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George Pollock (I) (1907–1979)

George Pollock was born on March 27, 1907 in Leicester, Leicestershire, England, UK. He was an assistant director and director, known for Brief Encounter (1945), Great Expectations (1946) and Murder Most Foul (1964). He died on December 22, 1979 in Thanet, Kent, England, UK. See full bio »

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Known For

Brief Encounter Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1945)
Great Expectations Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
(1946)
Murder Most Foul Director
(1964)
Murder She Said Director
(1961)

Filmography

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 1961 Invasion Quartet (assistant director)
 1961 The Secret Partner (assistant director)
 1957 Dangerous Exile (assistant director)
 1954 The Beachcomber (assistant director)
 1953 The Little Kidnappers (assistant director)
 1953 Personal Affair (assistant director)
 1953 Malta Story (assistant director)
 1953 Project M7 (assistant director)
 1952 The Hour of 13 (assistant director - uncredited)
 1952 Something Money Can't Buy (assistant director)
 1951 Island Rescue (assistant director)
 1951 White Corridors (assistant director)
 1951 The Browning Version (assistant director)
 1950 Five Angles on Murder (assistant director)
 1950 Madeleine (assistant director)
 1949 The Third Man (second unit director - uncredited)
 1949 The Passionate Friends (assistant director)
 1948 Oliver Twist (assistant director)
 1948 Blanche Fury (assistant director)
 1947 Take My Life (assistant director)
 1946 Great Expectations (assistant director)
 1945 Brief Encounter (assistant director)
 1945 Johnny in the Clouds (assistant director)
 1945 Blithe Spirit (assistant director)
 1944 This Happy Breed (assistant director)
 1943 Adventure for Two (assistant director)
 1942 Spitfire (assistant director)
 1941 He Found a Star (assistant director)
 1941 'Pimpernel' Smith (assistant director)
 1941 This England (assistant director)
 1940 Law and Disorder (assistant director)
 1940 Gaslight (assistant director)
 1939 Flying Fifty-Five (assistant director)
 1938 Second Thoughts (assistant director)
 1938 Who Goes Next (assistant director)
 1937 Calling All Ma's (assistant director)
 1937 Passenger to London (assistant director - as Geo. Pollock)
 1937 Landslide (assistant director - as G. Pollock)
 1936 Rhythm in the Air (assistant director)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

G. Pollock | Geo. Pollock
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Trivia:

Former assistant and second unit director, in films from 1933. He was best known for directing the quartet of Miss Marple films, starring Margaret Rutherford, 1960-1964.

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