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Felix Aylmer

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Also Known As: Died: September 2, 1979
Born: February 21, 1889 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Wiltshire, England, GB Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Hostile Witness (1968) as Mr Justice Osborne
A lawyer out to avenge his daughter's death becomes the suspect in a suspect's murder.
Masquerade (1965) as Henrickson
An Arab heir plots his own kidnapping in a desperate bid for peace in the Middle East.
The Chalk Garden (1964) as Judge McWhirrey
A woman with a past signs on as governess for a troubled girl.
The Hands of Orlac (1964) as Dr. Cochrane
A pianist has a transplant operation that gives him a new pair of hands. Unfortunately, the hands belonged to a murderer, and he finds the hands starting to take over his life and commit crimes. A seedy magician suspects what is happening and tries to blackmail him.
Becket (1964) as Archbishop of Canterbury
England's King Henry II appoints his best friend Archbishop of Canterbury then turns on him.
Macbeth (1963) as Doctor
The Running Man (1963) as Parson
A man fakes his death to get back at the insurance company that denied an earlier claim.
The Boys (1963) as Judge
The Road to Hong Kong (1962) as Grand Lama
A pair of con men get mixed up in international intrigue and the space race.
Never Take Candy From a Stranger (1961) as Olderberry Senior
A man meets official resistance when he finds his daughter has been the victim of the pedophile patriarch of a powerful family.
From the Terrace (1960) as James Duncan MacHardie
A financial wizard is tempted to sacrifice his career for an affair.
Exodus (1960) as Dr. Lieberman
A young Israeli activist fights to set up a homeland for his people.
The Mummy (1959) as Stephen Banning
A resurrected mummy stalks the archaeologists who defiled his tomb.
The Two-Headed Spy (1959) as Cornaz
A British agent infiltrates the Nazi military command during World War II.
The Doctor's Dilemma (1959) as Sir Patrick Cullen
A woman tries to convince the medical profession to save her husband despite his lack of character.
I Accuse! (1958) as Edgar Demange
True story of writer Emile Zola''''s defense of Alfred Dreyfus, a Jewish army officer framed by anti-Semites.
Separate Tables (1958) as Mr. Fowler
The boarders at an English resort struggle with emotional problems.
Saint Joan (1957) as The Inquisitor
A French peasant girl follows the advice of angels to lead her country against British invaders.
Anastasia (1956) as Russian chamberlain
A group of exiled Russians claim to have found the living daughter of the Tsar, presumed executed in 1918.
Knights of the Round Table (1954) as Merlin
Queen Guinevere is torn between love for her husband and Sir Lancelot.
Angel Who Pawned Her Harp, The (1954) as Joshua Webman
Paris Express (1953) as Merkemans
A business owner and his clerk go head to head over the company funds.
The Master of Ballantrae (1953) as Lord Durrisdeer
A Scottish lord rebels against the British by taking up piracy.
Ivanhoe (1952) as Isaac
Sir Walter Scott's classic tale of the noble knight torn between his fair lady and a beautiful Jew.
No Highway in the Sky (1951) as Sir Philip
An engineer fights to prove that a new model airplane is not safe.
Quo Vadis (1951) as Plautius
A Roman commander falls for a Christian slave girl as Nero intensifies persecution of the new religion.
I'll Never Forget You (1951) as Sir William Sutherland
Trio (1950) as Bank manager
W. Somerset Maugham introduces three more of his stories about human foibles.
So Long at the Fair (1950)
A woman searches for her missing brother in Paris despite the fact that nobody believes he exists.
Eye Witness (1950)
Adam Hayward (Robert Montgomery), a successful New York City defense lawyer, receives a cable that the British war buddy who saved his life at Anzio Beach is now in trouble with the law in England. Taking the advice of his secretary to go to England rather than wire money, Adam arrives in his friend's village to find him about to stand trial for the murder of the hired stable-hand, Lawrence. Hayward learns that a witness exists who can testify that his friend, Baxter, shot Lawrence in self-defense. But the other witness is a woman who fled the scene and will not want to expose herself by coming forward. Though Hayward suspects Alex, the youthful war-widow daughter-in-law of Colonel Summerfield (himself a widower) he soon discovers that the mystery woman is the young and impressionable Sandy Summerfield, whom he must see to it is brought to the witness stand. As he is leaving the village to catch his plane, Hayward stops at Summerfield Manor to say goodbye. As he does so, he manages to bring father and daughter together. The film closes as Adam and Alex, deep in conversation, walk off into the garden.
Alice in Wonderland (1949) as Voice Of Cheshire Cat
Edward, My Son (1949) as Mr. Hanray
A possessive father destroys anyone who threatens his plans for his son.
Prince of Foxes (1949) as Varano
In 1500, Duke Cesare Borgia hopes to marry his sister (widowed by poison) to the heir apparent of Ferrara, which impedes his conquest of central Italy. On this delicate mission he sends Andrea Orsini, his sister's lover and nearly as unscrupulous as himself. En route, Orsini meets Camilla Verano, wife of the count of Citta' del Monte (Borgia's next intended conquest); and sentiment threatens to turn him against his deadly master, whom no one betrays twice...
