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Peter Whitehead (I) (1937–2019)

Peter Whitehead was born on January 8, 1937 in Liverpool, England as Peter Lorrimer Whitehead. He was a director and cinematographer, known for Terrorism Considered as One of the Fine Arts (2009), Fire in the Water (1977) and Tonite Let's All Make Love in London (1967). He was married to Liza Tsyzina-Whitehead, Dido Goldsmith and Diane Leigh. He ... See full bio »


(age 82) in London, England, UK

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 1973/I Daddy
 1969 The Fall (Documentary)
 1967 Pink Floyd: Interstellar Overdrive (Video short)
 1967 Pink Floyd: Nick's Boogie (Video short)
 1967 Pink Floyd London '66-'67 (Documentary short)
 1967 The Benefit of the Doubt (Documentary)
 1967 The Rolling Stones: We Love You (Video short)
 1967 Jeanetta Cochrane (Short)
 1966 Charlie Is My Darling (Documentary)
 1966 Wholly Communion (Documentary short)
 1965 When I Was Young (Documentary short)
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When the director's interest in filmmaking began to wane, one of the other interests he turned to was falconry.He directed a falcon center in Saudi Arabia and became chief falconer to that country's royal family.His falconry exploits inspired a 1998 Tv movie, The Falconer. See more »

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