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Robert Raglan

Robert Raglan


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Cast (feature film)

Catch Me a Spy (1971) as Ambassador
Horror House (1970) as Bradley
Loot (1970) as Doctor
A nurse, her lover and his boyfriend hide the money from a bank job in her dead patient''''s coffin.
The Magic Christian (1970) as Maltravers
Sir Guy Grand adopts homeless bum Youngman to be heir to his obscene wealth, and immediately begins bringing him into the intricacies of the family business, which is to prey upon people's greed by use of the vast holdings of the Grand empire. They leave no stone unturned as sporting events, restaurants, art galleries, and traditional pheasant hunts turn into lurid displays of bad manners and profiteering. Things climax at the social event of the season, the inaugural voyage of the new pleasure cruiser The Magic Christian.
Subterfuge (1968) as Fennimore
A young wife is becoming very distraught over the fact that her husband, a secret service "spy" for England, has changed his mind about transferring away so that he can spend more time with her and their young son. He has grown cold and distant towards her; she thinks it 's because of the secretiveness of his work. Meanwhile, an American spy comes to England and is induced to help the British "team" with an undercover spy ring. When this spy ring is over turned the "bugs" that crawl out from under its rock shocks everyone!
Prehistoric Women (1967) as Colonel Hammond
A jungle guide time travels to an era of evil brunettes with blonde slaves.
Where the Spies Are (1966) as Sir Robert
A country doctor dabbles in espionage to get a new car.
Jig Saw (1965) as Chief constable
Corridors of Blood (1963) as Wilkes
In an effort to relieve the suffering of surgery patients, Dr. Thomas Bolton painstakingly develops an opium-based anesthetic, to which he gradually becomes addicted. In order to provide a continual supply of chemicals to continue his experiments and support his addiction, he falls in with a den of murderers who use his signature to sell cadavers to the local hospital.
The Traitors (1963) as
Information Received (1962) as Superintendent Jeffcote
Wild for Kicks (1961) as F. O. official
Paul, a divorced architect, marries Nichole, a woman from Paris. His teen daughter Jenny has fallen in with the English beatnik scene and likes to hang out in cave-like clubs to listen to jazz and rudimentary rock'n'roll. Jenny takes an immediate dislike to her mother-in-law, who is not that much older than she, and goes out of her way to make life miserable for Nichole. When Jenny discovers that Nichole is a friend of one of the strippers from the dance hall across the street, she investigates and uses Nichole's sordid past to embarrass her father. Meanwhile Jenny attracts the lecherous eye of Kenny, the owner of the dance hall.
Gideon of Scotland Yard (1959) as Dawson
A Scotland Yard inspector struggles to get through a typical day on the job.
Innocent Meeting (1959)
Sean Lynch, Beth Rogan, Raymond Huntley, Ian Fleming, Howard Lang. Falsely accused of a theft, a former juvenile offender goes on the lam while his girlfriend pleads his case to the police.
High Jump (1959)
Child And The Killer, The (1959)
Patricia Driscoll, Robert Arden, Richard Williams, Ryck Rydon. Seven year old Tommy (Richard Williams) is taken hostage by an AWOL American soldier, guilty of murder, who forces the boy to lead him to safety in the British wilds.
Count Five and Die (1958) as Miller
Strange Case of Dr Manning (1958) as Plainclothesman
23 Paces to Baker Street (1956) as Police inspector
A blind playwright living in London overhears part of a conversation that propels him into a desperate race to find a kidnapped child.

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