Brian West

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Director of Photography - Great Britain
Born 1928 in London

Brian West was born circa in 1928 in London. He is an English Director of Photography, known for Holocaust (1978), Billy Two Hats (1973), Spikes Gang (1973), Brian West's first movie on record is from 1963. His last motion picture on file dates from 1982.

Brian West Filmography [Auszug]
1982: [////1] A question of honor (Director of Photography), Directed by Jud Taylor, with Ben Gazzara, Robert Vaughn, Paul Sorvino,
1978: [04.16] Holocaust (Director of Photography), Directed by Marvin J. Chomsky, with Edward Hardwicke, Fritz Weaver, Sam Wannamaker,
1973: [/ /1] Billy Two Hats (The Lady and the Outlaw) (Director of Photography), Directed by Ted Kotcheff, with Sian Barbara Allen, Desi Arnaz jr., Dawn Littlesky,
1973: [/ /1] Spikes Gang (Director of Photography), Directed by Richard Fleischer, with Gary Grimes, Ron Howard, Lee Marvin,
1963: [/ /1] Term of Trial (Camera Assistant), Directed by Peter Glenville, with Laurence Olivier, Simone Signoret, Sarah Miles,

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