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Ralph Thomas (I) (1915–2001)

Educated at Middlesex College, Ralph started working in films as a clapper boy. He gave up on the movie industry in 1934 going to work as a journalist. During WWII he served with the 9th Lancers cavalry regiment. After the war he joined the Rank organisation and soon became one of their directors. See full bio »

Died:

(age 85) in London, England, UK

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(1954)
(1961)
Doctor at Large Director
(1957)
Quest for Love Director
(1971)

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He directed two actors who died on April 26, 1976: Sidney James in The Assassin (1952), The Iron Petticoat (1956), Campbell's Kingdom (1957), The 39 Steps (1959), Carry on Regardless (1961) and Carry on Cruising (1962) and Neil McCallum in Quest for Love (1971). See more »

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