|Died||4 March 1980 75) (aged|
|Other names||Alec Hyman Vetchinsky|
|Years active||1928 - 1974|
Alex Vetchinsky (1904-1980) was a BAFTA nominated British film art director and production designer.He worked on more than a hundred productions during a career that lasted between 1928 and 1974. Vetchinsky was employed for many years at Gainsborough Pictures. He later worked frequently for Rank, including on several Carry On films.
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