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Don Levy (II) (1932–1987)

Don Levy was born on May 8, 1932 in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. He was a director and writer, known for Herostratus (1967), The Belt and Suspenders Man (1969) and Opus (1967). He was married to Ines Levy. He died on January 9, 1987 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Herostratus Director
(1967)
Opus Director
(1967)
(1964)

Filmography

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 1969 The Belt and Suspenders Man (as Donald J. Levy)
 1968 Point of Noon (Short)
 1967 Black Ice (Short)
 1967 Catharsis (Short)
 1967 Malaise (Short)
 1967 Punulse (Short)
 1967 Herostratus
 1967 Opus (Short)
 1964 Time Is (Short)
 1960 Ten Thousand Talents (Short)
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 1969 The Belt and Suspenders Man (written by)
 1967 Herostratus (original idea) / (screenplay)
 1960 Ten Thousand Talents (Short)
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 1969 The Belt and Suspenders Man (producer)
 1967 Herostratus (producer)
 1964 The Time Travelers (associate producer)
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 1967 Herostratus
 1960 Ten Thousand Talents (Short)
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 1969 The Belt and Suspenders Man
Dudley Gray (as Donald J. Levy)
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 1965 The Australian Londoners (TV Movie documentary)
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Alternate Names:

Donald J. Levy
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Personal Quote:

A film is a work of art, not a product, and it's absurd to call any commercial film a work of art.

Star Sign:

Taurus

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