007 Director: Richard Talmadge

007 Director: Richard Talmadge

June 21, 2014 0 By 007 Travelers

Who: Richard Talmadge (Sylvester Alphonse Metz)
Born: 3 December 1892, Camburg, Thuringia, Germany
Died: 25 January 1981, Carmel, California, USA

Richard Talmadge (Sylvester Alphonse Metz) was a German-born American actor, stuntman and film director.

Richard Talmadge´s uncredited 007 production:

Co-director with:
Ken Hughes, John Huston, Joseph McGrath, Robert Parrish and Val Guest
Casino Royale (1967)

Val Guest: (additional sequences) (scenes with Woody Allen and additional scenes with David Niven)
Ken Hughes: (as Kenneth Hughes) (Berlin scenes)
John Huston: (scenes at Sir James Bond’s house) (castle in Scotland scenes)
Joseph McGrath: (scenes with Peter Sellers, Ursula Andress and Orson Welles)
Robert Parrish: (scenes with Peter Sellers and Orson Welles)
Richard Talmadge: (Casino Royale finale) (uncredited)

The role of Keystone Kop (uncredited)
“Casino Royale” (1967)

James Bond: 1967
He never got rid of his German accent, so with the advent of the talkies, he started working behind the cameras – as assistant director, stunt coordinator and director. His later work included “How the West Was Won”, “The Greatest Story Ever Told” and “Casino Royale” (1967).

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