Can be seen on the April 2004 Region 1 DVD release of A Room with a View
(1985). On disc two there is a BBC obituary piece from a July 1970, broadcast just after E.M. Forster's death entitled 'E.M. Forster Remembered'. In it, Marquand is interviewed about meeting Forster while a student at Cambridge.
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5' 10" (1.78 m)
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[speaking about the possibility of directing one of the Star Wars prequels in 1984] One, two and three are going to be very interesting, if [George Lucas
] is ever able to start writing. Steven Spielberg
and I would like to. It's a very interesting part of the saga, the early days. The youth of Ben Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker is really important. It's a very different world. Technology is ...
Started his career as a newscaster in Hong Kong. Upon his return to Britain, he directed television documentaries for the BBC. He won an Emmy for his outstanding work on the miniseries The Search for the Nile
(1971), which he filmed in an almost semi-documentary style.
Villain characters in his films use a cane as pretending to be weak.