Norman Clarence Quick was born in Toronto, Ontario on April 22, 1921. As a youth, Norm carried camera equipment for his father, Charles James Quick.
Norm’s father, worked in the 1920s with the the Ontario Motion Picture Bureau and was involved in the production of the well-known feature film “Carry On Sergeant” in 1927.
Landing in Britain in December 1942, Norm served at the Alton Convalescent Hospital before getting orders to join the Canadian Army Film & Photo Unit (CFPU) in London.
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