Ivor Montagu

Ivor Montagu

Highest Rated: 100% Sabotage (1936)

Lowest Rated: 67% Easy Virtue (1928)

Birthday: Apr 23, 1904

Birthplace: Kensington, London, England, UK

Leftist theoretician and critic (Montagu accompanied Eisenstein on his 1930 trip to Hollywood) who also worked as an exhibitor, editor and director of short films. Montagu collaborated on a number of Hitchcock films during the 1930s and made propaganda films for the Republicans during the Spanish Civil War (he documented the experience in his 1939 film, "Peace and Plenty"). Following WWII Montagu worked for Ealing Studios, where he collaborated on the script of the acclaimed feature, "Scott of the Antarctic" (1948).

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet 72% Scott of the Antarctic Writer,
Screenwriter
- 1948
100% 69% Sabotage Associate Producer - 1936
86% 48% Secret Agent Producer - 1936
96% 86% The 39 Steps Producer - 1935
No Score Yet No Score Yet Wings Over Everest Director - 1934
67% 26% Easy Virtue Film Editor - 1928
96% 76% The Lodger Film Editor - 1927

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