The Director's Cut A Memoir of 60 Years in Film and Television (Hardcover)
From the Publisher:
Roy Ward Baker is one of Britain¹s most accomplished film directors. He worked in London's Gainsborough Studio in the 1930s, rising through the ranks of the industry to become assistant director to Alfred Hitchcock and Carol Reed. He later directed features both in Britain and Hollywood, including Don't Bother to Knock and A Night to Remember. This is his memoir of 60 years in film and television.