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Producer, Seth Holt, was born Palestine [now Israel] on {birthday} in {birth_city}, {birth_state}. Holt died at the age of 1971 in 1971 in London, England .



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Brother-in-law of Robert Hamer.

Among the film projects Holt announced at various times were: "A Piece Of The Action", an original screenplay set in Las Vegas by David T. Chantler, which was to have been produced by Robert Aldrich; "Lady Into Fox", a version of the celebrated novel by David Garnett; "Gratz", an original screenplay by the novelist J.P. Donleavy; "The Anarchist", a biopic about Bakunin written by the literary critic Alfred Alvarez; a modern-dress version of Thomas Middleton's seventeenth-century play "Women, Beware Women"; and a thriller written by John Howlett to be called "The Velvet Well". None of these projects came to fruition.

Began directing a farcical detective thriller, "Monsieur Lecoq", in 1967 and filmed for several weeks in mostly bad weather which caused considerable delays. Eventually, Columbia Pictures decided it would be cheaper to abandon the uncompleted film. John Le Mesurier, who had a small role, suggested in his autobiography that Holt had never recovered from this career blow.

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