C.M. Pennington-Richards was born on December 17, 1911 in South Norwood, London, England, UK and he was a famous Tv and film director. He started his career in 1953 with the film called "The Oracle" as a director and writers of this film are Patrick Campbell etc, released on January 7, 1954 and the cast of the film includes: Robert Beatty, Michael Medwin, Virginia McKenna, Mervyn Johns, Arthur Macrae, Gillian Lind etc.
He directed many other TV series and films such as: "The New Adventures of Martin Kane", "Hour of Decision", "Adventures of the Sea Hawk", "Dentist on the Job", "A Challenge for Robin Hood" etc and he died on January 2, 2005 in Bognor Regis, England, UK.
Why was he famous?
His rise to fame became shortly after "The Oracle".
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