Cyril Collick (1921-1997) sound recordist



Worked on Cosh Boy (1952), Time Without Pity (1957), Jason and the Argonauts (1963), The Collector (1965), The Sandwich Man (1966), Assignment K (1967), The Magus (1968), "The Water Babies (1978), The Big Red One (1981) ending up working with Menahem Golan towards the end of his career.



John Hoesli (1919-1997) art director



Began in the 1930s on such productions as Hitchcock's Jamaica Inn (1939), working as an assistant art director for Launder and Gilliat in the immediate post-war period (Rakes's Progress (1945), Green for Danger (1946), The Belles of St Trinians (1954) and The Green Man (1956)) as well as others such as John Huston for The African Queen (1951) becomming a fully fledged art director first for Powell and Pressburger on The Small Black Room (1949) and then later for Jack Cardiff for The Long Ships 91962) and The Lion (1963). He worked on both 2001 (1969) and Zardoz (1974). He retired in the mid 1980s.



Maurice Rootes (1917-1997) editor



Edited The Last Days of Dolwyn (1949), which introduced Ricahrd Burton, A Tale of Five Cities (1951), no less than seven Terence Fisher b-movies between 1952 and 1954, as well as Jason and The Argonauts (1963) and First Men In the Moon (1964) as well as the tv series The Adventures of Robin Hood and The Adventures of |Sir Lancelot in the 1950s.



Hugh Atwooll (1914-1997) producer



He began as an assistant director and became a production manager by the late 1940s on such as The Astonished Heart (1949), The Malta Story (1953), One Good Turn (1954), Reach for the Sky (1956), The One That Got Away (1957) and Operation Amsterdam (1959) becomming a producer in the late 19050s for Disney's television series and then films such as Kidnapped (1960) and The Three Lives of Thomasina (1964). He worked with Delbert Mann in the late 1960s in lavish tv productions and the remake of Kidnapped, working for Disney until the end of his career, Condorman (1981).