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Brazil Camera and Electrical Department
Time Bandits Camera and Electrical Department
Midnight Express Camera and Electrical Department
The Meaning of Life Camera and Electrical Department


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 1986 Link (gaffer)
 1985 Brazil (gaffer electrician)
 1984 Arthur's Hallowed Ground (TV Movie) (gaffer)
 1983 The Crimson Permanent Assurance (Short) (gaffer)
 1983 The Meaning of Life (gaffer - segment "The Crimson Permanent Assurance")
 1982 Brimstone & Treacle (gaffer)
 1982 The Sender (gaffer)
 1981 Shock Treatment (gaffer)
 1981 Time Bandits (gaffer)
 1979 The Human Factor (chief electrician)
 1979 Life of Brian (chief electrician)
 1978 Midnight Express (electrician)
 1977 The Haunting of Julia (gaffer)
 1975 Flame (gaffer)
 1973 A Delicate Balance (best boy)
 1973 The Blockhouse (gaffer - uncredited)
 1973 O Lucky Man! (best boy - uncredited)
 1972 The Pied Piper (best boy - uncredited)
 1971 And Now for Something Completely Different (best boy - uncredited)
 1970 Ryan's Daughter (chief electrician)
 1969 Sophie's Place (electrician - uncredited)
 1969 Where's Jack? (best boy - uncredited)

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In his commentary in the Criterion edition of The Life of Brian (1979), Eric Idle mentions that Monty Python's "sparks" (electricians), especially Roy Rodhouse, were the inspiration for the character of Mr. Cheeky.

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