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Michael Orrom

Directing

7 Movies0TV shows
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About Michael Orrom

Michael Orrom is most well known for directing, and has 7 known credits, of which 7 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Michael Orrom’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Michael Orrom’s movies you should definitely watch Handkerchief Drill (1949) Michael has worked on!

  1. Handkerchief Drill (1949)
  2. Total War in Britain (1945)
  3. Mining Review (1948)
  4. Highland Journey (1953)
  5. Dodging the Column (1952)

1. Handkerchief Drill (1949 Movie)

The best rated movie Michael Orrom has been a part of is the comedy movie Handkerchief Drill, where they had the role of directing. It has a rating 6.2 on IMDb .

2. Total War in Britain (1945)

Michael Orrom worked on this documentary movie as directing.

3. Mining Review (1948)

In Mining Review Michael Orrom was worked as director.

4. Highland Journey (1953)

In Highland Journey Michael Orrom had the role of directing.

5. Dodging the Column (1952)

Michael Orrom was a part of the movie Dodging the Column as directing.

Frequently asked questions

What is Michael most known for?

Michael Orrom is most known for directing. Michael has worked on 7 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Michael Orrom’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is Handkerchief Drill, which has a score of 0.0.

Michael’s Filmography

Executive producer. Dunkirk to D-Day in 20 minutes flat: this gripping account of Britain's war effort compels us to sit up and pay attention. A 'total war' is one encompassing civilian as well as military life. Here we witness the might of the state mobilising technology, infrastructure, agriculture, industry and above all people. A rapid-fire onslaught of images and information palpably evokes the experience of total war.

Executive producer. From Glasgow or Edinburgh, Scotland may be explored by train or long-distance coach, and this film includes a coach tour from Edinburgh to the Isle of Skye. The route taken meets the Highlands at Killin, and then goes over Rannoch Moor and through Glencoe to Ben Nevis, the entrance to the Great Glen. Here we meet the West Highland railway line, and follow it on its journey through the Bonnie Prince Charlie country to Mallaig. Returning to the Great Glen we rejoin the coach route out through the Glen Foyne and Glen Shiel to the Kyle of Lochalsh, and take the ferry over to Skye.

Executive producer. The transporting of a distillation colurm, 137 feet long, 500 miles by road from Greenwich to Grangemouth in Scotland. The commentary, spoken by the rigger in charge and one of the tractor drivers, expresses the humour and resourcefulness with which these transport workers tackle their job; and the camera has captured moments of beauty as well as some amusing episodes in this journey of the longest load to travel by road in Britain.

Executive producer. The Channel Islands have had a varied and exciting history. Jersey and Guernsey are ideal places for holidays. Jersey offers a wide variety of attractive bays for sport and relaxation; Guernsey still preserves something of an eighteenth-century atmosphere, and is a place for quieter enjoyment. It is an ideal centre for exploring the other smaller islands, and the film ends with a journey by boat to Herm.

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