Cyril Endfield

Cyril Raker Endfield majored in Drama at Yale while also studying mathematics, mechanical drawing and silversmithing. He occasionally worked as a professional sleight-of-hand magician and was admitted as a member of the Magic Castle in L.A. and the Magic Circle in London. Endfield assisted Orson Welles on Mercury Theater projects, then directed film noir classics such as The Underworld Story and The Sound of Fury. Blacklisted by the House Un-American Activities Committee in 1951, Endfield lived and worked in the U.K. for the rest of his life. There he directed such cult-classic films as Zulu, starring Michael Caine.


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