Cecil Parker

Cecil Parker




Cast (Feature Film)

Oh! What a Lovely War (1969)
Sir John
Psycho-Circus (1967)
Sir John
Lady L (1966)
Sir Percy
A Man Could Get Killed (1966)
Sir Huntley Frazier
A Study in Terror (1966)
Prime minister
Operation Snafu (1965)
Group Captain Bascombe
The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders (1965)
The mayor
The Brain (1964)
Guns at Batasi (1964)
Sir William Fletcher
Heavens Above! (1963)
Archdeacon Aspinall
The Playgirl and the War Minister (1963)
General Fitzadam
The Swingin' Maiden (1963)
Sir Giles Trent
Make Mine a Double (1961)
Air Vice-Marshal Sir Bertram Bukpasser
The Pure Hell of St. Trinian's (1961)
Professor Canford
Follow That Horse! (1961)
Sir William Crane
Swiss Family Robinson (1960)
Capt. Moreland
Under Ten Flags (1960)
Col. Howard
A French Mistress (1960)
The Wreck of the Mary Deare (1959)
The Chairman
Indiscreet (1958)
Alfred Munson
Paradise Lagoon (1958)
Lord [Henry] Loam
A Tale of Two Cities (1958)
Hell, Heaven or Hoboken (1958)
Happy Is the Bride (1958)
Arthur Royd
23 Paces to Baker Street (1956)
Bob Matthews
The Court Jester (1956)
King Roderick
The Ladykillers (1955)
The Constant Husband (1955)
Uncle Willie's Bicycle Shop (1954)
Father [Charles]
For Better For Worse (1954)
The Detective (1954)
The Magic Box (1951)
The Man in the White Suit (1951)
Alan Birnley
Quartet (1949)
Colonel [George] Peregrine
Under Capricorn (1949)
The governor
Dear Mr. Prohack (1949)
Hungry Hill (1947)
Copper John
Captain Boycott (1947)
The Woman In The Hall (1947)
Sir Hamar Barnard
Caesar And Cleopatra (1945)
Suicide Squadron (1942)
The Saint's Vacation (1941)
Rudolph [Hauser
Under Your Hat (1940)
Sir Jeffrey Arlington
Sons of the Sea (1939)
The Stars Look Down (1939)
Stanley Millington
The Lady Vanishes (1938)
Mr. Todhunter
The Citadel (1938)
Charles Every
Housemaster (1938)
Dark Journey (1937)
Capt. of Q-boat
Storm in a Teacup (1937)
Provost [Willie Gow]
The Man Who Lived Again (1936)
Dr. Gratan
Crime Unlimited (1935)
Little Friend (1934)

Life Events


Movie Clip

Detective, The (1954) -- (Movie Clip) A Forest Of Priests Summoned before the bishop (Cecil Parker) and policeman Wilkins (John Horsley), amateur sleuth Father Brown (Alec Guinness) is told of the plan to protect a valuable cross from theft, in The Detective 1954, based on the first of G.K. Chesterton's "Father Brown" stories.
Paradise Lagoon (a.k.a The Admirable Crichton, 1958) -- (Movie Clip) White Sands And Palm Trees In the South Seas, separated from their yacht, butler Crichton (Kenneth More) with maid Tweeny (Diane Cilento), employer Lord Loam (Cecil Parker), his daughters (Sally Ann Howes, Mercy Haystead, Miranda Connell) and suitors (Jack Watling, Gerald Harper), in Paradise Lagoon, 1958, better known as The Admirable Crichton.
Paradise Lagoon (a.k.a The Admirable Crichton, 1958) -- (Movie Clip) You're Doing Splendidly Sally Ann Howes as Lady Mary is gaining some nerve, though she’s the last holdout of the shipwrecked Loam family in recognizing that their butler Crichton (Kenneth More) is best equipped to lead their party, and her attempted swim brings her around, in Paradise Lagoon, 1958, better known as The Admirable Crichton, from the J.M. Barrie play.
Ladykillers, The (1955) -- (Movie Clip) There's No Driver Here Nice location shooting around the old Kings Cross coal drop in London, and almost surprising competence from Alec Guinness (as Professor Marcus) and crew (Peter Sellers, Herbert Lom, Danny Green, Cecil Parker) executing their heist, Alexander Mackendrick directing the Ealing Studios hit The Ladykillers, 1955.
Man in the White Suit, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Clear the Lab! Hoskins (Henry Mollison) is shocked to find that Sidney (Alec Guinness) has enlisted the boss Mr. Birmley (Cecil Parker) to back his research scheme in Ealing Studios' The Man in the White Suit, 1951.
Man in the White Suit, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) New Contract Inventor Sidney Stratton (Alec Guinness) meets with Birmley (Cecil Parker), Corland (Michael Gough), Sir John (Ernest Thesiger) to sign a new contract, he smells a rat, in Alexander Mackendrick's The Man in the White Suit, 1951.
Court Jester, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Pellet With The Poison Danny Kaye as Hawkins (posing as "Giacomo") challenged to a duel, in the famous routine with Jean (Glynis Johns) and Griselda (Mildred Natwick) plotting his escape, in The Court Jester, 1956, from Norman Panama and Melvin Frank.
Court Jester, The (1956) -- (Movie Clip) We Must Be Discreet Both unaware that he's been hypnotized to behave like a romancing swashbuckler, palace infiltrator Hawkins (Danny Kaye) swoops in on the welcoming princess Gwendolyn (Angela Lansbury), who unknowingly breaks the spell, in The Court Jester, 1956.
Hungry Hill (1947) -- (Movie Clip) Both Great And Rich! Irish land-owner Brodrick (Cecil Parker) arrives home with news for children Jane (Jean Simmons), Barbara (Barbara Waring), Henry (Michael Denison) and rebellious John (Dennis Price), early in Hungry Hill, 1947, from a Daphne DuMaurier novel.
Paradise Lagoon (a.k.a The Admirable Crichton, 1958) -- (Movie Clip) That Was The French After an extended domestic pantomime for the credits, Crichton (Kenneth More) awakens Lord Loam (Cecil Parker), who has a surprise for his daughters (Sally Ann Howes, Mercy Haystead, Miranda Connell), in Paradise Lagoon, 1958, from J.M. Barrie's better-known play The Admirable Crichton, 1958.
Storm In A Teacup (1937) -- (Movie Clip) Inadequate Drapery Victoria (Vivien Leigh) fears her Scottish headmaster father (Cecil Parker) is too tight with friend Lisbet (Ursula Jeans), before a council meeting where he usurps the vice-chair (Cecil Smith), and visiting reporter Frank (Rex Harrison) doesn't know he's her dad, in Storm In A Teacup, 1937.
Tale Of Two Cities, A (1958) -- (Movie Clip) Opening Credits Opening title sequence for the 1958 Rank Organisation production of Charles Dickens' A Tale Of Two Cities, starring Dirk Bogarde and Dorothy Tutin, produced by Betty E. Box.