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Anthony Page (21 September 1935 in Bangalore, Karnataka, India) is a British stage and film director. [1] [2] [3]



When Page was 19, he went to Canada on a free passage with the Royal Canadian Air Force and hitchhiked to New York where he studied with Sanford Meisner. In 1964, he took over directing at the Royal Court when George Devine fell ill. He directed Inadmissible Evidence with Nicol Williamson. [4]


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  3. "Anthony Page". BFI.
  4. By George, he's done it In classic BBC style, director Anthony Page has tackled the lengthy but pleasurable task of directing Middlemarch Sutcliffe, Tom. The Guardian 5 Jan 1994.