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The Quiller Memorandum  (1966)

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  |  Color, Color  |  104 Minutes
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The movie The Quiller Memorandum, released in 1966 and directed by Michael Anderson with Erwin Hillier as cinematographer and editing by Frederick Wilson.
Directed by | Michael Anderson
Cinematography by | Erwin Hillier
Sound Systems
Country | UK
Language | English, German
Genres | Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller

Editing System
Finishing System
Inge Lindt
Oktober's Man (Man With Brown Trousers)
Oktober's Man (Man With Black-rimmed Glasses)
Weiss, Bowling Alley Manager
Oktober's Man (The Tall Blonde)
Oktober's Man (Man With Pipe)
Doctor Loewe
Night Porter
Pupil With Inge
Kenneth Lindsay Jones
School Porter
Directed by
Cinematography by
Director Of Photography
Written by
Based On The Novel By
Edited by
Produced by
Original Music by
Art Direction by
Art Director
Set Decoration by
Set Decorator
Costume Design by
Costume Designer
Casting by
Casting Director
Production Management
Production Supervisor
Unit Manager
Second Unit & Assistant Directors
Assistant Director
Third Assistant Director
Second Assistant Director
Camera & Electrical Department
Second Unit Cameraman
Camera Operator
Focus Puller: Location
Still Photographer
Focus Puller
Editorial Department
Assistant Editor
Second Assistant Editor
Second Assistant Editor
Special Effects Department
Special Effects
Special Effects
Art Department
Associate Art Director
Set Dresser
Scenic Artist
Sound Department
Sound Recordist
Sound Editor
Sound Recordist
Sound Editor
Sound Camera Operator
Boom Operator
Assistant Boom Operator
Sound Maintenance
Makeup Department
Makeup Artist
Hair Stylist
Makeup Artist
Costume & Wardrobe Department
Wardrobe Master
Wardrobe Mistress
Music Department
Music Contractor
Additional Crew Members
Unit Publicist
Production Secretary
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