William Fairchild

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British writer/director William Fairchild occasionally billed himself as W. E. C. Fairchild, most notably for one of his best screenwriting efforts, Morning Departure (1950). Fairchild's directorial credits include John and Julie (1954), a diverting children's film built around the coronation of Queen Elizabeth, and The Silent Enemy (1956), an excellent war film. In 1961, he helmed Walt Disney's TV anthology The Horsemasters, which, before its theatrical release, ran as a 2-parter on Disney's Wonderful World of Color. Throughout his film career, William Fairchild kept busy as a playwright; one of his theatrical pieces, Some Other Love, was refashioned for the screen as the 1965 Doris Day vehicle Do Not Disturb.



No Score Yet Star! Screenwriter 1968
No Score Yet The Horsemasters Director Screenwriter 1961
No Score Yet Silent Enemy Screenwriter Director 1958
No Score Yet The Extra Day Director 1956
No Score Yet John and Julie Screenwriter Director 1955
No Score Yet Malta Story Screenwriter 1953
No Score Yet Gift Horse (Glory at Sea) Screenwriter 1952
No Score Yet Outcast of the Islands Screenwriter 1952
No Score Yet The Long Dark Hall Screenwriter 1951


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