Terence Young

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Terence Young (Britain, 1915), born in Shanghai where his father worked for the police there, debuted with Corridor of Mirrors (1948), based on Chris Massie's novel, and then made a musical, comedies, melodramas and war movies, but became famous for the James Bond series of films, based on Ian Fleming's novels, that launched the career of actor Sean Connery. Young directed Dr No (1962), From Russia with Love (1963) and Thunderball (1965), which were followed by many other James Bond movies made by other directors.

He also directed Audrey Hepburn in Wait Until Dark (1967) and in Bloodline (1979), and Charles Bronson in Cold Sweat (1970), Red Sun (1971), and The Valachi Papers (1972).

the historical drama Mayerling (1968), the infamous Korean War epic Inchon (1981),

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