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Compton Bennett

Highest Rated:   92% King Solomon's Mines (1950)
Lowest Rated:   92% King Solomon's Mines (1950)
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Robert Compton-Bennett was an editor for Alexander Korda in the early 1930s. He cut army training and propaganda films, and helmed the documentaries Find, Fix and Strike and Men of Rochdale during World War Two. In 1945 he directed the short Julius Caesar and his first feature, the celebrated psychological drama The Seventh Veil, written by Muriel and Sydney Box. Bennett helmed a trio of films in Hollywood in the late '40s (My Own True Love, That Forsyte Woman, King Solomon's Mines), then continued to work in England through the 1960s, making theatrical features such as the war-refugee drama Desperate Moment, as well as directing for television.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Beyond the Curtain
  • Director
1960
No Score Yet So Little Time
  • Director
1953
No Score Yet Gift Horse (Glory at Sea)
  • Director
1952
92% King Solomon's Mines
  • Director
1950
No Score Yet That Forsyte Woman
  • Director
1949
No Score Yet Daybreak
  • Director
1948
No Score Yet The Years Between
  • Director
1946
No Score Yet The Seventh Veil
  • Director
1945

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