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Peter Sykes is an Australian movie director born in Melbourne in the year 1939. He came to some prominance in independent British film circles for writing and directing the 1968 music/drama The Committee. He then went on to direct two episodes of the quirky adventure series The Avengers. Sykes' first work in the horror genre was directing the 1971 film The Legend of Spider Forest. He immediately followed this up in 1972 with Demons of the Mind for Hammer Film Productions. Also for Hammer, Peter Sykes adapted Dennis Wheatley's To the Devil a Daughter in 1976. Sykes also had an uncredited cameo appearance in the film as a man at an airport. In 1977 he directed the comedy/horror movie The House in Nightmare Park.
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