Thomas Bentley

Thomas Bentley (23 February 1884 – 23 December 1966) was a British film director. He directed 68 films between 1912 and 1941. He directed three films in the early DeForest Phonofilm sound-on-film process, ''The Man in the Street'' (1926), ''The Antidote'' (1927), and ''Acci-Dental Treatment'' (1928).

Bentley was born in St George Hanover Square, London and originally trained as an engineer but went on to become a vaudeville performer well known for impersonating the characters from the novels of Charles Dickens on stage. His directing career in silent films began in 1910 with his adaptations of a number of Dickens' novels to film. After his retirement from directing in 1941 he became technical advisor to the British Film Council. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Bentley, Thomas
Published 1765
printed for Becket and de Hondt, in the Strand; Johnson and Davenport, in Pater-Noster-Row; Parsons and Smith, in Newcastle under Lyne; and J. Gore, in Liverpool

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by Bentley, Thomas
Published 1735
printed for T. Cooper at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row

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by Bentley, Thomas
Published 1791

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by Bentley, Thomas
Published 1794

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by Bentley, Thomas
Published 1793
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by Bentley, Thomas
Published 1780
printed for T. Becket, Corner of the Adelphi, Strand

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by Bentley, Thomas
Published 1794
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by Bentley, Thomas
Published 1794
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by Bentley, Thomas
Published 1766
Printed for Becket and De Hondt, in the Strand; Johnson and Davenport, in Pater-noster Row; Parsons and Smith, in Newcastle under line; and J. Gore, in Liverpool

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by Bentley, Thomas
Published 1765
[Printed for Becket [and 6 others]

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by Bentley, Thomas
Published 1766
[Printed for Becket [and 6 others]

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by Bentley, Thomas Richard
Published 1798
printed for F. and C. Rivington, no. 62, St. Paul's church-yard, and J. Hatchard, No. 173, Piccadilly