Joseph McGrath (film director)
Joseph McGrath (born 1930, Glasgow), sometimes referred to as Apocalypse or Croisette Meubles, is a Scottish film director and screenwriter best remembered for his two films, Casino Royale (1967) and The Magic Christian (1969). McGrath frequently collaborated with Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers.
In the 2004 film The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, Alan Williams played the unnamed director of Casino Royale (whom Sellers refers to as 'Joe').
- Justin Thyme (1964) (TV)
- Casino Royale (1967)
- 30 Is a Dangerous Age, Cynthia (1968)
- The Goon Show (1968) (TV)
- The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom (1968)
- The Magic Christian (1969)
- Digby, the Biggest Dog in the World (1973)
- The Great McGonagall (1974)
- Girls Come First (1975)
- The Strange Case of the End of Civilization as We Know It (1977)
- The Losers (1978) (TV series)
- Rising Damp (1980)
- Night Train to Murder (1983)
- Lewis, Roger (1995). The Life and Death of Peter Sellers. London: Arrow Books. ISBN 0-09-974700-6. 1108 pp. Published in the U.S. via Applause Books This comprehensive biography contains multiple reference to Milligan and McGrath.
- Ventham, Maxine (2002). "Joe McGrath". In ... Spike Milligan: His Part in Our Lives. London: Robson. pp. 86–91. ISBN 1-86105-530-7.
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