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Ian Dalrymple

Name  Ian Dalrymple
Role  Screenwriter
Spouse  Rosamund John



Died  March 28, 1989, London, United Kingdom
Awards  Academy Award for Best Writing Adapted Screenplay
Movies  Storm in a Teacup, Pygmalion, Esther Waters, The Citadel, The Divorce of Lady X
Similar People  Victor Saville, Cecil Arthur Lewis, George Bernard Shaw, Tim Whelan, Humphrey Jennings

Ian Dalrymple (26 August 1903 – 28 March 1989) was a British screenwriter, film director, film editor and film producer.

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Biography

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, he was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University. Initially, he worked as an editor at Gaumont-British pictures and Gainsborough Pictures, later turning to screenwriting. During World War II, he was a producer for the Crown Film Unit, the government run agency for information and propaganda films, in particular working, and forming a close friendship, with Humphrey Jennings. Later, Dalrymple worked for MGM-Korda as a producer. He formed Wessex Productions as his own company, making his films at Pinewood Studios.

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He died in London on 28 March 1989.

Selected filmography

  • Balaclava (1928) – as editor
  • Taxi for Two (1929) – as co-writer
  • Symphony in Two Flats (1930) as editor
  • The Ringer (1931) as editor
  • Third Time Lucky (1931) as editor
  • The Man They Couldn't Arrest (1931) as editor
  • Sunshine Susie (1931) as editor
  • Love on Wheels (1932) as editor
  • The Faithful Heart (1932)
  • Marry Me (1932)
  • After the Ball (1932) as editor
  • Channel Crossing (1933)
  • A Cuckoo in the Nest (1933) - as producer
  • Soldiers of the King (1933) - as editor
  • The Good Companions (1933) – as co-writer
  • Jury's Evidence (1935) – as co-writer
  • Turn of the Tide (1935) – as editor
  • South Riding (1937) – as co-writer
  • Storm in a Teacup (1937) – as writer-director
  • Action for Slander (1937) – as co-writer
  • Pygmalion (1938) – as co-writer
  • The Citadel (1938) – as co-writer
  • The Divorce of Lady X (1938) – as co-writer
  • A Window in London (1939) – as co-writer
  • Q Planes (1939) – as co-writer
  • Cheer Boys Cheer (1939) as co-writer
  • French Without Tears (1939) – as co-writer
  • London Can Take It! (1940)
  • Old Bill & Son (1941) – as co-writer and director
  • Pimpernel Smith (1941) – as co-writer
  • Target for Tonight (1941) – as producer
  • Listen to Britain (1942) – as producer
  • Coastal Command (1942) – as producer
  • The Woman in the Hall (1947) – as producer and co-writer
  • Esther Waters (1947) – as producer and director
  • Once a Jolly Swagman (1948) – as producer
  • Dear Mr. Prohack (1949) – as producer and co-writer
  • All Over Town (1949) – as producer
  • Family Portrait (1950) – as producer
  • The Wooden Horse (1950) – as producer
  • The Heart of the Matter (1953) – as producer and co-writer
  • Three Cases of Murder (1954) – as producer and co-writer
  • Raising a Riot (1955) – as producer and co-writer
  • A Hill in Korea (1956) – as co-writer
  • The Admirable Crichton (1957) – as producer
  • A Cry from the Streets (1958) – as Producer
  • Mix Me a Person (1961) – as co-writer
  • References

    Ian Dalrymple Wikipedia


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