
- Episode #1.12 (1964) ... (associate producer)
- Episode #1.11 (1964) ... (associate producer)
- Episode #1.10 (1964) ... (associate producer)
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His musical, "Oh What a Lovely War," was performed at the Michael Redgrave Theatre in Farnham, Surrey, England with Susan Bovell, Sue Elgin, Joan Moon, Rosemary Williams, Richard Cordery, and Christopher Bramwell in the cast. David Horlock was director. See more »

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Charles Chiltern

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He was awarded an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) in the 1976 Queen's Honours List for his services to radio. He will be remembered for his conscientious approach to a broad range of subjects ranging from jazz to science fiction. See more »

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