Flash Gordon and Get Carter Director Dies At 90
It is very hard to announce that a very well-known British director Mike Hodges has passed away at the age of 90. He was known for movies like Flash Gordon and Croupier. He is no more among his close ones and he took his last breath on Saturday. Recently his passing news came on the internet and this news went viral on social media platforms. His passing news left many people in shock and pain and now people are searching about Mike Hodges and how died he die. Here we have more information about the news and we will share it with you in this article.
Get Carter Director Mike Hodges Dies
Mike Hodges’s real name was Michael Tommy Hodges. But he was very famous as Mike Hodges and he was a British screenwriter, television and movie director, novelist and playwright. He was very famous for his movies Flash Gordon and Croupier. He got a job in British television as a teleprompter operator. The job allowed him to observe the working of the studios and gave him time to start writing scripts. He spent two years in compulsory national service on a royal navy minesweeper, which he credits as the inspiration for his first movie, Get Carter. Scroll down the page for more information about the news.
Who Was Mike Hodges?
As per the report, a very well-known British screenwriter Mike Hodges has passed away recently. He took his last breath on Saturday 17 December 2022 at the age of 90. His passing news has been confirmed by producer and I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead collaborator Mike Kaplan. Kaplan said Mike Hodges passed away at his home in Dorest England due to heart failure. As soon as this news went viral on social media uncounted people’s reactions hit the headlines on the internet. You are on the right page for more information about the news, so please read the complete article.
As far as we know, Mike Hodges was born on 29 July 1932, in Bristol, United Kingdom. He was a very famous and respected person who earned huge respect due to his best work. His second movie Pulp and this movie came only a year after Get Carter’s 1971 release, with Hodges’ directed talent rising to prominence with 1980’s Flash Gordon. Lots of people are very shocked by his sudden death and they are expressing their tribute to him on social media platforms. May his soul rest in peace. Stay tuned to Social Telecast for more updates.