Arthur Crabtree Movies List

Arthur Crabtree
Arthur Crabtree
Shipley, Yorkshire, England, UK
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Director Arthur Crabtree Filmography

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Horrors of the Black Museum
Director: Arthur Crabtree
Music Director: Gerard Schurmann
Release date: 29-04-1959
Fiend Without a Face
Fiend Without a Face ( English )
Director: Arthur Crabtree , Douglas Hickox
Music Director: Buxton Orr , Peter Davies
Release date: 03-07-1958
Lilli Marlene
Lilli Marlene ( English )
Director: Arthur Crabtree , Clive Midwinter
Music Director: Stanley Black
Release date: 23-07-1951
Quartet ( English )
Director: Ralph Smart , Arthur Crabtree , Ken Annakin , Harold French
Release date: 26-10-1948
Dear Murderer
Dear Murderer ( English )
Director: Arthur Crabtree
Music Director: Benjamin Frankel
Release date: 07-05-1948
They Were Sisters
They Were Sisters ( English )
Director: Arthur Crabtree
Release date: 20-09-1946
Madonna of the Seven Moons
Director: Arthur Crabtree
Release date: 22-01-1945
Fanny by Gaslight
Fanny by Gaslight ( English )
Director: Anthony Asquith
Music Director: Louis Levy
Release date: 02-05-1944
The Man in Grey
The Man in Grey ( English )
Director: Leslie Arliss
Music Director: Cedric Mallabey
Release date: 06-08-1943
Inspector Hornleigh Goes to It
Director: Walter Forde
Music Director: Louis Levy , Charles Williams
Release date: 17-05-1941
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Arthur Crabtree Biography

Arthur Crabtree (29 October 1900, Shipley, Yorkshire, England – 15 March 1975, Worthing, Sussex, England) was a British cinematographer and film director. Crabtree earliest credits as a cinematographer working on such films as the Will Hay comedies Oh, Mr. Porter! and Good Morning, Boys (both 1937) and Hey! Hey! USA! (1938), the Arthur Askey vehicle Charley's (Big-Hearted) Aunt (1940), and The Man in Grey (1943) and Fanny by Gaslight (1944) for Gainsborough Pictures. Crabtree continued his association with Gainsborough as he started his directorial career, beginning with the melodramatic fantasies Madonna of the Seven Moons (1945), starring Phyllis Calvert and Stewart Granger and Caravan (1946). His last two films were Fiend Without a Face (1958) and Horrors of the Black Museum (1959), a science fiction and horror, respectively, both of which have become cult favourites, although the former enjoys a better critical reputation. He also directed episodes of television series such as The Adventures of Robin Hood and The Adventures of Sir Lancelot (both 1956). Description above from the Wikipedia article Arthur Crabtree, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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