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Tudor Gates brought many screenplays to Hollywood throughout the course of his Hollywood career. At the beginning of his career, Gates wrote screenplays for the comedy adaptation "Barbarella" (1968) with Jane Fonda and the horror feature "The Vampire Lovers" (1970) with Ingrid Pitt. His passion for writing led to working on movie scripts for "Fright" (1971) with Susan George, "Lust For a Vampire" (1971) with Ralph Bates and "Twins of Evil" (1972) with Madeleine Collinson. He also appeared in the Peter Sellers drama "The Optimists" (1973). Later in his career, Gates directed the comedy "Intimate Games" (1976) with Peter Blake.

Tudor Gates brought many screenplays to Hollywood throughout the course of his Hollywood career. At the beginning of his career, Gates wrote screenplays for the comedy adaptation "Barbarella" (1968) with Jane Fonda and the horror feature "The Vampire Lovers" (1970) with Ingrid Pitt. His passion for writing led to working on movie scripts for "Fright" (1971) with Susan George, "Lust For a Vampire" (1971) with Ralph Bates and "Twins of Evil" (1972) with Madeleine Collinson. He also appeared in the Peter Sellers drama "The Optimists" (1973). Later in his career, Gates directed the comedy "Intimate Games" (1976) with Peter Blake.

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