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Derek Ford

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Biography

Essex, England, UK
Derek Ford (born 6 September 1932 in Tilbury, Essex - died 19 May 1995) was a British film director and writer, most famous for exploitation films such as The Swappers (1970), Keep It Up, Jack (1975) and Diversions (1976), which was also filmed in a hardcore version.

Ford began as a writer in collaboration with his brother Donald Ford (died 1991), originally for radio before progressing to television (The Saint (1962), Adam Adamant Lives! (1966)) and film (Gutter Girls (1963), A Study in Terror (1965)). Read more...

Actor

Character: Circus Santa Claus

Don't Open Till Christmas 1984

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Directing

Writing