David Kossoff


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Journey, The (1959) - Russian Clocks Sometimes Very Slow After credits establishing Budapest, during the 1956 Hungarian uprising, Robert Morley the English correspondent stranded in an airport, with fellows David Kossoff, Gèrard Oury and E.G. Marshall, Russian-born Anatole Litvak producing and directing, in The Journey, 1959, starring Deborah Kerr, Yul Brynner and Jason Robards Jr.
Bespoke Overcoat, The (1956) - 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) - 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.
Mouse That Roared, The (1959) - We've Come To Capture You Kokintz (David Kossoff), who's just finished his prototype Q-Bomb, and daughter Helen (Jean Seberg) are hoping lunch will arrive before they join the air raid drill that has left New York deserted, when Tully (Peter Sellers) and the invaders from Grand Fenwick happen by, in The Mouse That Roared, 1959.
Kid For Two Farthings, A (1956) - He Writes Every Week Londoner Joanna (Celia Johnson) with boss Kandinsky (David Kossoff) worries over her husband in South Africa, who hasn't sent for her and their son after two years, while Sonia (Diana Dors) wonders whether Sam (Joe Robinson) will ever marry her, in Carol Reed's A Kid For Two Farthings 1956.
Kid For Two Farthings, A (1956) - 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.

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