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  • Leslie Arliss - Wikipedia

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    Leslie Arliss (6 October 1901, London – 30 December 1987, Jersey, Channel Islands) was an English screenwriter and director.He is best known for his work on the Gainsborough melodramas directing films such as The Man in Grey and The Wicked Lady during the 1940s.

  • Leslie Arliss - IMDb

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    Leslie Arliss, Director: William Tell. Former journalist and film critic Leslie Arliss began his film career as a screenwriter in the 1930s, mainly for Gainsborough Pictures. He continued as a writer for ten years, leaving Gainsborough in 1941 when he was offered a chance to direct at Associated British.

  • Amazon.com: Leslie Arliss

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  • Leslie Arliss - Rotten Tomatoes

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    Leslie Arliss is a figure in British cinema whose early life and background remain shrouded in mystery and dispute, decades after his death. A screenwriter/director whose work was highly ...

  • The Man in Grey - Wikipedia

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    The Man in Grey is a 1943 British film melodrama made by Gainsborough Pictures, and is considered as the first of its "Gainsborough melodramas" (a series of period costume dramas).It was directed by Leslie Arliss and produced by Edward Black from a screenplay by Leslie Arliss and Margaret Kennedy, adapted by Doreen Montgomery from the novel The Man in Grey by Eleanor Smith.

  • Leslie Arliss Biography | Fandango

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    Leslie Arliss is a figure in British cinema whose early life and background remain shrouded in mystery and dispute, decades after his death. A screenwriter/director whose work was highly influential on British cinema of the 1940's -- if not widely respected -- the mystery of his origin is a remarkable footnote to a career that engendered more ...

  • A Journey Through the Eclipse Series: Leslie Arliss' The ...

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    A Journey Through the Eclipse Series: Leslie Arliss’ The Wicked Lady by David Blakeslee The last of my three reviews from a holiday weekend spent reveling in Eclipse Series 36: Three Wicked Melodramas from Gainsborough Pictures .

  • BRITISH ADVENTURE FILM DIRECTOR LESLIE ARLISS DIES AT AGE ...

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/local/1988/01/03/british...

    LONDON -- Leslie Arliss, 86, a British film director whose costume dramas of romance and adventure such as "The Wicked Lady" helped relieve the grim austerity of life in and after World War II ...

  • Leslie Arliss - Biography - IMDb

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    Former journalist and film critic Leslie Arliss began his film career as a screenwriter in the 1930s, mainly for Gainsborough Pictures. He continued as a writer for ten years, leaving Gainsborough in 1941 when he was offered a chance to direct at Associated British.

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    Set during World War II, this powerful drama follows concert pianist Lissa Campbell (Margaret Lockwood) from London to Cornwall after she is refused induction by the Royal Air Force and learns she has only months to live.

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