Patrick Magee


Actor
Patrick Magee

About

Birth Place
Armagh,
Born
March 31, 1922
Died
August 14, 1982

Biography

Nimbus-haired, scowling character actor who made his film debut in the savage gangster film, "The Criminal" (1960) and is probably best known as the vengeful scribe in the nightmarish masterpiece, "A Clockwork Orange" (1971)....

Biography

Nimbus-haired, scowling character actor who made his film debut in the savage gangster film, "The Criminal" (1960) and is probably best known as the vengeful scribe in the nightmarish masterpiece, "A Clockwork Orange" (1971).

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Samuel Beckett: Silence to Silence (1987)
Docteur Jekyll et les femmes (1981)
CHARIOTS OF FIRE (1981)
Ondskans vardshus (1981)
The Monster Club (1981)
Rough Cut (1980)
The Black Cat (1980)
Sir Henry at Rawlinson End (1980)
Hawk The Slayer (1980)
The Bronte Sisters (1978)
Telefon (1977)
Barry Lyndon (1975)
Galileo (1974)
Luther (1974)
Lady Ice (1973)
And Now The Screaming Starts (1973)
The Last Days of Man on Earth (1973)
Young Winston (1972)
General Bindon Blood
Tales from the Crypt (1972)
[George] Carter
Asylum (1972)
Pope Joan (1972)
King Lear (1971)
Duke of Cornwall
The Trojan Women (1971)
Menelaus
A Clockwork Orange (1971)
Mr. [Frank] Alexander
Demons of the Mind (1971)
You Can't Win 'Em All (1970)
General
Cromwell (1970)
Hugh Peters
Hard Contract (1969)
Alexi
Decline and Fall ... of a Bird Watcher (1969)
Maniac
The Birthday Party (1968)
Shamus McCann
Anzio (1968)
General Starkey
Never Back Losers (1967)
Ben Black
The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade (1967)
Marquis de Sade
Ricochet (1966)
Inspector Cummins
The Skull (1965)
Police doctor
Die, Monster, Die! (1965)
Dr. Henderson
Seance on a Wet Afternoon (1964)
Superintendent Walsh
The Masque of the Red Death (1964)
Alfredo
Zulu (1964)
Reynolds
The Servant (1964)
Bishop
Dementia 13 (1963)
Justin Caleb
The Young Racers (1963)
Sir William Dragonet
The Boys (1963)
Mr. Lee
The Concrete Jungle (1962)
Chief Warder Barrows
Young, Willing and Eager (1962)
Flynn

Editing (Feature Film)

When Andrew Came Home (2000)
Assistant Editor
Death of a Cheerleader (1994)
Assistant Editor
Going Underground (1993)
Assistant Editor

Cast (Special)

A Killer in Every Corner (1974)

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Seance On A Wet Afternoon (1964) - It's A Young Face Opening sequence, director Bryan Forbes presents medium Myra (Kim Stanley) at work, her husband Billy (Richard Attenborough, also the producer) not seen, camera by Gerry Turpin, on location in London's Wimbledon district, in Seance On A Wet Afternoon, 1964.
Clockwork Orange, A (1971) - He Must Be A Great Disappointment Jailed for his latest offenses, Alex (Malcolm McDowell) is interrogated by a detective (Steven Berkoff) with Lindsay Campbell in uniform, until Deltoid (Aubrey Morris), his probation officer, arrives with news that the charge is murder, in Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange, 1971.
Clockwork Orange, A (1971) - Singin' In The Rain Bored hooligans Alex (Malcolm McDowell) and gang (Michael Tarn, James Marcus, Warren Clarke) decide to raid the suburban home of writer Alexander (Patrick Magee) and wife (Adrienne Corri), and producer-director Stanley Kubrick paid for the rights to the song, in A Clockwork Orange, 1971.
Barry Lyndon (1975) - First Love Director Stanley Kubrick’s initial exercise in natural, period (non-electrical) lighting in an interior scene, and also the first appearance of star Ryan O’Neal, Gay Hamilton his alluring cousin, Michael Hordern’s caustic narration from the William Makepeace Thackeray novel, early in Barry Lyndon, 1975.
Barry Lyndon (1975) - I'm Not Sorry Deliberate staging by director Stanley Kubrick, spineless British Captain Quin (Leonard Rossiter) in his duel with the headstrong Irish hero (Ryan O’Neal), who won’t be dissuaded by friendly officer Grogan (Godfrey Quigley), Academy Award-winning Cinematography by John Alcott, in Barry Lyndon, 1975.
Barry Lyndon (1975) - Married To Brown Bess The title character (Ryan O’Neal) has hidden himself within the British army, in the belief that he’s wanted for killing an officer in a duel, his ally Grogan (Godfrey Quigley), arriving to explain what really happened back home in Ireland, director Stanley Kubrick using only candlelight, in Barry Lyndon, 1975.
Barry Lyndon (1975) - A Woman Of Great Fortune Over an hour into the film, director Stanley Kubrick introduces second-billed Marisa Berenson as the Countess Of Lyndon, Frank Middlemass her invalid husband, Murray Melvin her aide, the Reverend Runt, attracting the now jaded European-adventurer hero, Ryan O’Neal, in Barry Lyndon, 1975.

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