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DR: Yes, he was. And very much behind all the sort of innovations of The Avengers. But we did have a stellar cast of directors, who had all of them, in one way or another, like Roy Ward [Baker] and people like Charlie Crichton, had done Ealing comedies and things. It was quite extraordinary. These men actually, probably, would have rather despised working in television, but the fact of the matter was that films, certainly English films, http://www.rsfarmer.com/ were in decline, so they were very glad to do a job in television. And they did it brilliantly, and I was very lucky to work with those sort of directors.
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