Charles Frend

Biography: An editor in the British film industry by the early '30s, Frend cut films for such directors as Alfred Hitchcock (Waltzes from Vienna, Secret Agent, Sabotage, Young and Innocent), Jack Conway (A Yank at Oxford), King Vidor (The Citadel), Sam Wood (Goodbye Mr. Chips), and Gabriel Pascal (Major Barbara). He debuted as a director in 1941, and helmed several notable films into the '60s, including the fact-based adventure tale Scott of the Antarctic, the comedies A Run for Your Money and Barnacle Bill (aka All at Sea), the war drama The Cruel Sea, and the crime film The Long Arm (aka The Third Key). Frend was also second-unit director on David Lean's Ryan's Daughter.