John Boulting

Highest Rated: 95% Brighton Rock (1947)
Lowest Rated: 83% I'm All Right Jack (1960)
Birthday: Nov 21, 1913
Birthplace: Not Available
The twin brother of British producer Roy Boulting, John Boulting joined his sibling at Toronto's McGill University. In the late 1930s, the Boultings formed a partnership to produce second-echelon feature films, with Roy and John alternating as producer and director; John's first feature-length directorial assignment was 1939's Trunk Crime. After attaining critical prestige via Thunder Rock (1942), the Boultings made training films and documentaries for the RAF. The brothers shared directing credit for two films: Crest of the Wave (1954) and Suspect (1960). In the 1950s, John and Roy cleaned up on the international box-office scene with a series of satirical social comedies like Brothers in Law (1958) I'm All Right Jack (1959) and Heavens Above (1963); during this period the producer/directors were instrumental in the rise to stardom of Peter Sellers. After 1965, John Boulting worked solely as producer, while brother Roy continued directing until 1979.

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Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet There's a Girl in My Soup Producer 1970
No Score Yet Twisted Nerve Producer Executive Producer 1969
No Score Yet The Family Way Producer 1966
No Score Yet Rotten to the Core Director 1965
No Score Yet Heavens Above! Screenwriter Director Producer 1963
83% I'm All Right Jack Screenwriter Director 1960
No Score Yet Lucky Jim Director 1958
No Score Yet Brothers in Law Producer 1957
No Score Yet Private's Progress Director Screenwriter 1956
No Score Yet Crest of the Wave (Seagulls Over Sorrento) Producer Director 1954
No Score Yet The Magic Box Director 1952
No Score Yet Seven Days to Noon Director Producer 1950
No Score Yet The Guinea Pig Producer Director 1948
95% Brighton Rock Director 1947
No Score Yet Journey Together Director 1946
No Score Yet Pastor Hall Producer 1940

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