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Roy Kinnear

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Also Known As: Died: September 20, 1988
Born: January 8, 1934 Cause of Death: fall from a horse
Birth Place: Wigan, England, GB Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Princess and the Goblin, The (1994) as Voice Of Mump
Adapted from George MacDonald's classic fairy tale about a young princess who has lived her entire life in the sheltered world of the royal castle. When evil goblins threaten to take over the kingdom, the princess is helped by two mysterious new friends.
Return of the Musketeers, The (1989) as Planchet
The reunion of the four Musketeers twenty years later.
Diamond's Edge (1988) as Jack Splendide
A would-be private eye and his younger brother are embroiled in an international caper.
A Man For All Seasons (1988) as The Common Man
An adaptation of Robert Bolt's play focusing on the conflict waged between King Henry VIII and Sir Thomas More when the King broke with the Roman Catholic Church.
Casanova (1987) as Balbi
A movie about Casanova, the great Italian lover. The film traces Casanova's life from his teenage years, as he struggles with the attempt to find a career that suits him, and his early romantic scrapes, to the older and more experienced Casanova, as he lives through adventure after adventure, especi
Pirates (1986) as Dutch
Captain Thomas Bartholomew Red, a peg-legged British pirate, is captured by Don Alfonso, captain of the Spanish galleon Neptune. Eventually, Red causes the Neptune's crew to mutiny, abducts the niece of the governor of Maracaibo, and steals a golden Aztec throne from the Spaniards.
Zany Adventures Of Robin Hood (1984) as Friar Tuck
Goofy goings-on in the Sherwood Forest and environs in this spoof of the Robin Hood legend with George Segal as a slightly out of kilter (and rather long of tooth) taketh from the rich and giveth to the poor -- after expenses -- medieval outlaw. To many, this film evoked fond memories of Mel Brooks'
Pavlova (1983) as Gardener
Boys in Blue, The (1983) as Hector Lloyd
Hammett (1982) as "English" Eddie Hagedorn
During his days as a detective, writer Dashiell Hammett tries to find a missing Chinese girl in San Francisco.
Hawk The Slayer (1980) as Innkeeper
High Rise Donkey (1980) as Mr Garnett
Omega Connection, The (1979) as Bidley
Watership Down (1978) as Voice
When their home is destroyed, a group of rabbits fight to survive in a violent world.
Hound of the Baskervilles, The (1978) as Ethel Seldon
Herbie Goes To Monte Carlo (1977) as Quincey
Thieves plant stolen diamonds under the hood of a magical Volkswagen.
Not Now, Comrade (1977) as Hoskins
Last Remake of Beau Geste, The (1977) as Corporal Boldini
The priceless Blue Water sapphire is coveted by the heirs of Sir Hector Geste - his new wife, Flavia; his daughter, Isabel; and his adopted twin sons, heroic Beau and pathetic Digby. When Sir Hector takes to his deathbed (where he remains for the duration of the film), Beau absconds with the stone, to keep it from his stepmother. Flavia pursues him to North Africa, dispensing sexual favors to promote her schemes.
Royal Flash (1976) as Old Roue
Adventure Of Sherlock Holmes' Smarter Brother, The (1975) as Finney--Moriarty'S Aide
The famed detective's brother tries to steal his thunder.
One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing (1975) as Superintendent Grubbs
A group of spies hide a microfilm inside a dinosaur in The British Museum. Some children enroll a group of nannies to thwart the spies and Save England !!
The Four Musketeers (1975) as Planchet
To maintain control of the French monarchy, Cardinal Richelieu kidnaps D¿Artagnan¿s true love.
Juggernaut (1974) as Social Director
Two demolitions experts race the clock to find and disarm a set of bombs placed on an ocean liner at sea.
Barry Mckenzie Holds His Own (1974) as Bishop Of Paris
The Pied Piper (1972) as Burgermaster Poppendick
Rentadick (1972)
Armitage runs a chemical company that is on the verge of producing a gas that causes temporary disability. Clearly the military want it but it is also sought by a group of Japanese. Both Armitage and Madam Greenfly hire different people in the same detective agency to guard the gas and steal it respectively... confusion, double crosses and hilarity ensue...
Madame Sin (1972) as Holidaymaker
In her initial movie for television, Bette Davis is a ruthless, all-powerful mystery woman who abducts an ex-CIA agent and forces him to help her steal an ultra-modern Polaris submarine. This pilot to a prospective series was a personal project of co-star Robert Wagner, here acting as the film's exe
Melody (1971) as Mr Perkins
Two ten year olds declare to their parents that they want to get married. Not sometime in the future but as soon as possible. The story is told from the children's point of view.
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) as Mr. [Henry] Salt
A boy wins a tour of a famous, and deadly, chocolate factory.
Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970) as Weller
Count Dracula takes revenge on the businessmen who killed his faithful servant.
Scrooge (1970) as Portly gentleman
A miser faces the ghosts of his past on Christmas Eve.
On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (1970) as Prince Regent
A psychiatrist falls in love with a patient''''s past life.
The Bed Sitting Room (1969) as Plastic Mac Man
A pregnant woman searches for love amidst the ruins of nuclear war.
Lock Up Your Daughters (1969) as Sir Tunbelly Clumsey
Three sailors on leave turn a British town upside down.
The Mini-Affair (1968) as Fire extinguisher salesman
How I Won the War (1967) as Clapper
Misfits and incompetent kooks try to fight WW2.
The Deadly Affair (1967) as Adam Scarr
A secret agent investigates the tangled affairs surrounding a government official''''s suicide.
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966) as Instructor
Madcap musical set in ancient Rome, where a clever slave connives to win his freedom.
Help! (1965) as Algernon
The Fab Four spoof James Bond and are chased in exotic locales around the world. The cause of their troubles is an item of jewelry in Ringo's possession.
Underworld Informers (1965) as Shorty
When the detective in charge of investigating a series of bank robberies, starts to get too close to the culprits, they set up a blackmail scheme to warn him off. But when the crooks begin to fall out with each other, the police learn the truth.
The Hill (1965) as Monty Bartlett
Prisoners fight to survive the grueling conditions in a North African military stockade.
The Boys (1963) as
French Dressing (1963) as Henry
Set at a British holiday resort, a bright young deckchair attendant cons the local entertainments manager and the mayor into running a film festival, then persuades an ambitious young French actress to be the star of the proceedings.
Tiara Tahiti (1963) as Capt. Tom Enderby
Heavens Above! (1963) as Fred Smith
A priest who always speaks the truth shocks his conservative parishioners.
Sparrows Can't Sing (1963) as Fred Gooding
A sailor comes home to find his wife missing and his house demolished.
The Small World of Sammy Lee (1963) as Lucky Dave
Oh... Rosalinda! (1955)
"Die Fledermaus" (The Bat) is the pseudonym adopted by Dr Falke. Floating on the buoyant waltzes of Strauss, this Viennese romp is sure to please. Disguises, tricks and every kind of deception combine to reveal a would-be cheat in hot pursuit of his own wife, much to his chagrin. Silly, charming, always entertaining, always fun. This is a film version of "Die Fledermaus" set in post-war Vienna with the main protagonists of Dr Falke represented by the 3 occupying powers. This is NOT just a film of a staged production but a truly filmic version of the operetta.

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