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Chitty chitty bang bang

Ken Hughes (director), Roald Dahl (author of screenplay), Ian Fleming (based on the work of)

Chitty chitty bang bang

Ken Hughes (director), Roald Dahl (author of screenplay), Ian Fleming (based on the work of)
Title
Chitty chitty bang bang
Director
Ken Hughes
Author of screenplay
Roald Dahl
Based on the work of
Ian Fleming 1908-1964
Composer
Irwin Kostal Richard M. Sherman 1928- Robert B. Sherman 1925-2012
Actor
Dick Van Dyke Sally Ann Howes Lionel Jeffries
Language
English
Publisher
MGM DVD, 2000
1 dvd-video
Recording date
1968
Playing time
145 min.
Note
Taalkeuze: Engels, Frans, Italiaans, Spaans Ondertiteling: Nederlands, Engels, Frans, Spaans, Zweeds, Noors, Pools
EAN
8712626027225

About Ken Hughes

Kenneth Graham "Ken" Hughes (19 January 1922 – 28 April 2001)) was an English film director, writer and producer. He was the co-writer and director of the children's film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968).

Biography

Hughes was born in Yates St, Toxteth, Liverpool. His family moved to London soon after. Hughes won an amateur film contest at age 14 and worked as a projectionist. When he was sixteen he went to work for the BBC as a technician and became a sound engineer.

In 1941 he began making documentaries and short features; he also made training films for the Ministry of Defence. Hughes eventually returned to the BBC where he made documentaries.

Director

Hughes's first film as director was the "B" movie Wide Boy (1952). He did a short feature, The Drayton Case (1953), which became the first of Anglo-Amalgamated's Scotland YardRead more on Wikipedia