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L. David Syms-Greene (February 22, 1921 – April 7, 2003), born Lucius David Syms Brian Lederman, was a British television director from Manchester, England, who emigrated to Toronto, Canada in 1953, where he trained in television production with the CBC, and then moved on to Hollywood, California.
Greene's career began as a stage actor and director in England in 1948. In 1950 he appeared in the film, The Wooden Horse. In Hollywood, Greene became best known for his television series and television film productions.
He died aged 82 on April 7, 2003 of pancreatic cancer, in Ojai, California.
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The crew of a lighthouse rescues people they believe to be survivors of a shipwreck, only to find out that they are a gang of bank robbers on the run from the law.
Runtime: 75 min.
Directed by: Vernon Sewell
As: Professor Ralph Witkoff
Two clumsy detectives investigating the murder of a singer scare themselves when they accidentally reveal the killer to be a respectable psychiatrist, secretly a notorious jewel-thief. A rare film venture by this top radio comedy team.
Runtime: 95 min.
Directed by: John E. Blakeley
A man (James Donald) and his wife (Valerie Hobson) take to their house some men they rescue from a road crash and then find they have picked up some dangerous criminals.
Runtime: 85 min.
Directed by: Fergus McDonell