Edward Chapman


Edward Chapman

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Things to Come (1936) - Opening, 1940, War The ominous credit and opening sequence from Things to Come, 1936, from H.G. Wells' screenplay and novel, produced by Alexander Korda and directed by famed production designer William Cameron Menzies.
Bhowani Junction (1956) - You Fell In The Black Sea! Observing Col. Savage (Stewart Granger) at work, fiery Victoria (Ava Gardner), with her English father (Edward Chapman), Indian mother (Vida St. Romaine) and overwrought and also mixed-race fiancè Patrick (Bill Travers), debating partition, early in George Cukor's Bhowani Junction, 1956.
Murder! (1930) - About Three Doors Down Opening scenes, director Alfred Hitchcock in one of his earliest sound films, conveying the sense of not only an artist but also, perhaps, a comedian, at work, in Murder!, 1930, Diana Baring the apparent culprit.
Murder! (1930) - From Sir John Himself! Itinerant actors and witnesses Ted and Doucie (Edward Chapman, Phyllis Konstam) are bluffing when they tell their landlady they expect to be hired by Sir John (Herbert Marshall), stunned when he actually sends a message, as he begins his investigation, in Alfred Hitchcock's Murder!, 1930.
Citadel, The (1938) - It Is God's Will The new and inexperienced local doctor Manson (Robert Donat) has just delivered what appeared to be a stillborn child to the wife of Welsh miner Joe (Edward Chapman), Joan Kemp-Welch the worried nurse, in The Citadel, 1938, from the landmark novel by physician A.J. Cronin.
Oscar Wilde (1960) - Mr. Wilde Is A Poet His barrister (Alexander Knox) having just read a letter he wrote to friend Lord Alfred (John Neville), Robert Morley (title character) is called to the stand in his libel suit against Alfred's father, Lord Queensberry (Edward Chapman), in Oscar Wilde, 1960.
X The Unknown - Stay Behind The Screen Fiddling with his machines, American atomic scientist Royston (Dean Jagger) receives soldier Haggis (Ian McNaughton) who summons him to the boss (Edward Chapman) at a Scottish nuclear facility, early in X: The Unknown, 1957.

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