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us: Belling, Davina


  • [Davina Belling started her film career as assistant to the head of Warner Bros. International, where she met her long-time producing partner, Clive Parsons. In 1971, Belling and Parsons formed their own company, Film and General Productions, producing films and television programs in a variety of genres: Inserts (1975), Rosie Dixon: Night Nurse (1978), Scum (1979), Gregory's girl (1980), Britannia Hospital (1982), a children's television series, The Queen's Nose (1996-2003), and The Giblet Boys (2005).]
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  • Additional Information

    • Associated Locale

        Great Britain
    • Gender

        female
    • Associated Language

        eng
    • Field of Activity

        Motion picture and television production
      • Occupation

          (lcsh) Motion picture producers and directors
            (lcsh) Television producers and directors
        • Sources

          • found: Hans Christian Andersen--my life as a fairytale, 2002: (film not viewed)
          • found: M/B/RS copyright description (PA 1-390-921) (Hans Christian Andersen--my life as a fairytale, produced by Davina Belling)
          • found: Internet movie database WWW site, viewed November 13, 2013 (Davina Belling; film and television producer)
          • found: Britannia Hospital [VR] c1982: credit frame (Davina Belling; actress)
        • General Notes

          • [Davina Belling started her film career as assistant to the head of Warner Bros. International, where she met her long-time producing partner, Clive Parsons. In 1971, Belling and Parsons formed their own company, Film and General Productions, producing films and television programs in a variety of genres: Inserts (1975), Rosie Dixon: Night Nurse (1978), Scum (1979), Gregory's girl (1980), Britannia Hospital (1982), a children's television series, The Queen's Nose (1996-2003), and The Giblet Boys (2005).]
        • Change Notes

          • 2005-10-21: new
          • 2013-11-13: revised
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