Ronald Neame

Ronald Neame (b. 1911, London, U.K.) left school early to work for an oil company before his mother, an actress, got him a job at the Elstree Studios where he was assistant director to Alfred Hitchcock on Blackmail (1929). He worked as director of photography and producer. His directorial debut film was Take my Life (1947). He directed Sir Alec Guinness in three films: The Card (1952), The Horse’s Mouth (1958), and Tunes of Glory (1960). Eclectic and versatile, he directed I Could Go on Singing (1963), a musical and the last film Judy Garland would appear in, Tunes of Glory, an antimilitary satire, and The Poseidon Adventure (1972), a disaster film.

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