Michael Tuchner

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British director Michael Tuchner's first two films, Villain (1971) and Fear is the Key (1972), dealt (none too successfully) with the evil side of life; he changed direction (and quality of production) with Mr. Quilp (1975), a musical version of The Old Curiosity Shop (Dickens' most sentimental novel) and the TV movie Summer of My German Soldier (1979), about a Jewish girl in love with a Nazi P.O.W. in the American South, complete with a sympathetic black housekeeper. Among Tuchner's other credits include the film of Brooke Hayward's memoir of her family (Haywire [1980]), and a respectable version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1981), featuring Anthony Hopkins as Quasimodo.

Filmography

MOVIES

CREDIT
No Score Yet A Place Called Home Director 2004
No Score Yet Back to the Secret Garden Director 2000
No Score Yet 30 Years to Life Director 1998
No Score Yet Hart To Hart: Two Harts In Three-Quarter Time Director 1995
No Score Yet Rainbow Warrior Director 1993
No Score Yet Firestorm: 72 Hours in Oakland Director 1993
No Score Yet With Murder in Mind Director 1992
No Score Yet Desperate for Love Director 1989
No Score Yet The Misadventures of Mr. Wilt Director 1989
No Score Yet Mistress Director 1987
No Score Yet Trapped in Silence Director 1986
No Score Yet Not My Kid Director 1985
No Score Yet Amos Director 1985
No Score Yet Adam Director 1983
No Score Yet Trenchcoat Director 1983
No Score Yet The Hunchback of Notre Dame Director 1982
No Score Yet Summer of My German Soldier Director 1978
No Score Yet The Likely Lads Director 1976
No Score Yet Mr. Quilp (Old Curiosity Shop) Director 1975
No Score Yet Fear Is the Key Director 1973
No Score Yet Villain Director 1971
No Score Yet The Barmitzvah Boy Director

TV

CREDIT
No Score Yet Tales of the Unexpected
1979-1988
Director

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