Carol Reed
Film director
Carol Reed
Sir Carol Reed was an English film director best known for Odd Man Out (1947), The Fallen Idol (1948), The Third Man (1949) and Oliver! (1968).
Biography
Carol Reed's personal information overview.
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Skip the trip to 'Brighton Rock' - Boston Herald
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This new “Brighton Rock” is most notably atmospheric, and its contemplative moments can be beautiful to look at, recalling at times Carol Reed's Graham Greene-scripted classic “The Third Man” (1949). But it's a hash -otherwise
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Sale of city effluent could yield revenue - Huntsville Item
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What's more, says city Public Utilities Director Carol Reed, the water could help the Walden community of Montgomery County in complying with its own water regulations. Walden approached the city two years ago about purchasing the rights to
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Kind Hearts and Coronets – review - The Guardian
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Photograph: Allstar Collection/Cinetext/EALI/Sportsphoto Ltd./Allstar Arguably the two most perfect British movies were made in the same year, 1949 – Carol Reed's The Third Man and Robert Hamer's Kind Hearts and Coronets. In Hamer's movie, Dennis Price
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Strawberry Elite's steak fry this Sunday - Payson Roundup
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Hungry? The Strawberry Elite's annual steak fry is from 4 pm to 7 pm, this Sunday, Aug. 21 at Rimside Grill. Enjoy a mesquite-grilled steak dinner with cowboy beans, cole slaw, potato salad, rolls and Texas sheet cake, all for $15 per
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Fascist Fashionista - Daily Beast
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Not only did he move quickly to place a London film office in both countries, he also managed to make the first major postwar film—Carol Reed's The Third Man, with a supporting cast full of Austrian actors—in what had, until recently, been the Reich
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Second Saturday Shop Hop is Aug. 13 - Payson Roundup
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One day about a week ago, I was riding through Pine on my motorcycle on my way to a meeting. Around Payson Concrete, I met a fellow driving an old, faded John Deere tractor. I flashed him a big thumbs up and he in turn flashed a huge
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Mountain bike race this weekend - Payson Roundup
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In one of my first columns, I introduced you dear readers to Walt “Stud” Hatfield, a regular at the Senior Dining Room in Pine. This past Monday, I attended his farewell party as a lady in Kansas has snagged his heart and he is leaving
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Turtle calls city of Huntsville home - Huntsville Item
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Thanks to some resourceful city of Huntsville workers, Sugarplum was rescued and taken to Carol Reed, now the city's public utilities director. For years, Sugarplum lived with Reed in her office at the city's water plant on Parker Creek Road
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Dallas rain keeps Lake Livingston full - Huntsville Item
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Carol Reed, public utilities director for the city, said as long as the city is under exceptional drought conditions, the city will continue to urge residents to restrict their outdoor use of water. The city's top water users are the Texas Department
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Dry rain was new experience for house guest - Payson Roundup
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That little picture of clouds with diagonal lines beneath them is showing up regularly on my Internet weather forecaster site. More importantly, those diagonal lines have become actual rain! Well, sometimes. An interesting rain phenomenon
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You and Europe featured at weekly 'One World, Many Stories' reading program - Jamestown News
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XXUsing different voices and motions, Carol Reed, the children's librarian, captivated listeners as she read about leprechauns and recounted the story Wolf and the Seven Kids, a Grimm's fairy tale from Germany. XXMargot Howell, who was born in Germany
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No end of disasters this summer, so be prepared - Payson Roundup
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Goodness, will there be a reprieve? We have been threatened with fires galore, and North Dakota is about to wash off the map! One of the churches in Minot is pastored by a classmate of mine. Pictures show water to the windowsills
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Mark Romanek on The Fallen Idol - Telegraph.co.uk
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Director Mark Romanek, known for his dark Nine Inch Nails music videos and his recent adaptation of Never Let Me Go, explains why he loves The Fallen Idol, Carol Reed's underrated classic. By Daisy Bowie-sell I loved this film from its first five
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The race of time and the onslaught of technology - Payson Roundup
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Much of these columns have to do with coming events with their dates and times. Summer is approaching the mid mark. We talk of time as racing by or running out, as though it was a finite commodity. I think that is because often we fail to
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CriterionCast - Episode 85 - Carol Reed's Night Train To Munich [Criterion ... - CriterionCast.com (blog)
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Ryan Gallagher, James McCormick, Travis George, and Moises Chiullan discuss Criterion News & Rumors and Criterion New Releases, they also highlight Criterion # 523 Carol Reed's 1940 film, Night Train To Munich. Warning: This episode is much less
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City water plant at capacity - Huntsville Item
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... required by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, says that when water consumption reaches 10 million gallons per day for 10 straight days, then Stage 1 water restriction should begin, said Carol Reed, city public utilities director
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Carol Reed
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 1976
    Age 69
    Carol Reed died from a heart attack on 25 April 1976 at his home in Chelsea, aged 69.
    More Details Hide Details He is buried in Kensington Cemetery, Gunnersbury, West London.
  • FORTIES
  • 1953
    Age 46
    In 1953, he became only the second British film director to be knighted for his craft.
    More Details Hide Details The first was his mentor and collaborator, Sir Alexander Korda in 1942, who had also been closely involved in the production of some of Reed's most admired films.
  • 1948
    Age 41
    After their divorce, he married, in 1948, the actress Penelope Dudley-Ward, also known as Pempie, the elder daughter of Freda Dudley Ward, who had been a mistress of the Prince of Wales, later Edward VIII of the United Kingdom and Duke of Windsor.
    More Details Hide Details They had one son, Max. A nephew was the actor Oliver Reed. His stepdaughter, Ward's daughter, Tracy Reed also had an acting career.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1943
    Age 36
    From 1943 until 1947, he was married to the British film star Diana Wynyard.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1906
    Born
    Born on December 30, 1906.
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