British assistant director Bert Batt died sometime in early November 2011. Batt was an assistant director on such well known films as "The Dirty Dozen" and "Zulu" (both 1964), "The Man Who Would be King (1975) and "A Bridge Too Far" (1977). He wrote one screenplay and that was for the film "Frankenstein Must be Destroyed" (1969). Born in London in 1930 he began working in films as an assistant director at the age of 17 in 1947.
Born: 1930 London, England, U.K.
Died: 11/?2011 England, U.K.
Bert Batt's western - assistant director:
Robbery Under Arms - 1957