skip navigation
Overview for W. T. Partleton
W. T. Partleton

W. T. Partleton


TCM Messageboards
Post your comments here


TCM Archive Materials VIEW ALL ARCHIVES (0)

Also Known As: Died:
Born: Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Profession: Make-Up ...


Make-Up (feature film)

Perfect Friday (1970) as Makeup
The deputy manager of a London bank has worked out a way to rob the branch of £200,000. When he becomes involved with the attractive Lady Dorset he decides to go ahead with his plan. He needs her help and that of her philandering spendthrift husband. It all comes down to a matter of trust.
Lock Up Your Daughters (1969) as Makeup
Three sailors on leave turn a British town upside down.
The High Commissioner (1968) as Makeup
Rod Taylor plays a policeman sent to return a sensitive case; An Australian citizen, currently acting as high commissioner for peace talks who is wanted for an old charge -- of murder. The talks are too sensitive to be disturbed, so Taylor ends up watching Christopher Plummer as he conducts his talks, and discovers that some want the talks to fail enough to think that killing Plummer is an obvious way to stop them.
Interlude (1968) as Makeup
A young female journalist in London falls in love with a married orchestra conductor.
The Quiller Memorandum (1966) as Makeup
An international spy infiltrates a Neo-Nazi gang.
Kaleidoscope (1966) as Makeup
A pretty girl lures a luckless gambler into a dangerous poker game.
Arabesque (1966) as Makeup
A university professor gets mixed up with international spies and a two-timing woman.
Doctor in Distress (1964) as Chief makeup
An intern and his antagonistic boss bond over romantic problems.
Young and Willing (1964) as Makeup
Play It Cool (1963) as Makeup
The Swingin' Maiden (1963) as Makeup
An American airline firm plan to buy a new British passenger plane, but the deal hits trouble when the plane's designer Jack Hopkins and Kathy Fisher the daughter of the Airline owner, take an instant dislike to each other, after crashing into each other in a quiet country lane. With each blaming the other for the accident, the arrangement looks in trouble, unless nature takes a hand.
Sink the Bismarck! (1960) as Makeup
Chronicles the breakout of the Bismark during the early days of World War Two. Seen both from the point of view of the many naval vessels on both sides and from the central headquarters of the British where the search for the super battleship was controlled.
Sapphire (1959) as Makeup
In 1950s London racial hostility to Commonweath immigrants is openly paraded. A pregnant girl, initially assumed to be white, is murdered. As two detectives start to investigate, and discover her racial origins were much more mixed, public prejudices and those of the officers themselves are exposed.
A Night to Remember (1958) as Makeup
The crew and passengers of the Titanic fight to survive when the legendary ship strikes an iceberg.
The Gypsy And The Gentleman (1958) as Makeup
A gypsy maiden tries to seduce a drunken nobleman in order to better her class.
Floods of Fear (1958) as Makeup
Two escaped convicts are trapped in a remote farmhouse during a flood.
The Beasts Of Marseilles (1957) as Makeup
British POWs hide from the Germans in occupied France.
HELL DRIVERS (1957) as Makeup
A trucker tangles with a corrupt boss and his thugs.
The Iron Petticoat (1956) as Makeup
Captain Vinka Kovelenko defects from Russia, but not for political reasons. She defects because she feels discriminated against as a woman. Captain Chuck Lockwood gets the order to show her the bright side of capitalism, while she tries to convince him of the superority of communism. Naturally, they fall in love, but there's still the KGB, which doesn't like the idea of having a defected Russian officer running around in London.
Quartet (1949) as Makeup
W. Somerset Maugham introduces four of his most famous short stories.
The Young Mr. Pitt (1943) as Cosmetician

Please support TCMDB by adding to this information.

Click here to contribute