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I store away my experiences and don't feel really happy until I've found a way to write about them.
Having had enormous success as a novelist through most of the 1960s, he wanted to move into films at a time when the film industry in Britain was booming. He co-produced two films with his friend Brian Duffy, the well-known photographer; "Only When I Larf" (1968), based on Deighton's novel, was a box-office failure, but Deighton hoped for better from their second film, "Oh! What A Lovely War", ...