Reed, Sir Carol

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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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Sir Carol Reed directed the screen version of Lionel Bart's stage musical Oliver
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I've worked with many good editors, but you're the one with the most heart," the great Carol Reed told her.
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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.
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Clockwise from far left: Marilyn Goddard Sawyer, Carol Reed Henry, Donna Treworgy, Marilyn Meagher, Connie Clark Cyr, Joan Reed Martin and Betty Gelinas Collins.