Robert Jordan Hill

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Robert Jordan Hill was a British director, writer, editor and producer of films. He had a partnership with John Guillermin for a time. [1]

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Filmography

YearNameDirectorProducerWriterEditorComposerNotes
1940The Tale of a DogYesYesYesYesYesShort
1949 Bless 'Em All YesYesNoYesNo
Melody in the Dark YesYesYesNoYesCo-written with John Guillermin
The Nitwits on ParadeYesNoNoYesNo
High Jinks in Society YesYesYesYesNoCo-drected and co-written with John Guillermin
1950 Torment NoYesNoYesNoDirected by John Guillermin
1951The Kilties Are ComingYesYesYesNoNoDocumentary
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YearNameDirector(s)Notes
1945Song of the PeopleMaxwell MundenDocumentary short
1947Swiss HoneymoonHenry C. James & Jan Sikorski
Comin' Thro the Rye Walter C. Mycroft
1951 Smart Alec John Guillermin
Two on the Tiles John Guillermin
Four Days John Guillermin
1952 Song of Paris John Guillermin
1953 The Blue Parrot John Harlow
1954 What Every Woman Wants Maurice Elvey
The Happiness of Three Women Maurice Elvey
1955 Room in the House Maurice Elvey
Fun at St Fanny's Maurice Elvey
You Lucky People Maurice Elvey
1956 Stars in Your Eyes Maurice Elvey
1957 Suspended Alibi Alfred Shaughnessy
Booby Trap Henry Cass
1960Man Who Couldn't WalkHenry Cass
The HandHenry Cass
1961The Monster of Highgate Ponds Alberto Cavalcanti
Murder in Eden Max Varnel
Man Detained Robert Tronson
A Question of SuspenseMax Varnel
1961-1962 Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre Robert Tronson / Gordon Flemyng Episodes ''Man Detained' and ''Solo for Sparrow''
1962 Solo for Sparrow Gordon Flemyng
1963Take Me Over Robert Lynn
1965Mr. Brown Comes Down the HillHenry Cass
1966The Ghost of Monk's IslandJan Darnley-Smith & Jeremy Summers

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References

  1. Vagg, Stephen (17 November 2020). "John Guillermin: Action Man". Filmink.