|The Spirit of Stanford||Actor||Cliff Bonnard||7|
|Perils of the Royal Mounted||Actor||Sergeant MacLane||7|
|Night Editor||Actor||Doc Cochrane||7|
|Smith of Minnesota||Actor||n/a||7|
|The Times Square Story||1949 1948 - 1949||Director||n/a||4|
|Never Love a Stranger||1958||Director||n/a||4|
|The Big Caper||1957||Director||n/a||4|
|I Thank a Fool||1961||Director||n/a||4|
|In the Cool of the Day||1963||Director||n/a||4|
|The Defenders||1965 1957 - 1965||Director||n/a||4|
|Alfred Hitchcock Presents||1965 1955 - 1965||Director||n/a||4|
|Playhouse 90||1965 1955 - 1965||Director||n/a||4|
|Don't Look Back||1981 1980 - 1981||Associate Producer||n/a||1|
|Dear John||1989 1955 - 1965, 1988 - 1989||Producer||supervising producer||3|
|Gilligan's Island||1967 1964 - 1967||Writer||n/a||1|
|Turned to TV and scripted 15 shows and directed over a hundred for Ford Theatre, The Playhouse of the Stars, General Electric Theatre, Cavalcade of America and Gunsmoke|
|Returned to feature filmmaking working for Walt Disney|
|Brought to US to work for David O. Selznick (who never used him and loaned him out, primarily to RKO until 1949)|
|Debut as film producer, "The Ware Case" (also director)|
|Saw his first film at age 22 (date approximate)|
|Solo directing debut, "Tudor Rose/Nine Days a Queen"|
|Sent by Gaumont-British to supervise ventures with UFA and to serve as dialogue director for French film, "The Battle"|
|Worked for US War Department as a producer and joined Signal Corps under Frank Capra; as captain saw overseas duty on the Italian front|
|Worked for Paramount-British Newsreel before joining Michael Balcon's Gainsborough and Gaumont-British studios; wrote story synopses and reviewed films on the side|
|Made first US film, "Tom Brown's Schooldays"|
|First film as co-director (with Jack Hulbert), "Falling For You"|
|Ursula Henderson||Wife||Married from 1963 till his death 1989|
|Frances Howard||Wife||Second wife|
|Anna Lee||Wife||Met in Libyan desert on film "The Camels Are Coming" (1934)|
|Venetia Stevenson||Daughter||mother Anna Lee; formerly married to Don Everly; mother of Erin Everly (born c. 1966)|
|St John's College, University of Cambridge|
|University of Cambridge|
|Won the John Bernard Seely Prize for aerodynamics (1926).|
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