John Llewellyn Moxey, British film director, Died at 94

John Llewellyn Moxey was born on February 26, 1925, in Argentina, and died on April 29, 2019.

He was also credited as John L. Moxey or John Moxey,

He was an Argentinian-born British film and television director.

John Llewellyn Moxey was popular for directing the horror film The City of the Dead (also known as Horror Hotel, 1960) and directing episodes of The Saint, Magnum, P.I. and Murder, She Wrote.

His family worked a coal and steel business out of South America at the time.[3] He went to Rose Hill School, Banstead, Ottershaw College,[5] Bradfield College[6] and Royal Military College, Sandhurst.

Before entering the movie business, he served in World War II in the 53rd Division Reconnaissance Corps.

Beginning his vocation as an editorial manager, he along these lines proceeded to coordinate scenes of the British arrangement London Playhouse and The Adventures of Tugboat Annie.

He coordinated the movie The City of the Dead (otherwise known as, Horror Hotel, 1960), his component movie directorial debut.

Moxey coordinated the film Circus of Fear (1966).

For quite a bit of his vocation he concentrated on coordinating TV, including scenes of the British arrangement Man of the World, The Edgar Wallace Mysteries, Armchair Theater, The Baron, The Saint and the American arrangement Judd, for the Defense, Hawaii Five-O, Mission: Impossible, Mannix, Kung Fu, Miami Vice, Magnum, P.I., Murder, She Wrote and the pilot scene for Charlie’s Angels.

Moxey likewise coordinated a number TV films, including A Taste of Evil (1971), Home for the Holidays (1972), The Night Stalker (1972), Genesis II (1973), Where Have All the People Gone? (1974) and No Place to Hide (1981).

Moxey passed away at 94 years old.