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Clive Donner (b. 21 January 1926, London) is a British film director who started his career in the mid-1950s after working as a film editor (most notably on the comedy Genevieve, made in 1953). In addition, he was the editor on the Alastair Sims' Christmas classic "Scrooge", made in 1951. His best regarded work is generally thought to be the satire on the British class system Nothing But the Best (1964), starring Alan Bates and Denholm Elliott.

Donner has also frequently worked on TV on various series and TV films,notably Rogue Male (1976), featuring Peter O'Toole and Alastair Sim, and such series as Sir Francis Drake and Danger Man.

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