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Philip Strick (–2006)

Philip Strick was a producer, known for The Amazing Years of Cinema (1976), An Edwardian Childhood (1975) and The BBC2 Film Competition (1983). He died on October 7, 2006. See full bio »


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The BBC2 Film Competition Himself - Judge
Everyman Himself


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 1976 The Amazing Years of Cinema (TV Mini-Series documentary) (producer - 1 episode)
- The Monsters (1976) ... (producer)
 1975 An Edwardian Childhood (TV Movie) (executive producer)
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 1986 Everyman (TV Series documentary)
- The True Story of Frankenstein (1986) ... Himself
 1983 The BBC2 Film Competition (TV Mini-Series)
Himself - Judge
- Heat 4: Experimental Films (1983) ... Himself - Judge
- Heat 3: Cartoons and Animations (1983) ... Himself - Judge

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[on "The Illustrated Man", 1969]: A curiously passionless affair, efficient enough, meaty enough, but without poetry, without charm, without beauty. Bradbury, too, has his faults, but they were never these. See more »


Philip Strick was a British film critic. He once worked for a company specializing in the distribution of feature films on 16mm. for use by film societies, and, perhaps as a result, became the film clubs correspondent for "Films And Filming" magazine in 1966.

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