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Relph, Michael (1915-2004)

Film & TV credits

Film Credits
Who Killed John Savage1937art director
Many Tanks Mr. Atkins1938art director
Mr. Satan1938art director
They Drive by Night1938art director
Glamour Girl / Love Insurance1938art director
Everything Happens to Me1939art director
The Foreman Went to France / Somewhere in France1942draughtsperson
Went the Day Well? / 48 Hours1942-10assistant art director
The Greek Testament1943art director
The Halfway House1943art director
The Bells Go Down1943art director
My Learned Friend1943art director
They Came to a City1944art director
Champagne Charlie1944art director
Dead of Night1945art director
The Captive Heart / Lovers' Meeting1946associate producer; art director
Frieda1947associate producer; production designer
The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby / Nicholas Nickleby1947art director
Saraband for Dead Lovers / Saraband1948associate producer; production designer
The Blue Lamp1949associate producer
Kind Hearts and Coronets / Noblesse Oblige1949associate producer
Train of Events1949associate producer
Cage of Gold1950associate producer; production designer
Pool of London1950associate producer
I Believe in You1951director; producer; screenplay
The Gentle Gunman1952producer
The Square Ring1953producer
Out of the Clouds1954producer; screenplay
The Rainbow Jacket / Newmarket Heath1954producer
The Ship That Died of Shame / PT Raiders 1955producer; screenplay by
"Who Done It?"1956producer
The Smallest Show on Earth1957producer
DavyUK/US, 1957director
The Violent Playground1958producer
Rockets Galore / Mad Little Island1958director
Desert Mice1959director; producer
The League of Gentlemen1960producer
Man in the Moon1960producer; screenplay
The Secret PartnerUS/UK, 1961producer
All Night Long / Night People1961producer; production designer
Life for Ruth / Walk in the Shadow1962producer
A Place to Go1963producer; screenplay by
The Mind Benders1963producer
Woman of Straw1964producer; screenplay
Masquerade / Operation Masquerade / The Shabby Tiger1964producer; screenplay
The Assassination Bureau Limited / The Assassination Bureau1968producer; screenplay; production designer
The Man Who Haunted Himself1970producer; screenplay
Scum1979Executive producer
An Unsuitable Job for a Woman1981producer
Heavenly Pursuits / Just Another Miracle / The Gospel According to Vic 1986producer
Acque di primavera / Torrents of SpringItaly/France, 1989production consultant
Television Credits
Moviemen!: Bryan ForbesITV tx 24/3/1970interviewee
Tuesday's Documentary: The Ealing ComediesBBC1 tx 8/9/1970interviewee
Cinema Now: Two Young Film MakersBBC1 tx 15/1/1973interviewee
Film 81BBC1 tx 19/10/1981interviewee
Omnibus: Made in Ealing: The Story of Ealing StudiosBBC1 tx 2/5/1986interviewee
The Late Show: Britain's Missing Movie HeritageBBC2 tx 30/9/1992interviewee
Hollywood U.K.: British Cinema in the Sixties: A Very British PictureBBC2 tx 19/9/1993interviewee
Hollywood U.K.: British Cinema in the Sixties: The Last WaveBBC2 tx 3/10/1993interviewee