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John Eldridge (director)

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John Eldridge (1917–1962) was a short-lived British film director.

Gaining fame as documentary film maker in the Second World War for the Ministry of Information his topics covered both war and very particularly architecture and urban planning. He appears to have knowledge and/or training in these fields.

Often working with poets he had at least five collaborative projects with Dylan Thomas.


He was born in Folkestone on 26 July 1917.[1]

Around 1950 he joined John Grierson's film unit: Group 3 Productions.[2][3]

Over and above directing he also did several screenplays, most notably that of Pool of London[4] and Operation Amsterdam.[5]

Plagued by ill-health he died in Brompton Hospital in London on 14 June 1962.[1]



  1. ^ a b "John Eldridge". BFI.
  2. ^ "John Eldridge". IMDb.
  3. ^ "John Grierson, Screen Pioneer Who Made Documentaries Dies (Published 1972)". The New York Times. February 21, 1972.
  4. ^ "BFI Screenonline: Pool of London (1950)".
  5. ^ "Operation Amsterdam". Time Out Worldwide.

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