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Independent Producers


Robert Baker and Monty Berman met during WWII in the British Army Film Unit and, freshly demobbed, set up as a production company, turning out low-budget thrillers based on a book of true crime stories they’d found, with Baker directing, Berman photographing, and both splitting production duties. Later came such wonders as The Trollenberg Terror, in which Janet Munro and Warren Mitchell’s comedy German professor come up against a giant, tentacled crawling eyeball. All were distributed by Eros Films. In 1962 they adapted Leslie Charteris’ Saint books for ITC, and thereafter turned to the small screen, developing The Baron, The Champions, Department S and Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased).

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  1. james hamilton

    January 9, 2016 at 11:16 am

    can anyone tell me the name and model of the car that derek bond drove in the 1951 film Quiet woman
    cant find anything anywhere.

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