Alan Marshall (born August 12, 1938) is a British film producer. In 1967, Marshall was working as a film editor at Signal Films (part of EUE/Screen Gems) in Berwick St London. He left to be a commercials producer at Collett, Dickenson & Pearce (CDP). In 1970, he and director Alan Parker established an advertising company, which brought the pair domestic and international awards.
Alan Marshall (producer) (born 1938), English film producer. Alan Marshall, pen name used by American author Donald E. Westlake (1933–2008) Alan G. Marshall (born 1944), American analytical chemist. Alan Marshal (actor) (1909–1961), stage and film actor.
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Born Alan M Willey in Sydney, Australia, he was the son of popular Queensland stage actress Irby (Agnes) Marshal and English actor-producer Leonard Willey. The family left Australia in mid 1914, when he was five years old. Willey and Marshal appeared in several Australian films made in 1912 – including The Strangler's Grip (1912) and The Mystery of the Black Pearl (1912), both directed by Franklyn Barrett.
Alan Marshall is a British film producer. In 1967, Marshall was working as a film editor at Signal Films (part of EUE/Screen Gems) in Berwick St London. He left to be a commercials producer at CDP (Collett, Dickenson & Pearce). Contents. Filmography; References; External links
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