Terry Marcel is an English director, writer, and producer.
Terry Marcel was born , in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom. His zodiac sign is Gemini.
Terry Marcel has directed movies such as Jane and the Lost City, released in 1987, Prisoners of the Lost Universe (1983), Hawk the Slayer (1980).
Terry Marcel has written the story of Prisoners of the Lost Universe, released in 1983.
Also a producer, Terry Marcel has worked on movies such as Jane and the Lost City, released in 1987.
Jane and the Lost City
Directed by: T. Marcel, starring S. J. Jones, M. Adams, J. Carrott, K. Hughes...
Prisoners of the Lost Universe
Directed by: T. Marcel, starring R. Hatch, K. Lenz, J. Saxon, P. O'Farrell...
Hawk the Slayer
Directed by: T. Marcel, starring J. Palance, J. Terry, B. Bresslaw, R. Charleson...
Trial by Combat
Directed by: K. Connor, starring J. Mills, D. Pleasence, B. Hershey, D. Birney...
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