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Nigel Davenport

Nigel Davenport

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Born: May 23, 1928 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Cambridgeshire, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Vuelta de El Coyote, La (1998)
In the 1850s the mysterious masked man known as 'El Coyote' fought for good in Mexican California. He subsequently disappeared though and returned to his ordinary life as Cesar de Echague. Soon to be married, Cesar must return to his heroic persona to foil the dastardly real estate schemes of Genera
2.
Hotel Shanghai (1997) as Butler
Set several days before the infamous Bloody Sabbath of August 14, 1937 when a Japanese bomb landed on the Shanghai Hotel killing everyone, a mysterious Russian aristocrat Helen Russell arrives in the arms of her drunken British husband Bobbie Russell. She discovers that pictures of herself with a J
3.
Opium War, The (1997)
The story of Qing Dynasty official Lin Zexu and his battle against British imperialist is set at the start of 1838 during the first hints of the conflict that would become the Opium War which led to the ceding of Hong Kong to the British Empire. Lin Zexu is dispatched to Quangzhou to put an end to
4.
Without A Clue (1988) as Lord Smithwick
The story of Watson and legendary detective Sherlock Holmes, in which we see that Watson had all the brains.
5.
Caravaggio (1986) as Marchese Giustiniani
6.
Greystoke: The Legend Of Tarzan, Lord Of The Apes (1984) as Major Jack Downing
The legendary jungle king tries to adjust to life in British high society.
7.
Christmas Carol, A (1984) as Silas Scrooge
In this lavishly acclaimed, and equally lavish production of the Dickens classic that has been placed on a mantle beside the great film versions of the perennial story, George C. Scott's interpretation of Ebenezer Scrooge, mined for its riches and winning the actor an Emmy nomination, gives the char
8.
Strata (1982) as Victor
Travellers find themselves in conflict on an eerie volcanic location.
9.
CHARIOTS OF FIRE (1981) as Lord Birkenhead
Committed long-distance runners strive for the 1924 Olympics.
10.
Nighthawks (1981) as Inspector Peter Hartman
A New York police officer must track down a dangerous terrorist who has been wreaking havoc on the city.
11.
Den Tuchtigen Gehort Die Welt (1981)
After hired killer Harry Werner finishes on assassination in San Francisco, he travels to Vienna to kill a man who is blackmailing government officials. However, his target is as capable of killing as he is, and the two begin to hunt each other.
12.
Cry of the Innocent (1980) as Gray Harrison Hunt
Rod Taylor, an American insurance executive who sees his wife and two children die when a plane crashes into their vacation cottage on the Irish coast, uncovers a series of suspicious clues indicating that it was no accident, after a pretty financial reporter who resembles his dead wife (Joanna Pett
13.
Ordeal of Dr. Mudd, The (1980) as Colonel George Grenfell
Dennis Weaver is the Maryland physician condemned to prison in the Dry Tortugas in 1865 after unwittingly aiding in John Wilkes Booth's escape following Lincoln's assassination by setting Booth's broken leg, and several years later was pardoned by President Andrew Johnson for his work during an epid
14.
Zulu Dawn (1979) as Colonel Hamilton-Brown
In 1879, the British Colonies, in response to the perceived threat of the Zulu Nation, deliver a deliberately unacceptable ultimatum to the King who responds by putting his people on a war footing. Confident in their weapons technology and organization's ability to crush the seemingly outclassed primitive enemy, the British invade Zululand. We follow the events of this invasion through the eyes of characters on both sides as the British learn the hard way at Isandlwana just how badly in their racist arrogance they had underestimated the skill, might and courage of their foe.
15.
Omega Connection, The (1979) as Minton
16.
Island Of Dr. Moreau, The (1977) as Montgomery
A ship-wrecked man floats ashore on an island in the Pacific Ocean. The island is inhabited by a scientist, Dr. Moreau, who in an experiment has turned beasts into human beings.
17.
Stand Up Virgin Soldiers (1977) as Sergeant Driscoll
18.
Regenta, La (1974) as Alvaro Mesia
19.
Dracula (1974) as Dr Van Helsing
A lavish, atmospheric new version of Bram Stoker's classic tale of horror with Jack Palance heading a stellar British cast as the bloodthirsty count.
20.
Phase IV (1974) as Hubbs
A colony of ants in the desert form a collective intelligence and wage war against the humans that live there. Two scientists rescue a little girl from the ants and then set out to destroy the creatures, but the ants have plans of their own.
21.
Charley One-Eye (1972) as Bounty Hunter
Roy Thinnes, Richard Roundtree, Nigel Davenport, Jill Pearson, Aldo Sambrell, Luis Aller, Johnny Sekka. Wanted for murder, a black Union army deserter and a crippled Indian hole up in a Mexican church while a relentless bounty hunter closes in for the kill.
22.
Living Free (1972) as George Adamson
Games keepers who raised a lion in their home have to deal with her mischievous cubs.
23.
Villain (1971) as Rob Matthews
a bumbling outlaw is hired to ambush a stagecoach and steal its cargo of cash.
24.
The Last Valley (1971) as Gruber
People in a small German village in the last valley to remain untouched by the devastating Thirty Years' War try to exist in peace with a group of soldiers occupying the valley.
25.
Mary, Queen of Scots (1971) as Lord Bothwell [James Hepburn]
In this historical drama, Mary must battle Queen Elizabeth I, her brother James, the Scottish Lords, the Scottish protestants, her husband and herself to secure the crown for her son and heir, the future James I of England.
26.
The Mind of Mr. Soames (1970) as Dr. Maitland
Robert Vaughn, Terence Stamp, Nigel Davenport, Christian Roberts. Terence Stamp is awakened from a thirty year coma by scientist Robert Vaughn in this unusual mixture of RIP VAN WINKLE and THE MIRACLE WORKER.
27.
The Virgin Soldiers (1970) as Sergeant Driscoll
A British regiment, stationed in Malaya, finds time for amusement by frolicking with natives and some of the female British colonists on the island.
28.
No Blade of Grass (1970) as John Custance
A family tries to escape an environmental holocaust.
29.
Sinful Davey (1969) as Constable Richardson
Love complicates a 19th-century Scot's efforts to follow in his father's criminal footsteps.
30.
Play Dirty (1969) as Cyril Leech
An inexperienced captain leads his men against a Nazi fuelling station in the Sahara.
31.
The Royal Hunt of the Sun (1969) as De Soto
The Spanish explorer Pizarro captures the Inca god-chief Atahualpa and promises to free him upon the deliverance of a horde of gold. But Pizarro finds himself torn between his desire for conquest and his sense of honor after friendship and respect develops between captive and captor.
32.
Sebastian (1968) as General Phillips
A British mathematician, working on code decryption, unexpectedly falls in love with another decrypter. This leads them to a complicated intrigue within the codebreakers.
33.
The Strange Affair (1968) as Defense attorney
34.
Where the Spies Are (1966) as Parkington
A country doctor dabbles in espionage to get a new car.
35.
A Man for All Seasons (1966) as Duke of Norfolk
A devout scholar gets caught in the middle of Henry VIII's plans to break with the Catholic Church.
36.
Life at the Top (1965) as Mottram
After marrying the boss' daughter, a workingman begins to doubt his abilities.
37.
A High Wind in Jamaica (1965) as Mr. Thornton
The parents of children living in Jamaica, afraid that the kids are growing up uncivilized, decide to send them to England. But during the voyage, the childrens' ship is boarded by pirates and in the confusion the children wind up trapped on the pirate ship. The children view it as a lark, and one of them, a girl named Emily, develops an unusual bond with Chavez, the pirate captain. The superstitious pirates can't wait to unload the kids at the first port, but a tragedy prevents it, and Emily's relationship with Chavez takes a fateful twist.
38.
Sands of the Kalahari (1965) as Sturdevant
Survivors of a desert plane crash turn on each other.
39.
The Third Secret (1964) as Lew Harding
A prominent London Psychologist seems to have taken his own life, causing stunned disbelief amongst his colleagues and patients. His teenage daughter refuses to believe it was suicide as this would go against all of the principles her father stood for, therefore she is convinced it was murder. She enlists the help of a former patient to try to get to the truth. The truth, however, turns out to be both surprising and disturbing.
40.
In the Cool of the Day (1963) as Leonard
A man's efforts to save his friend's marriage lead to infidelity.
41.
Ladies Who Do (1963) as Mr. Strang
42.
Peeping Tom (1960) as Sergeant Miller
Raised by a sadist, a cinematographer kills young women while filming their fear.
43.
Look Back in Anger (1959) as 1st commercial traveller
An embittered young man spews venom on all around him, particularly his upper-class wife.

