Ray Austin (director)

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Ray Austin (born 5 December 1932) is an English television and film director, television writer, novelist and former stunt performer and actor who has worked in both the United Kingdom and the United States.wikipedia
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His work as a TV director includes episodes of The Avengers (1968), Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (1969–70), Space: 1999 (1975–76), The New Avengers (1976–77), and V (1984).

Virgin Witch

He has also directed some made-for-TV films, including The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1983), and some feature films such as Virgin Witch (1972) and House of the Living Dead (1974).
Virgin Witch is a 1971 British horror sexploitation film directed by Ray Austin and starring Ann Michelle and Vicki Michelle.

Stunt performer

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Ray Austin (born 5 December 1932) is an English television and film director, television writer, novelist and former stunt performer and actor who has worked in both the United Kingdom and the United States.
However, in 1958 Thunder Road starring Robert Mitchum, with stunt coordinator was Cary Loftin and a stunt team including Ray Austin, Neil Castes Sr., Robert Hoy, and Dale Van Sickel, introduced the era of the car chase movie.

House of the Living Dead

He has also directed some made-for-TV films, including The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1983), and some feature films such as Virgin Witch (1972) and House of the Living Dead (1974).
House of the Living Dead, also known as Doctor Maniac, is a British/South African international co-production Gothic horror and science fiction film made in 1974 under the title Skaduwees Oor Brugplaas (Shadows over Bridge Place) by director Ray Austin.

The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

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He has also directed some made-for-TV films, including The Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E. (1983), and some feature films such as Virgin Witch (1972) and House of the Living Dead (1974).
The movie, written by Michael Sloan and directed by Ray Austin, briefly filled in the missing years.

The Avengers (TV series)

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His work as a TV director includes episodes of The Avengers (1968), Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (1969–70), Space: 1999 (1975–76), The New Avengers (1976–77), and V (1984). From 1965 to 1967 he served as stunt coordinator on 50 episodes of The Avengers. The Guinness world record site states that "In 1965, Dame Diana Rigg (UK) became the first western actress to perform kung fu on Television when the combat choreographers Ray Austin (UK) and Chee Soo (UK/China) worked elements of the martial art into her fight scenes on The Avengers. Certificate presentation was done on The New Paul O'Grady Show."
Ray Austin became the fight arranger for series 4 and 5, introducing kung fu to the series.

The Zany Adventures of Robin Hood

The Zany Adventures of Robin Hood is a 1984 American made-for-television comedy film directed by Ray Austin and starring George Segal, Morgan Fairchild, Roddy McDowell, Janet Suzman and Tom Baker.

Chee Soo

The Guinness world record site states that "In 1965, Dame Diana Rigg (UK) became the first western actress to perform kung fu on Television when the combat choreographers Ray Austin (UK) and Chee Soo (UK/China) worked elements of the martial art into her fight scenes on The Avengers. Certificate presentation was done on The New Paul O'Grady Show."
Chee Soo was also involved as a fight choreographer with the cult TV series The Avengers during the 1960s as is evidenced by publicity photographs of him with Ray Austin (himself a Black Belt third dan Kung Fu Master and pupil of Soo's) and Diana Rigg probably taken around 1967.

Highlander: The Series

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The regular directors were Thomas J. Wright, Jorge Montesi and Ray Austin.

Ghost Squad (TV series)

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Ray Austin, stunt director for the entire series, played Billy Clay in Series 3; he went on to become a TV director in Hollywood and the UK.

1000 Convicts and a Woman

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Fun and Games (released in the US as 1000 Convicts and a Woman) is a 1971 British sexploitation film directed by Ray Austin.

Return of the Man from U.N.C.L.E.

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The V.I.P.s (film)

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Raymond Austin, a stuntman and a friend of Burton's, appears in the film as Andros's driver.

The Master (American TV series)

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Thunder Road (1958 film)

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The stunt team included Ray Austin, Neil Castes Sr., Robert Hoy, and Dale Van Sickel.

The Sundowners (1960 film)

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Ray Austin was the stunt coordinator.

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Ray Austin (born 5 December 1932) is an English television and film director, television writer, novelist and former stunt performer and actor who has worked in both the United Kingdom and the United States.

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Ray Austin (born 5 December 1932) is an English television and film director, television writer, novelist and former stunt performer and actor who has worked in both the United Kingdom and the United States.

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Ray Austin (born 5 December 1932) is an English television and film director, television writer, novelist and former stunt performer and actor who has worked in both the United Kingdom and the United States.