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Montagu Slater


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About Montagu Slater

Montagu Slater is most well known for writing, and has 13 known credits, of which 13 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.

Montagu Slater’s highest rated movies

If you enjoy Montagu Slater’s movies you should definitely watch The Brave Don't Cry (1952) Montagu has worked on!

  1. The Brave Don't Cry (1952)
  2. Once a Jolly Swagman (1949)
  3. Daybreak in Udi (1949)
  4. Coal Face (1935)
  5. Man of Africa (1953)

1. The Brave Don't Cry (1952 Movie)

The best rated movie Montagu Slater has been a part of is the drama movie The Brave Don't Cry, where they had the role of writing. It has a rating 6.9 on IMDb .

2. Once a Jolly Swagman (1949)

Once a Jolly Swagman has a rating on 6.4 on IMDb . Montagu Slater worked on this romance, drama movie as writing.

3. Daybreak in Udi (1949)

In Daybreak in Udi Montagu Slater was worked as story. This documentary movie has a rating on 5.8 on IMDb .

4. Coal Face (1935)

This documentary movie has a rating on 6.3 on IMDb . In Coal Face Montagu Slater had the role of writing.

5. Man of Africa (1953)

Montagu Slater was a part of the movie Man of Africa as writing. This drama movie has a rating 7.3 on IMDb .

Frequently asked questions

What is Montagu most known for?

Montagu Slater is most known for writing. Montagu has worked on 13 movies and 0 TV shows.

What is Montagu Slater’s highest rated movie?

The best rated movie they have been a part of is The Brave Don't Cry, which has a score of 0.0.

Montagu’s Filmography

Executive producer. The Brave Don't Cry aspires to the "feel" of a documentary, right down to the deliberate absence of background music. A mine in Scotland falls victim to a cave-in, trapping some one hundred workers. Rescue parties are formed as the tremulous families of the miners wait in agony. As in the actual incident upon which this film is based, the rescue is nip and tuck and times, but eventually successful. The faces of real-life Scottish mining folk are melded with the professional actors in The Brave Don't Cry, adding poignancy to this otherwise cut-and-dried film.

Executive producer. An African tribe in the Eastern Nigerian village of Umana work to build a maternity hospital, with the aid of government officials, and against the opposition of some tribal members.

Executive producer. Filmed in Uganda, Man of Africa was assembled by legendary documentary producer John Grierson. The film depicts the mass migration of the Bakija and Batwa tribes to a new territory after the natural resources of their native soil has been depleted. The pro-ecological message is always present, but never so much as to degenerate into fatuous speechmaking. As a means to introduce the semblance of a plot, writer/director Cyril Frankel concentrates on the trials and tribulations of clerk-cum-farmer Jonathan (Frederick Bijurenda) and his native sweetheart Violet (Violet Mukabuerza). Print quality in Man of Africa varies from adequate to murky.

Executive producer. British educational documentary film about the principal instruments in the modern symphony orchestra, illustrated through Benjamin Britten's composition, "The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra", for which it was commissioned.

Executive producer. This 1969 BBC production is about as close as we can get to a definitive version of Benjamin Britten's PETER GRIMES, one of the greatest 20th Century operas. The story of the individualistic fisherman hounded by his neighbors who believe he murdered his young apprentice packs tremendous emotional power. The compelling narrative is richly enhanced by its subtexts: the lone outsider versus the conformist mob; the dreamer of improbable dreams that lead to tragedy; the artist (dreamer) versus the Philistines, and the homosexual overtones of Grimes' abuse of his child apprentices. Britten is conductor of his work and tenor Peter Pears is Grimes, 25 years after he created the title role at the opera's premiere. As the widow Ellen Orford, soprano Heather Harper is magnificent. Best of all, the sea is an ever-present actor here. When we don't see it in the background it exerts its presence in the abundant visual references to nets, barrels, and other paraphernalia of a seaside fishing village.

Executive producer. Southampton, a deep-water port with four tides a day, is an ocean terminal for the world's largest liners. Their coming and going, and the people who work with them are the subject of this film as they reflect in their personal lives some of the drama and romance of its situation. Among them are a tug skipper and his crew, a stewardess on a Cape ship, an assistant wharfinger in charge of handling baggage and freight, a taxi driver, and a pilot taking a great liner down Southampton water at night.

Executive producer. In the cities of Britain we can travel in time as well as space. This film chooses the England of Hogarth, Gainsborough, Robert Adam and Captain Cook. As the camera moves across outstanding monuments of their work and relics of their achievements from Syon House to Greenwich, members of the Old Vic Company speak appropriate passages from the literature of the mid-eighteenth century. The musical score was specially composed by the late Sir Arnold Bax.

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. Benjamin Britten's opera as performed by the English National Opera, with Philip Langridge in the title role.

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