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Peter Collinson

  • Highest Rated: 83% The Italian Job (1969)
  • Lowest Rated: 83% The Italian Job (1969)
  • Birthday: Apr 1, 1936
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • Collinson worked in theater and on television commercials before helming his first feature in 1967, the thriller The Penthouse, which he also scripted. Collinson went on to do some of his best work in the late '60s: Up the Junction, the World War II drama The Long Day's Dying, and the caper spoof The Italian Job. His later work covers a range of genres, including comedy (You Can't Win 'Em All) thrillers (Fright, Straight on Till Morning), and the Agatha Christie mystery And Then There Were None (aka Ten Little Indians).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

No Score Yet The Earthling Director 1980
No Score Yet The House on Garibaldi Street Director 1979
No Score Yet Fatal Assassin Director 1978
No Score Yet Tomorrow Never Comes Director 1978
No Score Yet Sell Out Director 1976
No Score Yet Target of an Assassin Director 1976
No Score Yet Fatal Assassin Director 1976
No Score Yet The Spiral Staircase Director 1975
No Score Yet Ein unbekannter rechnet ab (Ten Little Indians)(And Then There Were None) Director 1974
No Score Yet Innocent Bystanders Director 1972
No Score Yet Fright Director 1972
No Score Yet Straight on Till Morning (Dressed for Death) (The Victim) (Til Dawn Do Us Part) Director 1972
No Score Yet The Man Called Noon (Un Hombre llamado Noon) Director 1972
No Score Yet Fright (I'm Alone and I'm Scared) (Night Legs) Director 1971
83% The Italian Job Director 1969
No Score Yet The Long Day's Dying Producer Director 1968
No Score Yet Up the Junction Director 1968
No Score Yet The Penthouse Director 1967

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