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Cast (feature film)

1.
11 Harrowhouse (1974)
A small time diamond merchant is jumps at the chance to supervise the purchase, and cutting of a large first class diamond. But when the diamond is stolen from him, he is blackmailed into pulling off a major heist at the Diamond Exchange, located at 11 Harrowhouse.
2.
Young Winston (1972) as Dr. Roose
The young Winston Churchill overcomes a bad family life and early military mistakes to launch his political career.
3.
Zeppelin (1971) as Lord Delford
The outbreak of World War I places Scots officer Geoffrey Richter-Douglas in an uncomfortable position. Although his allegiance is to Britain, his mother was from an aristocratic Bavarian family, and he spent his summers in Germany as a child. When Geoffrey is approached by a German spy who offers him a chance to defect, he reports the incident to his superiors, but instead of arresting the spy they suggest that he accept her offer--and become an Allied agent. In Germany, among old friends, Geoffrey discovers that loyalty is more complicated than he expected, especially when he finds himself aboard the maiden voyage of a powerful new prototype Zeppelin, headed for Scotland on a secret mission that could decide the outcome of the war.
4.
Lock Up Your Daughters (1969) as Boswell
Three sailors on leave turn a British town upside down.
5.
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969) as General Paunceforth
In this musical remake, a conservative boys' school teacher falls in love with an actress.
6.
Cop-Out (1968) as Colonel Flower
John Sawyer, once an eminent barrister, has slid into a life of cynicism and drunkenness since his wife left him. When his daughter's boyfriend is accused of murder, Sawyer decides to try to pull himself together and defend him in court.
7.
The Alphabet Murders (1966) as "X"
Belgian detective Hercule Poirot investigates a series of murders committed in alphabetical order.
8.
Make Mine a Million (1965) as National TV director-general
9.
A Matter of WHO (1962) as Hatfield
10.
I Thank a Fool (1962) as Judge
A woman once convicted of euthanasia gets a job caring for her prosecutor's wife.
11.
The Pure Hell of St. Trinian's (1961) as V.I.P.
When the school burns to the ground there's clearly been some arson around. The pupils are found guilty and the judge hands them into the care of a pretty dubious child psychiatrist. The sixth form are soon kidnapped and on their way to Arabia with the Ministry of Education, Barchester police, and an Army Bath Unit after them. But real rescue fourth form.
12.
Shake Hands with the Devil (1959) as Sir Arnold Fielding
An Irish rebel leader becomes addicted to violence.
13.
The Safecracker (1958) as Sir George Turvey
A reformed burglar calls on his criminal skills to aid the war effort.
14.
Abandon Ship (1957) as Maj. Gen. Barrington
After a luxury liner sinks, the officer in charge of an over-crowded lifeboat has to decide who can stay on board.
15.
Beyond Mombasa (1957) as Irate Englishman
Cornel Wilde, Donna Reed, Leo Genn, Ron Randell, Christopher Lee, Dan Jackson. Cornel Wilde goes to Africa to help his brother mine uranium but, upon arrival, he discovers that his sibling has been murdered by a quasi-religious cult called The Leopard Men. Or at least that's what his late brother's two unscrupulous partners tell him.
16.
Lucky Jim (1957) as Sir Hector Gore-Urquhart
Jim Dixon feels anything but lucky. At the university he has to do the bidding of absent-minded and boring Professor Welch to have any hope of keeping his job. Worse, he has managed to get entangled with unexciting but neurotic Margaret Peel, a friend of the Professor's. All-in-all, the pub is the only friendly place to be. His misery is completed at a dreadful weekend gathering of the Welch clan by the arrival of son Bertrand. Not so much that Betrand is loud-mouthed and boorish - which he is - but that he has as companion Christine Callaghan, the sort of marvellous and unattainable woman Jim can only dream about.
17.
Carrington V.C. (1955) as Lt Colonel Huxford
18.
Richard III (1955) as Rivers
A hunchbacked madman plots to make himself king of England.
19.
Turn the Key Softly (1953) as Walters
20.
The Lavender Hill Mob (1951) as Station Sergeant
An overlooked gold transporter with twenty years service plots to steal a million pounds of gold.
21.
Trio (1950) as Ship's captain
W. Somerset Maugham introduces three more of his stories about human foibles.
22.
Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949) as Prisoner Governor
An ambitious young man sets out to kill everyone who stands between him and a fortune.
23.
Quartet (1949) as Henry Blane
W. Somerset Maugham introduces four of his most famous short stories.
24.
Scott Of The Antarctic (1948) as Herbert Ponting
A British commander fights to beat a Norwegian team in the search for the South Pole.

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