Cast (special)

44.
Lord Mountbatten: The Last Viceroy (1986) as Lord Ismay
A six-part series about Lord Mountbatten, the last Viceroy of India, and his administration of the vast nation shortly before it gained its independence from Britain in 1947.
45.
Dial "M" For Murder (1967) as Captain Lesgate
A suspense melodrama about a tennis star (Tony Wendice) who marries for money, then plots to have his wife, Margot, murdered.

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

46.
David Copperfield (2000) as Daniel Peggotty
Miniseries based on Charles Dickens' classic novel, "David Copperfield." Traces David Copperfield's life from his unhappy boyhood in the Salem House Academy to his triumph in life and love.<P>Part I: David Copperfield is born (shortly after the death of his father) much to the chagrin of his great a
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48.
Masada (1981) as Mucianus
Peter O'Toole made his American TV acting debut as the Roman general leading the epic 1st-century siege of Masada, the mountain fortress where about 900 Jewish Zealots made a heroic stand against 5,000 Roman soldiers. Peter Strauss is the fiery leader of the freedom-fighting Zealots, and their confr

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

49.
Longitude (2000) as Sir Charles Pelham
50.
Picture of Dorian Gray, The (1973) as Sir Harry Wotton
Oscar Wilde's eerie tale about a handsome Englishman who retains his youth while his portrait ages was given a two-part tape-to-film adaptation. Earlier there had been five silent film versions plus the classic production with Hurd Hatfield in 1945 and its 1970 remake.

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