Robert Urquhart


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Dunkirk (1958) - There's A Flap On! Tight opening with newsreels and comic shorts establishing late March, 1940, in Belgium British forces including John Mills as Corporal Binns, with Robert Urquhart as witty Mike, and privates Meredith Edwards and Ray Jackson, speculating about the folks back home, in Dunkirk, 1958, from Ealing studios, also starring Richard Attenborough.
Warriors, the (1955) - That Moat Looks Awfully Deep In charge of Aquitaine now that his father the king is back in England, Edward (Plantagenet) the “Black Prince” (Errol Flynn) receives his widow family friend Lady Joan (Joanne Dru), greeted by Sir Philip (Robert Urquhart), who’ll do as she pleases, in The Warriors, 1955.
Warriors, the (1955) - To England And St. George After an English victory in France, 1359, King Edward III (Michael Hordern, age 44) informs his son Edward, Prince of Wales (Errol Flynn, age 46, his first scene), that he’ll be taking over, in The Warriors, 1955, in Cinemascope and Technicolor from Allied Artists and producer Walter Mirisch.
Curse Of Frankenstein, The (1957) - Greatest Brain In Europe Professor Bernstein (Paul Hardtmuth) is wise and charming, not suspecting his fate, visiting Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) fiancee Elizabeth (Hazel Court) and aide Paul (Robert Urquhart), in Hammer Films' The Curse Of Frankenstein, 1957.
Murder At The Gallop (1963) - Fortune Favors The Brave! Miss Marple (Margaret Rutherford) and sidekick Mr. Stringer (Rutherford's husband Stringer Davis) snoop on the reading of a will featuring the Enderby family (Robert Urquhart, Katya Davis, Robert Morley, Flora Robson), in Murder At The Gallop, 1963.
Curse Of Frankenstein, The (1957) - Take The Head Off Having just snatched a body off a gallows, Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) and his worried aide Paul (Robert Urquhart) proceed toward their experiment, in Hammer Films' The Curse Of Frankenstein, 1957.
Curse Of Frankenstein, The (1957) - I Make No Such Promise In his rush, Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) blunders in the lab, then convinces recalcitrant aide Paul (Robert Urquhart) to assist, as Christopher Lee ("The Creature") at last appears, in Hammer Films' The Curse Of Frankenstein, 1957.

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