Tony Dow (director)

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Tony Dow
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Anthony "Tony" Dow is a British television director best known for his work on Only Fools and Horses . He has won two BAFTAs and been nominated four times.

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Dow has won two BAFTAs, both for Only Fools and Horses . [5] [6] He has been nominated four times. [7] [8] [9] [10]

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