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Donald Cammell (Donald Seton Cammell)

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Biography

Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
British director Donald Cammell, born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1934, came from a wealthy shipbuilding family. He began his career as a painter and by the mid-'60s was celebrated among the "Swinging London" crowd. He made his foray into the film industry when he wrote the script for The Touchables (1968), a painfully pretentious--and, seen today, terribly dated--tale of a rock singer kidnapped by four beautiful female fans. He followed that up with Duffy (1968), about an aging hippie who helps two brothers rob their rich father. Read more...

Actor

Character: Garçon à St-Tropez

La collectionneuse 1967

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Directing

Writing