Arthur Bramble




Writer (Feature Film)

The Really Big Family (1967)

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Where The Spies Are (1965) -- (Movie Clip) Car Of The Young Millionaires Short-handed Brit spy-master MacGillivray (John Le Mesurier) with aide Jackson (Noel Harrison) discovers that former WWII part-time agent Dr. Love (David Niven) is an enthusiast of the rare American Cord sports car line, giving him the angle he needs to recruit him for a mission in Beirut, early in Where The Spies Are, 1965
Where The Spies Are (1965) -- (Movie Clip) Teeth, Lots Of Teeth! In Rome en route to Beirut, Dr. Love (David Niven), just recruited by his former British Intelligence masters for a one-off mission, not yet comfortable with the code language, has a couple of missteps before model Vikki (Francoise Dorleac) presents herself as his contact, in producer-director Val Guest's Where The Spies Are, 1965.
Bespoke Overcoat, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) An Old Man Is An Old Man London tailor Morrie (David Kossoff) with the ghost of friend Fender (Alfie Bass), whom he just buried with the overcoat he’d made for him before he was taken ill, who explains his contempt for Ranking (Alan Tilvern), for whom he worked as a clerk, Jack Clayton directing, in The Bespoke Overcoat, 1956.
Bespoke Overcoat, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) You're A Good Tailor Opening director Jack Clayton’s adaptation of the play by Wolf Mankowitz, suggested by a Gogol story, the 1956 Academy Award winner for Best Short Subject, David Kossoff as underpaid London jewish tailor Morrie, from The Bespoke Overcoat, co-starring Alfie Bass.
Kid For Two Farthings, A (1956) -- (Movie Clip) It's A Unicorn Roaming London's markets, convinced that a magic unicorn would solve his problems and those of his adult friends, Joe (Jonathan Ashmore) at last finds it, in and offers his savings to a vagrant (Joseph Tomelty), in Carol Reed's A Kid For Two Farthings, 1956.
Kid For Two Farthings, A (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Fix Me A Fight Impatient Sonia (Diana Dors) is persuaded by maybe well-meaning Blackie (Lou Jacobi) that her body-builder boyfriend Sam (Joe Robinson) could make easy money wrestling, young Joe (Jonathan Ashmore) getting interested when Python (Primo Carnera) starts abusing aging Bully (Danny Green), in A Kid For Two Farthings, 1956, from the novel by Wolf Mankowitz.
Kid For Two Farthings, A (1956) -- (Movie Clip) What's Wrong With Muscles? Ted Scaife's camera in London's Jewish Quarter, young Joe (Jonathan Ashmore) meets mum Joanna (Celia Johnson), her boss Avram (David Kossoff) and buddy Sam (Joe Robinson), opening A Kid For Two Farthings 1956, from Wolf Mankowitz's original screenplay.
Casino Royale (1967) -- (Movie Clip) Open, My Credentials Peter Sellers is introduced (with Duncan MacRae) as the first of many 007's, then ornate period credits, but mostly the evocative Burt Bacharach theme song, opening producer Charles K. Feldman's sprawling James Bond spoof, Casino Royale, 1967.
Casino Royale (1967) -- (Movie Clip) The Russians Started It We meet the retired, stuttering, annoyed James Bond (David Niven), visited by English, American, Soviet and French head spooks (director John Huston, William Holden, Kurt Kasznar, Charles Boyer), needing help figuring out who's offing their agents, in the all-star satire Casino Royale, 1967.