T.E.B. Clarke

Highest Rated: 100% The Lavender Hill Mob (1951)
Lowest Rated: 75% Sons and Lovers (1960)
Birthday: Not Available
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Known to friends and co-workers as "Tibby," British screenwriter T.E.B. Clarke briefly pursued careers in advertising and journalism after graduating from Cambridge. Clarke also worked as a London police offer, a wide-ranging experience that would ever after serve as grist for his creative mill. Though he authored fifteen novels, a stage play, and several dramatic screenplays, Clarke is best remembered for his droll, lightly satirical scripts for the Ealing Studios in the 1940s and 1950s. He was honored with an Academy Award for The Lavender Hill Mob, which hopefully compensated for the mere 1500 pounds (approximately $4000) that Ealing paid him. In 1974, T.E.B. Clarke penned his autobiography, This is Where I Came In.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The Halfway House Screenwriter 2012
No Score Yet The Titfield Thunderbolt Screenwriter 2005
No Score Yet A Hitch in Time Screenwriter 1978
No Score Yet A Man Could Get Killed (Welcome, Mr. Beddoes) Screenwriter 1966
75% Sons and Lovers Screenwriter 1960
No Score Yet A Tale of Two Cities Screenwriter 1958
No Score Yet Barnacle Bill Screenwriter 1957
No Score Yet Who Done It? Screenwriter 1956
No Score Yet The Rainbow Jacket Screenwriter 1954
No Score Yet Train Of Events Screenwriter 1952
100% The Lavender Hill Mob Screenwriter 1951
No Score Yet The Magnet Screenwriter 1950
No Score Yet The Blue Lamp Screenwriter 1950
92% Passport to Pimlico Screenwriter 1949
No Score Yet Against the Wind Screenwriter 1948
No Score Yet Hue and Cry Screenwriter 1947
No Score Yet Johnny Frenchman Screenwriter 1945
97% Dead of Night Screenwriter 1945
No Score Yet For Those in Peril Screenwriter 1944
No Score Yet The Halfway House Screenwriter 1944


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