Alice in Wonderland (1949) as Dr Liddell--Dean Of Christ Church
Quartet (1949) as Martin
W. Somerset Maugham introduces four of his most famous short stories.
Hamlet (1948) as Polonius
The melancholy Dane flirts with insanity while trying to prove his uncle murdered his father.
The Way to the Stars (1945) as Reverend Charles Moss
A young flyer deals with the strains of wartime service and survivors' guilt during World War II.
The Wicked Lady (1945) as Hogarth
A married woman finds new thrills as a masked robber on the highways.
Caesar And Cleopatra (1945) as Nobleman
Julius Caesar gives the famed Egyptian queen lessons in government.
Mr. Emmanuel (1944) as Mr Emmanuel
Chronicle History of King Henry the Fift with his Battell at Agincourt in France, The (1944)
Based on of the most popular historical plays by Shakespeare and made in order to boost moral of British troops during WW2, this movie is about English king Henry V and his military campaign in France in 1415.
Escape to Danger (1944) as Sir Alfred Horton
Henry V (1944) as Archbishop Of Canterbury
Shakespeare's tale of the warrior king who learns the meaning of heroism during a daring invasion of France.
Demi-Paradise (1943) as Mr Runalow
A Russian inventor tries to cope with British life while helping the country prepare for war.
The Young Mr. Pitt (1943) as Lord North
The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943)
An aging military man looks back on the loves and friends who shaped his life.
Sons of the Sea (1942) as Bank president
A brave captain pilots the first steamboat line between England and the U.S.
Ghost of St. Michael's, The (1941)
Will Hay, back in his role as a hapless teacher, is hired by a grim school in remotest Scotland. The school soon starts to be haunted by a legendary ghost, whose spectral bagpipes signal the death of one of the staff. Hay, assisted by Claude Hulbert and Charles Hawtrey, has to unravel the mystery before he becomes the next victim.
Major Barbara (1941) as James
A munitions manufacturer tries to reconcile with his revivalist daughter.
The Girl in the News (1941) as Prosecuting counsel
Nurse Anne Graham is controversially - but rightly - acquitted of murder after her elderly patient dies in suspicious circumstances. Changing her name she gets a position nursing wheelchair-bound Edward Bentley, little suspecting that his wife and the butler are lovers setting Anne up so that when Bentley is found dead it looks like a repeat of the earlier case.
The Saint's Vacation (1941) as [Charles] Leighton
Reformed jewel thief Simon Templar vies with Nazi agents for possession of a mysterious music box .
The Remarkable Mr. Kipps (1941) as Architect
Queen of Destiny (1940) as Lord Palmerston
Night Train (1940) as Dr. [John] Fredericks
A British agent masquerades as a Nazi officer to protect an inventor and his daughter.
South Riding (1938) as Chairman of council
"Winifred Holtby realised that Local Government is not a dry affair of meetings and memoranda:- but 'the front-line defence thrown up by humanity against its common enemies of sickness, poverty and ignorance.' She built her story around six people working for a typical County Council:- Beneath the lives of the public servants runs the thread of their personal drama. Our story tells how a public life affects the private life; and how a man's personal sufferings make him what he is in public. " Corruption, intrigue and romance in a Yorkshire setting. A country squire whose wife is in a mental hospital becomes attracted to a crusading local schoolmistress.
Action for Slander (1938) as Sir Eustace Cunninghame [Prosecutor]
The Rat (1938) as Attorney general
The Two of Us (1937) as Benton
Victoria the Great (1937) as Palmerston
As You Like It (1937) as Duke Frederick
Film version of Shakespeare''''s comedy of a young woman who disguises herself as a man to win the attention of the one she loves.
Dreaming Lips (1937) as Sir Robert Blaker
Nine Days a Queen (1936) as Edward Seymour
A young noblewoman becomes a pawn for dueling factions in 16th century England.
Seven Sinners (1936) as Sir Charles Webber
A trip to the Continent becomes a working holiday when Inspector Harwood stumbles on a stiff in his hotel room...that promptly vanishes.
Dusty Ermine (1936)
A forger returns to his family when he leaves jail vowing to go straight. Although approached by an international counterfeiting gang he keeps his word only to find his nephew is in the Swiss Alps helping the crooks. He sets off to try and put a stop to it, but with Scotland Yard also hot-footing it to the resort his problems are just beginning.
The Iron Duke (1935) as Uxbridge

Cast (special)

Victoria Regina (1961) as Lord Melbourne
A series of vignettes that traces the life of Queen Victoria, from eighteen-year-old princess to Queen of England and Empress of India.
Captain Brassbound's Conversion (1960) as Sir Howard Hallam
The story of a woman who sees only good in people, and her efforts to reform Captain Brassbound, a man who is feared by everyone.

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