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Cast (feature film)

1.
County Kilburn (2000) as Mr Bollox
In Kilburn, a predominently Irish district in northwest London, bartender Mickey is working his last week at the Waggon & Horses pub. Tired of the everyday dealings among the assortment of regulars, Mickey is looking for life beyond the bar. But the pub's routine is shaken with the arrival of Sue, a
2.
Empty Mirror, The (1996) as Adolf Hitler
An intellectual, psychological and historical exercise fuelling the basis of a hallucinatory psychodrama which provides Adolf Hitler with the dramatic opportunity to recapitulate, explain and analyze his insidious career. The virtual one-man performance piece imagines a postwar Hitler holed up in an
3.
Mother Night (1996) as Werner Noth
Howard W. Campbell Jr., an American writer living in pre-World War II Germany, is pressed into service by the U.S. government on a top secret assignment. His mission: to assume the role of a Nazi sympathizer. With his true purpose known by only a few, Campbell becomes a prominent spokesman for the Nazis' anti-American and anti-semitic agenda, gaining celebrity in Germany and infamy in the States. Campbell's nightmarish misadventures continue when, years after the war, he is suddenly recognized as the infamous Howard W. Campbell. All at once, he is persecuted by outraged Holocaust survivors, pursued by the U.S. authorities as a traitor, and embraced by neo-Nazis and white supremacists who feel nostalgia for the "good old days." Ultimately, Campbell is imprisoned in Israel and ordered to stand trial as a Nazi war criminal. During his incarceration, he struggles with own uncertainty as to whether he actually a hero, a villain, or both.
4.
King of the Wind (1990) as Captain "Blueskin" Blake
The story of a young Arab boy named Akba whose master allows him to raise an Arabian colt, Sham, after its mother dies. The boy and the horse are traded and sold many times. Eventually, they move to England where they live with an earl who would like one of his horses to win the famous Newmarket Rac
5.
Tai-Pan (1986) as Quance
In 1842, the Chinese are outraged by the British imperialists who buy opium from them and then sell it back at a higher price. In response to this anger, the British send warships to the China Coast to maintain control. This results in a treaty which gives England the right to use Hong Kong as a fre
6.
Sakharov (1984) as Psychiatrist
Russian nuclear physicist turned political dissident Andrei Sakharov, whose outspoken views on human rights oppression in his homeland brought him not only the Nobel Peace Prize, but also internal exile in the closed-to-foreigners city of Gorky, was the timely subject of this made-for-cable film. It
7.
Final Option, The (1982) as Ryan
Lewis Collins, Judy Davis, Richard Widmark, Robert Webber, Edward Woodward, Tony Doyle, Ingrid Pitt. An agent for Britain's Special Air Services infiltrates a group of international terrorists who are plotting to seize the American Embassy in London. Although he receives third billing, Richard Widmark's role, as the U.S. Secretary of State, is practically a cameo. Based on the novel THE TIPTOE BOYS by George Markstein.
8.
I'll Never Forget What's 'Is Name (1968) as Nicholas
Advertising golden boy Andrew Quint is fed up with his fabulously successful life. In very dramatic fashion, he quits his job to return to writing for a small literary magazine. He wants to leave his former life behind, going as far as saying good-bye to his wife and mistresses. He finds, however, that it's not so easy to escape the past.
9.
The Penthouse (1967) as Dick
10.
Falstaff (1967) as Henry Percy, called Hotspur
Sir John Falstaff is the hero in this compilation of extracts from Shakespeare's 'Henry IV' and other plays, made into a connected story of Falstaff's career as young Prince Hal's drinking companion. The massive knight roisters with and without the prince, philosophizes comically, goes to war (in his own fashion), and meets his final disappointment, set in a real-looking late-medieval England.
11.
Johnny Nobody (1965) as Father Healey
When the atheistic ranting of Irish-American author James Mulcahy upsets the inhabitants of the Irish village to which he has retired, a mob threatens him. But moments after he has dared God to strike him dead, a stranger appears and does so. The man, dubbed "Johnny Nobody" by the press, claims no knowledge of Mulcahy or even of himself. He asks the help of the village priest, Father Carey, in his upcoming trial for Mulcahy's murder. While the amnesiac Johnny goes to trial, Father Carey mulls questions of belief raised by the case. And then, the good father learns a little more about Johnny Nobody...
12.
Four in the Morning (1965) as Husband
Four personal stories are intercut during one London night.
13.
Murder in Eden (1962) as Michael Lucas
14.
The Quare Fellow (1962) as Lavery
A prison warden finds his belief in capital punishment tested.
15.
Webster Boy, The (1962) as Donald Saunders
A gambler comes out of prison, returns to his old-flame, and finds that she has a teenage son, who begins to believe that the ex-con is his father.

Cast (special)

16.
Deceived By Flight (1991) as Roland Marshall
A two-part presentation of "Mystery!" Continues the adventures of Inspector Morse of the Oxford, England, police. Sergeant Lewis goes undercover and joins a cricket team to probe a team-member's death.
17.
Rumpole and the Bubble Reputation (1989) as Morry Machin
Rumpole defends the editor of a sensationalist tabloid newspaper in a libel action brought by a popular romantic novelist. Unfortunately, the author's greatest fan is the presiding judge.
18.
Theban Plays, The (1988) as Corinthian Messenger
A new adaptation of Sophocles' trilogy dating from 400 B.C. about King Oedipus and his doomed legacy; each play is two hours long. In Part 1, "Oedipus the King," Oedipus fails to escape his fate and discovers he has killed his father, King Laius, and that Queen Jocasta, who has borne him a child, is
19.
Appointment With a Killer (1975) as Peter Ingram
The story revolves around a five-year-old murder whose solution lies in a book on Shakespeare's works.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

20.
Miss Marple: The Mirror Crack'd (1993) as Dr Gilchrist

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

21.
Lakes, The (2000) as Coroner
22.
Story of David, The (1976) as Joab
A two-part four-hour dramatization of the life of the Biblical warrior and ruler, filmed on location in Israel (and Spain) by the producer and writer of "The Story of Jacob and Joseph" (1974). Director Alex Segal fell ill during the filming and was succeeded by David Lowell Rich.

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