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The following 12 lots are from the collection of the late Peter Hunt (1925-2002).
Peter Hunt began his distinguished career at Merton Park Studios as a clapper boy. He soon found work as an assistant in the cutting room of the great British director Alexander Korda, and progressed to film editing, working on productions such as The Man Who Watched Trains Go By, A Hill in Korea, A Cry From The Streets, Sink The Bismarck, Call Me Bwana and The Ipcress File. However, he is probably best remembered for his debut as a director with the sixth Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service, 1969. The film which also witnessed George Lazenby's first and only appearance as the British agent 007. Previously, Hunt had edited all of the first five Bond films, creating a style of "sharp cutting", as he called it, that is still emulated by editors and directors of action films today.