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David Renwick film reviews


David Renwick

British director

Born
04 September 1951
in LutonBedfordshire, EnglandUnited Kingdom


1982-1982

Whoops Apocalypse

screenplay

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1982

Shah of Iran had to flee his country and seeks refuge in Europe. Americans and Soviets see this as opportunity to put their cunning plans into action. Their plots can start the nuclear war.

1984-1984

The Steam Video Company

screenplay

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1984

TV series presenting parodies of well known stories, but usually with a little twist... or sometimes a huge twist.

1986-1988

Hot Metal

screenplay

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1986

Excentric billionaire Twiggy Rathbone becomes new owner of The Crucible, a dull, but very professional newspaper. He plans to switch it into a tabloid, but to keep up the appearances he keeps the old editor Harold Stringer.

1988-1991

Alexei Sayle’s Stuff

screenplay

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1988

Comedian Alexei Sayle as a star of his own show - mixture of sketches and stand up comedy.

1997

Jonathan Creek

screenplay

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1997

Jonathan Creek works for illusionist, but he uses his knowledge also to solve the mysterious cases such as murders or disappearances.




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