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Reed, Sir Carol,

1906–76, English film director, b. London. He acted and directed on the stage before turning to films in the mid-1930s. Reed powerfully portrayed characters at the end of their tethers, frequently in a postwar environment, in films such as Odd Man Out (1946), The Fallen Idol (1948), The Third Man (1949), Outcast of the Islands (1951), Our Man in Havana (1959), and Oliver! (1968), for which he won an Academy Award.
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Whether you've been active in the field of the paranormal for decades or are new to the arena, we feel confident that more is out there," said Bay Area intuitive and conference producer, Carol Reed.
Sir Carol Reed directed screen version of musical Oliver
For discussion or analysis of art, understandably, we appreciate expertise, since the lay enthusiast--even a superlative auteur like Carol Reed or John Huston--tends to bungle the job.
The Austrian had been spotted playing in a cafe by director Carol Reed who shipped him over to England.
Odd Man Out was directed by Carol Reed, who also directed The Third Man.
Clockwise from far left: Marilyn Goddard Sawyer, Carol Reed Henry, Donna Treworgy, Marilyn Meagher, Connie Clark Cyr, Joan Reed Martin and Betty Gelinas Collins.
Monahan considers the aesthetic qualities and stylistic possibilities that become available with the translation of the multifaceted theatrical operation onto the screen; the ways that notable directors such as John Ford, Alfred Hitchcock, and Carol Reed employed a theatricality of performance and narrative of "Irishness" to cinematic effect; and the establishment and productive output of Ardmore Studios as a collaborative effort between key players in the theater and cinema industries.
In his new life as an assistant cameraman at the MoI, he came under the wing of the director Carol Reed.
first appeared in the West End in 1960, enjoying a long run, and was made into a film directed by Carol Reed in 1968.
Mixing murder with political intrigue and set against the glamorous backdrop of Peron-era Buenos Aires, the story evokes memories of the sinister settings used by Graham Greene - in fact you can almost imagine director Carol Reed scouting for locations.