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Alfred Roome

Alfred Wallace Roome (22 December 1908 – 19 November 1997) was an English film editor and occasional director.[1][2]

Born in London, in 1908, he first worked in the film industry as a film editor on the 1932 British comedy film Thark. He went on to edit mostly comedies over the next forty years including many of the Aldwych Farces films, and Will Hay films such as Boys Will Be Boys.

He directed crime film My Brother's Keeper (1948) and comedy film It's Not Cricket (1949).

In the latter years of his career he edited the Carry On series of films alongside the director, Gerald Thomas. He retired in 1975 after editing Carry on Behind.

Personal life

Roome was married to the actress Janice Adair from 1929 until her death in 1996. The couple had two children, a daughter and a son Christopher who was killed in the King's Cross fire of 1987. Alfred Roome died on 19 November 1997, in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire.

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