Reginald Wyer


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To Paris With Love (1955) - The Real Poetry Of Paris Opening on location, Les Champs Elysees and environs, Robert Hamer directing, Alec Guinness as Scottish Sir Edgar, Vernon Gray his son Jon on his first trip to the city, both taking an interest in motorcycle passenger Odile Versois, in To Paris With Love, 1955.
To Paris With Love (1955) - All I Have Is Youth Scot Sir Edgar (Alec Guinness) and son Jon (Vernon Gray) out in Paris, the elder more interested in shopgirl Lizette (Odile Versois) and the younger in her employer Mme. Sylvia (Elina Labourdette), the cabbie seen later (Jacques Brunius) the watchful father, in To Paris With Love, 1955.
To Paris With Love (1955) - Who Is That In The Tree? 40-something Sir Edgar (Alec Guinness) is determined to charm younger French Lizette (Odile Versois) with his badminton game, Austin Trevor the host at his French estate, while his son and her boss (Vernon Gray, Elina Labourdette), themselves a couple, arrive and observe, in To Paris With Love, 1955.
Seventh Veil, The (1945) - I Said How Old Are You? Still narrating, in flashback and under hypnosis, Francesca (Ann Todd) tells guardian Nicholas (James Mason) of her plans to marry, making little impression, in director Compton Bennett's The Seventh Veil, 1945, from a story by Muriel Box and screenplay with her husband Sydney.
Seventh Veil, The (1945) - He Was My Father's Second Cousin Hypnotized by shrink Herbert Lom, suicidal pianist Francesca (Ann Todd) recalls a boarding school trauma, then a precursor to Blofeld as she recalls events leading to her first meeting with not-quite Uncle Nicholas (James Mason), in director Compton Bennett's The Seventh Veil, 1945.
Seventh Veil, The (1945) - Suburban Shopgirl Trash Still in her hypnotic flashback, Francesca (Ann Todd) recalls meeting Peter (Hugh McDermott), then is surprised to find her guardian Nicholas (James Mason) returned from his travels and evaluating her progress, in the British period thriller The Seventh Veil, 1945.
Seventh Veil, The (1945) - She Will Talk To Me Opening sequence finds Francesca (Ann Todd) hospitalized, then psychiatrist Larsen (Herbert Lom) leading the conversation with Parker (Ernest Davies), in The Seventh Veil, 1945, from an original story by producer Sydney and wife Muriel Box.
Burn, Witch, Burn (1962) - You've Got Too Much Already Wrapping up the faculty bridge party, popular hosts Tansy (Janet Blair) and Norman (Peter Wyngarde) deflecting suggestive inquiries from Lindsay (Colin Gordon) and Flora (Margaret Johnston), then getting weirder afterward, in Burn, Witch, Burn, 1962.
Burn, Witch, Burn (1962) - She Was Ice Cold! Upwardly mobile social science professor Norman (Peter Wyngarde) has discovered wife Tansy (Janet Blair) has a hidden stash of witching gear, and an undue sense of longing for their time spent in Jamaica, in Burn, Witch, Burn, 1962.
Burn, Witch, Burn (1962) - Domestic Superstitions Following credits and a prologue about witchcraft, introduction of hip, handsome English professor Taylor (Peter Wyngarde), student Margaret (Judith Stott) more impressed than classmate Jennings (Bill Mitchell), from Burn, Witch, Burn, 1962, from the Fritz Leiber novel Conjure Wife.
Burn, Witch, Burn (1962) - Dispel All Evil Spirits The unusual but gratifying opening over black, the default announcer of the era Paul Frees declares the "motion picture you are about to see" free from devilment, before the credits, in Burn, Witch, Burn, 1962, starring Peter Wyngarde and Janet Blair.
So Long At The Fair - Champagne Amid the Paris exhibition of 1889, Vicky (Jean Simmons), incognito for a masquerade ball, and George, (Dirk Bogarde) suggesting a tryst, sneak into a suspect hotel to carry on their investigation of her brother's disappearance, in So Long At The Fair, 1950.

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