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Peter Graham Scott (27 October 1923 – 5 August 2007) was an English film producer, film director, film editor and screenwriter. He was one of the producers and directors who shaped British television drama in its formative years and his background in film editing and directing helped to move television out of an era of studio-bound productions and towards programmes that owed more to cinema than to the stage.
In 1950, he married Mimi Martell, and they had two sons (deceased) and two daughters.
In 1984, Scott won the Royal Television Society's Sir Ambrose Fleming Award for Outstanding Contribution to Television. In 1999, he published his memoirs, British Television: An Insider's History.
- Room for Two (1940) (assistant director)
- Major Barbara (assistant director)
- Kipps (1941) (assistant director)
- Panic (1948)
- Escape Route (1952)
- Our Marie (1953)
- The Hideout (1956)
- Account Rendered (1957)
- Breakout (1959)
- Devil's Bait (1959)
- The Big Day (1960)
- Captain Clegg (1962) (U.S. Night Creatures)
- Bitter Harvest (1963)
- The Cracksman (1963)
- Danger Man (7 episodes, 1960–63)
- Mister Ten Per Cent (1967)
- The Prisoner (1 episode, 1967)
- Subterfuge (1968)
- Children of the Stones (7 episodes, 1977 - also produced)
- Into The Labyrinth (21 episodes, 1981–82, also produced and co-created)
- Tales of Mystery (1961–63)
- Father Came Too! (1963)
- Captain Clegg
- The Borderers (1968)
- The Onedin Line (1971–80)
- The Curse of King Tut's Tomb (1980)
- Quiller (1975)
- Kidnapped (1978)
- Into the Labyrinth (1981–82)
- Jamaica Inn (1983)
- The Master of Ballantrae (1984)
- Arch of Triumph
- Jenny's War (1985)
- The Canterville Ghost
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