Angered folks at EMI by taking time to make "The Raging Moon/Long Ago Tomorrow", even though he worked on film without pay
Appointed chief of production and managing director of Associated British (EMI)
Collaborated on screenplay (with William Boyd and Goldman) for Attenborough's biopic "Chaplin"; ninth feature with Attenborough
Directed first TV drama, "Jessie", starring Nanette Newman
Directed Peter O'Toole in Old Vic stage production of "Macbeth"
First screenplay credit, Jose Ferrer's "The Cockleshell Heroes"
Moved to Hollywood with first wife Constance Smith and acted in Raoul Walsh's "The World in His Arms" (1952) before returning to England alone the following year
Produced, directed and wrote "The Whisperers", a tour de force for Dame Edith Evans who garnered a Best Actress Academy Award nomination
Acted in "The Guns of Navarone"
Adapted novel "The Endless Game" as a Showtime TV movie; also directed; reunited with George Segal
Became a "question master" on a BBC radio quiz program, Junior Brains Trust
Briefly the fashion critic for SPECTATOR and also wrote for PICTUREGOER (under various pseudonyms)
Directed Katharine Hepburn, Charles Boyer and Evans in "The Madwoman of Chaillot", misfire screen version of the Jean Girdeaux' play
Initial collaboration with Roger Moore, the English segment of the episodic feature "Sunday Lovers"
On his second more successful trip to Hollywood, directed "King Rat", adapted from the James Clavell novel; starred George Segal
Produced and directed two British TV biographies, "I Caught Acting Like the Measles" (Dame Edith Evans) and "Goodbye Norma Jean, and Other Things" (Elton John)
Produced, wrote and directed "Seance on a Wet Afternoon", adapted from a novel by Mark McShane; starred Attenborough (who also produced) and Kim Stanley, who was nominated for a Best Actress Academy Award
Resigned post at EMI
Served in British Army, first in the Intelligence Corps and then in the Combined Forces Entertainment Unit
Wrote article about himself ("Behind the Forbes Frown") under pseudonym of Paul Ridgway
Wrote, directed and played a small part in "The L-Shaped Room", based on Lynne Reid Banks' novel; star Leslie Caron received a Best Actress Oscar nomination
Acted on stage in "Gathering Storm"
Directed "The Stepford Wives" from a screenplay by William Goldman and adapted from the Ira Levin novel
Got first directorial assignment, "Whistle Down the Wind", when Green dropped out; starred Hayley Mills and Alan Bates and was based on a novel by Mills' mother Mary Haley Bell
Joined forces with Richard Attenborough to form a production company called Beaver Films
Wrote, co-produced and acted in "The Angry Silence", directed by Guy Green and starring Attenborough
Wrote, produced and directed "International Velvet", a sequel to 1944's "National Velvet" with wife Nanette Newman as the adult Velvet Brown
Adapted and directed Sidney Sheldon's novel "The Naked Face", starring Moore
Began as director of Capital Radio
Bombed with his second film for Columbia, "The Wrong Box"
Film actor in "The Small Back Room"
Wrote screenplay for "Hopscotch", starring Walter Matthau and Glenda Jackson; from novel by Brian Garfield