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James Cameron (VII) (1911–1985)

James Cameron was born on June 17, 1911 in Battersea, London, England as Mark James W. Cameron. He is known for his work on The Spanish Civil War (1983), ITV Playhouse (1967) and Screenplay (1979). He died on January 26, 1985 in Hampstead, London. See full bio »

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The Spanish Civil War
ITV Playhouse
ITV Playhouse Introduction and Narration
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 1983 The Spanish Civil War (TV Series documentary) (written by - 3 episodes)
- Revolution, Counter-Revolution & Terror (1983) ... (written by)
- Franco and the Nationalists (1983) ... (written by)
- Battleground for Idealists (1983) ... (written by)
 1979 Screenplay (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- The Sound of Guns (1979) ... (writer)
 1978 Caught in Time (TV Mini-Series) (narrative script)
 1976 The Abdication (TV Movie documentary)
 1976 Edgar Wallace: The Man Who Made His Name (TV Movie documentary)
  Cameron Country (TV Series) (1 episode, 1968) (narrative script - 12 episodes, 1968 - 1971)
- Why Patriotism? (1971) ... (narrative script)
- Prejudice: On the Face of It (1971) ... (narrative script)
- The Guns of Aphrodite (1970) ... (narrative script)
- Jomo and the Coat of May Colours (1970) ... (narrative script)
- The Sleeping Sword (1970) ... (narrative script)
 1970 Vladimir Iljitsj Lenin (TV Movie)
 1967 One Pair of Eyes (TV Series documentary) (narrative script - 1 episode)
- The Road to Kingdom Come (1967) ... (narrative script)
 1965 Our National Heritage: The Vanishing Coast (Documentary short)
 1964 A Touch of Scotland (Documentary short) (commentary writer)
 1963 Men of Our Time (TV Series documentary) (script - 1 episode)
- Gandhi (1963) ... (script)
 1962 The Pitcairn People (Documentary short) (commentary)
 1961 Let My People Go (Documentary short)
 1960 Sea Sanctuary (Documentary short) (commentary writer)
 1960 The River of Life (Documentary short) (commentary writer)
 1957 Route des cimes (Documentary short) (english version - english version)
 1957 The Inquisitive Giant (Documentary short) (commentary writer)
 1952 Persian Story (Documentary short) (commentary writer)
 1952 The Way to Wimbledon (Documentary short)
 1951 Festival in London (Documentary short) (commentary written by)
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Show Show Director (1 credit)
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Show Show Self (19 credits)

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One of the most influential war reporters of all time, an annual lecture and award is given in his honour. His brother was the sound engineer Ken Cameron.

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