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Geoffrey Orme
Born
Geoffrey Percival Orme

(1904-06-10)10 June 1904
Died(1978-01-21)21 January 1978 (aged 73)
Occupationscreenwriter

Geoffrey Percival Orme (10 June 1904 – 21 January 1978) was a British screenwriter for television and film.

Orme's prolific film work extended from the 1930s to the 1960s and included a number of the popular Old Mother Riley films starring Arthur Lucan.

His script for the BBC television series Doctor Who, The Underwater Menace, was commissioned by producer Innes Lloyd and recorded with Patrick Troughton in 1967. It featured the notion of Atlantis being buried under the sea and controlled by the insane Professor Zaroff.[1][2]

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Writing credits

Production Notes Broadcaster
Sunshine Ahead
  • Feature film (1936)
N/A
Hearts of Humanity
  • Feature film (co-written with Herbert Ayres, Gerald Elliott and Jack Francis, 1936)
N/A
Talking Feet
  • Feature film (1937)
N/A
What Would You Do, Chums?
  • Feature film (co-written with David Evans and Con West, 1939)
N/A
Old Mother Riley in Business
  • Feature film (1941)
N/A
Old Mother Riley's Ghosts
  • Feature film (1941)
N/A
Old Mother Riley's Circus
  • Feature film (1941)
N/A
The Common Touch
  • Feature film (1941)
N/A
Let the People Sing
  • Feature film (1942)
N/A
Old Mother Riley Detective
  • Feature film (1943)
N/A
Theatre Royal
  • Feature film (1943)
N/A
Here Comes the Sun
  • Feature film (1946)
N/A
The Grand Escapade
  • Feature film (1946)
N/A
Fortune Lane
  • Feature film (1947)
N/A
Nothing Venture
  • Feature film (1948)
N/A
When You Come Home
  • Feature film (1948)
N/A
The Last Load
  • Feature film (1948)
N/A
Three Bags Full
  • Feature film (1949)
N/A
The Second Mate
  • Feature film (co-written with Anson Dyer, Barbara K. Emary and Jack Francis, 1950)
N/A
Judgment Deferred
  • Feature film (1952)
N/A
Miss Robin Hood N/A
Devil on Horseback
  • Feature film (1954)
N/A
Delayed Action
  • Feature film (1954)
N/A
Orders Are Orders
  • Feature film (1954)
N/A
The Love Match
  • Feature film (1955)
N/A
Ramsbottom Rides Again N/A
The End of the Road
  • Feature film (1957)
N/A
The Heart Within
  • Feature film (1957)
N/A
Ivanhoe
  • "The Witness" (1958)
  • "Lyman the Pieman" (1958)
  • "The Ransom" (1958)
  • "The Weavers" (1958)
  • "The Masked Bandits" (1958)
  • "Arms and the Women" (1958)
ITV
The Boy and the Bridge
  • Feature film (1959)
N/A
Interpol Calling
  • "Slave Ship" (1959)
ITV
The Avengers ITV
No Hiding Place
  • "Music for Murder" (1965)
ITV
Doctor Who BBC One
The Long Duel N/A

References

  1. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/classic/photonovels/underwater_menace/intro.shtml
  2. ^ Mount, Paul (October 2015). "DOCTOR WHO – THE UNDERWATER MENACE". Starburst. Starburst Magazine Limited. Retrieved 14 April 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

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