Guy Hamilton (born September 16, 1922, Paris, France) was a noted film director. He made 22 movies from the 1950s to the 1980s, including four installments of the James Bond series, based on the novels by Ian Fleming:
- Goldfinger in 1964
- Diamonds Are Forever in 1969
- The Man with the Golden Gun in 1974
- Live and Let Die in 1973
Hamilton was orignially chosen to direct Superman in 1978, but due to tax reasons he was only allowed to be in England for thirty days, where production had moved at the last minute. The film then went to Richard Donner.
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|Birthday||September 16, 1922 (94)|