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Anthony Havelock-Allan (1904–2003)

Anthony Havelock-Allan produced some of the best known and critically acclaimed films of British cinema, including In Which We Serve (1942), Brief Encounter (1945), Blithe Spirit (1945) and Great Expectations (1946). The films were commercial triumphs for Two Cities and Cineguild production companies, making Havelock-Allan one of the most ... See full bio »


(age 98) in London, England, UK

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Nominated for 3 Oscars. Another 1 win & 2 nominations. See more awards »

Known For

Romeo and Juliet Producer
Brief Encounter Producer
Ryan's Daughter Producer


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 1970 Ryan's Daughter (producer)
 1968 Romeo and Juliet (producer)
 1968 Up the Junction (producer)
 1967 The Mikado (producer)
 1965 Othello (producer)
 1962 The Quare Fellow (producer)
 1958 Orders to Kill (producer)
 1954 Chance Meeting (producer)
 1952 Tonight at 8:30 (producer)
 1951 Never Take No for an Answer (producer)
 1951 Never Take No for an Answer (producer)
 1950 Shadow of the Eagle (producer)
 1949 The Interrupted Journey (producer)
 1948 The Hideout (producer)
 1948 Blanche Fury (producer)
 1947 Take My Life (producer)
 1946 Great Expectations (executive producer)
 1945 Brief Encounter (producer - uncredited)
 1942 In Which We Serve (associate producer)
 1942 Unpublished Story (producer)
 1939 Shadows of the Underworld (producer)
 1939 Me and My Girl (producer)
 1939 Continental Express (producer)
 1939 Stolen Life (associate producer)
 1938 A Spot of Bother (producer)
 1938 Lightning Conductor (producer)
 1938 This Man Is News (producer)
 1938 Incident in Shanghai (executive producer - as Anthony Havelock Allan)
 1937 Holiday's End (producer)
 1937 Lancashire Luck (producer)
 1937 Mr. Smith Carries On (producer)
 1937 Missing, Believed Married (producer)
 1937 The Last Curtain (executive producer)
 1937 Night Ride (executive producer - as A. Havelock-Allan)
 1937 The Fatal Hour (producer)
 1937 Museum Mystery (producer)
 1937 The Cavalier of the Streets (producer)
 1937 Cross My Heart (producer)
 1936 The Scarab Murder Case (producer)
 1936 Show Flat (producer)
 1936 Grand Finale (producer)
 1936 Murder by Rope (producer)
 1936 Pay Box Adventure (producer)
 1936 House Broken (producer)
 1936 Two on a Doorstep (producer)
 1936 Wednesday's Luck (producer)
 1936 Love at Sea (producer - uncredited)
 1936 The Secret Voice (producer)
 1936 The Belles of St. Clements (producer)
 1936 Ticket of Leave (producer)
 1935 Gentlemen's Agreement (producer)
 1935 Expert's Opinion (producer)
 1935 Checkmate (producer - uncredited)
 1935 Lucky Days (producer)
 1935 Cross Currents (producer)
 1935 The Mad Hatters (producer)
 1935 School for Stars (producer)
 1935 Jubilee Window (producer)
 1935 Once a Thief (producer)
 1935 The Village Squire (producer)
 1935 Key to Harmony (producer)
 1935 The Price of Wisdom (producer - uncredited)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Anthony Havelock Allan | Anthony Havelock | A. Havelock-Allan | Sir Anthony Havelock-Allan | Anthony Havelock-Allen | Sir Anthony Havelock-Allen

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[on "Meet Me Tonight", 1952]: It was directed by Anthony Pelissier, who had many different talents,but none of them big enough to make a real impact.


Became 4th Baronet on his brother's death in 1975. See more »

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