George T. Miller

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George T. Miller
Born George Trumbull Miller
1943 (age 74–75)
Scotland, United Kingdom
Occupation Film director
Years active 1969–present
Awards Most Popular Film at
Montreal World Film Festival
1982 The Man from Snowy River

George Trumbull Miller (born 1943) is a Scottish-Australian film and television director and producer. He has directed The Man from Snowy River, The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter, and Zeus and Roxanne.

He started his career in 1966 working for Crawford Productions. "They trained you to do everything, they'd throw you in at the deep end to see if you sank or swam," he said. "I was one of the ones who swam – you wouldn't get that training anywhere now."[1]

Miller says he was offered to direct "Crocodile" Dundee but had to turn it down because he was going to make another film at the time, which ended up not being made.[1]


Year Title Notes
1978 Against the Wind TV mini-series
1980 The Last Outlaw TV mini-series
1982 The Man from Snowy River
1985 The Aviator
Anzacs TV mini-series
1986 Cool Change
1987 Les Patterson Saves the World
Bushfire Moon
1990 The Neverending Story II: The Next Chapter
A Mom for Christmas TV movie
1991 In the Nick of Time TV movie
1992 Over the Hill
Frozen Assets
1993 Gross Misconduct
1994 Andre
1997 Zeus and Roxanne
Tidal Wave: No Escape TV movie
Robinson Crusoe
1999 Journey to the Center of the Earth TV mini-series
2002 Cybermutt TV movie
2005 Attack of the Sabretooth TV movie
2009 Prey


  1. ^ a b Lucinda Schmidt, "Money Profile: George Miller", Sydney Morning Herald 6 February 2008 p 2

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