Began his career as a screenwriter in the mid-1930s and, following WWII service, made his fiction directorial debut with "One Night With You" (1948). Young directed a number of routine British action films before hitting his stride in the 1960s with a series of James Bond extravaganzas, beginning with "Dr. No" (1962). His recent credits include "Inchon" (1982), one of the biggest commercial disasters in the history of cinema.
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Began film career at British International Pictures; worked as scenarist, assistant director, dialogue director, often on films directed by B.D. Hurst
Co-directing debut (with Hurst), the documentary "Men of Arnhem"
Fiction feature directing debut, "One Night With You"; first of three films released that year
US TV movie directing debut, "A Poppy is Also a Flower/Poppies Are Also Flowers"; anti-drug program produced by the United Nations; based on story by Ian Fleming