Roger Spottiswoode Overview

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Born: January 01, 1943

A native to England, Spottiswoode initially made a name for himself as an editor of British documentaries and commercials. Moving to the United States in the early 1970's, Spottiswoode edited the controversial Straw Dogs, Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid, The Gambler, Hard Times, and The Getaway. Making his directorial debut with a film that became a cult classic, Terror Train, starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Spottiswoode then started to amass an impressive list of films. His credits include, The... See All

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