Harry Booth

Harry Booth (born in London, England), is a film director, film producer, screenwriter and editor. He began his film career in 1941.

Booth debuted as a director with the war documentary Blitz on Britain (1960). His subsequent films included A King's Story (1965),[1] which was nominated for an Academy Award.[2]

Booth's work on television included directing 14 episodes of Here Come the Double Deckers (1970-1971), a children's series.[1]

Filmography

Director

Editorial department

  • Rockshow - assistant editor (1980)
  • The Avengers post-production coordinator (12 episodes, 1968–1969)
  • Visit to Spain TV episode (supervising editor) (1962)

Sound department

  • Robin Hood: The Movie (1991) (V) (dubbing editor)

Writer

Editor

Composer

References

  1. Walker, Craig (2011). On The Buses: The Complete Story. Andrews UK Limited. ISBN 978-1-907792-16-8. Retrieved 28 November 2019.
  2. "("A King's Story" search results)". Academy Awards Database. Retrieved 28 November 2019.
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