Ian Dalrymple

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Ian Dalrymple (26 August 1903 – 28 March 1989) was a British screenwriter, film director, film editor and film producer.

Biography

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, he was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge University. Initially, he worked as an editor at Gaumont-British pictures and Gainsborough Pictures, later turning to screenwriting. During World War II, he was a producer for the Crown Film Unit, the government run agency for information and propaganda films, in particular working, and forming a close friendship, with Humphrey Jennings. Later, Dalrymple worked for MGM-Korda as a producer. He formed Wessex Productions as his own company, making his films at Pinewood Studios.

He died in London on 28 March 1989.

Selected filmography

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