Director of such films as 'Holiday Camp' (1947), 'Here Come the Huggetts' (1948), 'Miranda' (1948), 'Broken Journey' (1948), 'Vote for Huggett' (1949), 'Landfall' (1949), 'The Huggetts Abroad' (1949), 'Quartet' (1949), 'Double Confession' (1950), 'Trio' (1950), 'Hotel Sahara' (1951), 'The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men' (1952), 'The Planter's Wife' (1952), 'The Sword and the Rose' (1953), 'You Know What Sailors Are' (1954), 'The Seekers' (1954), 'Value for Money' (1955), 'Three Men in a Boat' (1956), 'Loser Takes All' (1956), 'Across the Bridge' (1957), 'Nor The Moon by Night' (1958), 'Third Man on the Mountain' (1959), 'Swiss Family Robinson' (1960), 'The Hellions' (1961), 'Very Important Person' (1961), 'The Longest Day' (1962), 'Crooks Annonymous' (1962), 'The Fast Lady' (1962), 'The Informers' (1964), 'Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines' (1965), 'Battle of the Bulge' (1965), 'The Long Duel' (1967), Biggest Bundle of Them All' (1968), 'Monte Carlo or Bust' (1969), 'Call of the Wild' (1972), 'Paper Tiger' (1975), 'Murder at the Mardi Gras' TV (1978), 'The Pirate' TV (1978), 'Institute for Revenge' TV (1979), 'The Fifth Musketeer' (1979), 'Cheaper to Keep Her' (1980), 'The Pirate Movie' (1982), 'New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking' (1988) and 'Genghis Khan' (1995).
The following people participated in this documentary.
Sir John Mills, James Fox, Stuart Whitman, Robert Wagner, Stanley Baxter, Beau Bridges, Leslie Phillips, Dinah Sheridan, Richard Todd, Sarah Miles, James MacArthur, Eric Sykes, Hazel Court, Glynis Johns and Sir Peter Ustinov
Cinematographers: Guy Green, Jack Cardiff, Christopher Challis and Alan Hume
Editor: Anne V. Coates
Producer: Euan Lloyd
Production Manager: David Anderson
This documentary has been completed and edited. "All rights releases" have been obtained from each of the above people who participated in this documentary.
The above documentary is available for licencing/private viewing on DVD from Henderson’s Film Industries.