Guy Rolfe


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Guy Rolfe

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Mr. Sardonicus - Lobby Card
Here is a Lobby Card from Columbia Pictures' Mr. Sardonicus (1961), produced by William Castle. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.

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Dolls (1987) -- (Movie Clip) Just My Imagination Having reached the spooky mansion after getting stuck in the storm, after Judy (Carrie Lorraine) imagined dad and step-mom David and Rosemary (Ian Patrick Williams, Carolyn Purdy-Gordon) being murdered by her teddy-bear, they finally break in, greeted by watchful Guy Rolfe and Hilary Mason, in director Stuart Gordon’s Dolls, 1987.
Alphabet Murders, The (1965) -- (Movie Clip) In Rotten Row? Hercule Poirot (Tony Randall) on the path called “Rotten Row” in London’s Hyde Park, questions Doncaster (Guy Rolfe) and company when he spies Anita Ekberg, known to him only as “A-B-C,” and linked to the murders, in director Frank Tashlin’s comic take on Agatha Christie, The Alphabet Murders, 1965.
Yesterday's Enemy -- (Movie Clip) Sitting Target Before the credits, introduction of Capt. Langford (Stanley Baker), Sgt. McKenzie (Gordon Jackson), et al, in a Burmese swamp, in the Columbia/Hammer Films co-production Yesterday's Enemy, 1959.
Ivanhoe (1952) -- (Movie Clip) He Defies All Five! Isaac (Felix Aylmer) and daughter Rebecca (Elizabeth Taylor), King Richard (Norman Wooland), and Cedric (Finlay Currie) and daughter Rowena (Joan Fontaine) in the tournament crowd as the masked Saxon (hooded title character, Robert Taylor) arrives, in MGM's Ivanhoe, 1952.
Mr. Sardonicus -- (Movie Clip) Face to Face Sir Robert (Ronald Lewis) is attempting to interrogate his long-lost love Maude (Audrey Dalton) when he meets his host, her husband, Baron Sardonicus (Guy Rolfe), in an early scene from William Castle's Mr. Sardonicus, 1961.
Mr. Sardonicus -- (Movie Clip) Open, My Homicidal Friends Producer and director William Castle's styling introduction and efficient opening credits for Mr. Sardonicus, 1961, starring Ronald Lewis, Audrey Dalton and Guy Rolfe.

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