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Terence Feely (Terence John Feely)

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Biography

Liverpool, England, UK
Terence Feely joined Paramount Pictures (UK) Ltd. in 1967 as foreign story head of Paramount Pictures Corporation, reporting to Bud Ornstein in London and Marvin Birdt in New York. He was one of the only two executives in the London office of Paramount who wanted to make "If..." when the screenplay was first submitted to it by Memorial Pictures. It was subsequently financed and distributed by Paramount at the insistence of the Chairman, Charles Bluhdorn. In November 1968 Terence Feely resigned from Paramount to join Everyman Films where Feely was a co-director with Patrick McGoohan and David Tomlin. Read more...

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