Sidney Gilliat

Feb 15, 1908


The son of the editor of the London Evening Standard, Sidney Gilliat entered the British film industry as assistant to critic-turned-screenwriter Walter C. Mycroft. In 1929, Gilliat wrote the subtitles for the silent feature Under the Greenwood Tree, based on a novel by his future collaborator Frank Launder. After toting up solo writing credits on such… More


Sidney Gilliat Videos

Girl In The News
1 minutes 37 seconds
Endless Night
1 minutes 32 seconds
Friday The Thirteenth
2 minutes 7 seconds
Jamaica Inn
1 minutes 27 seconds
The Lady Vanishes
1 minutes 20 seconds

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