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director , Producer , writer

George McIndoe, British director, producer, writer. Fellow The British Society Cinematographers, 1970. Member Showman's Guild Great Britian (honorary).

Background

McIndoe, George was born on May 17, 1949 in Montrose, Fife, Scotland. Son of John James and Josephine (Biddall) McIndoe.

Education

Private tutoring, 1959.

Career

Cinematographer Scottish television, Glasgow, Scotland, 1967-1969, various United Kingdom television stations, 1969-1970. Director Sean Barry Productions, Italy and England, 1970-1971. Director, producer Sheperton Studios, London, 1971-1974, UMS Productions, Hollywood, California, 1976-1978, TAE Productions, Los Angeles and Tokyo, 1978-1982.

Consultant Densu Advertising, Tokyo, 1974-1976. Consultant various advertising agencies London, Tokyo and Los Angeles, 1982-1984. Independent director, producer Los Angeles, since 1984.

Consultant in field.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: Victorian Peepshows, 1970, Rosie the Camel, 1971, Circus Days, 1971, The Victorian Toy Theatre. (with others) Scottish Myths and Legends, 1972, Famous Ghosts of Scotland. Screenwriter: The Dividing Line, End of Season, I'll Be Damned if I Remember, The Studio Kids, Bizarre Bazaar, Night Killer.

      Director England (short films) Surprise Package, Private O'Toole (British short film award 1969). (television pilots) Stage School, 1971, The Studio Kids, 1973. (museum) The Roller Skating Groupie, 1971.

      (music documentary) Hyde Park Pop, 1973. Director United States television (series) Psychic Phenomena. (pilot) Men, Women, & Money.

      (talk show) 1229 5th Street. (music video) Legs Diamond Live.

Membership

Member Showman's Guild Great Britian (honorary).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Restoring vintage motion picture cameras, carousel horses.

Connections

Married Kathy Elizebeth Clark, 1977 (divorced 1981).

father:
John James McIndoe

mother:
Josephine (Biddall) McIndoe

spouse:
Kathy Elizebeth Clark