Rupert Davies


Rupert Davies

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Warriors, the (1955) - Who Calls Himself The Black Knight? Separated from their army in France, traveling incognito and aiming to infiltrate the rebel forces led by Comte De Ville (Peter Finch), English Prince Edward (Errol Flynn) and his “squire” Sir John (Rupert Davies) make progress, in Allied Artists’ The Warriors, 1955.
Conqueror Worm, The (1968) - He Still Prays To Satan Crooked witch hunter Hopkins (Vincent Price), paid by citizens of a Suffolk village, gets to work with aide Stearnes (Robert Russell), starting with priest Lowes (Rupert Davies), whose niece Sara (HIlary Dwyer) tries a rescue, in The Conqueror Worm, a.k.a Witchfinder General. 1968.
Conqueror Worm, The (1968) - The Lord's Work We meet Hopkins (Vincent Price) and Stearnes (Robert Russell), both historical figures, en route to a lucrative witch-killing gig, as soldier Richard (Ian Ogilvy) parts with betrothed Sara (Hilary Dwyer) and her priest uncle Lowes (Rupert Davies), in The Conqueror Worm, a.k.a Witchfinder General. 1968.
Conqueror Worm, The (1968) - Should You Then Sink... Witch-hunter Hopkins (Vincent Price), with aide Stearnes (Robert Russell) dispenses with three offenders in a Suffolk village, ca. 1646, including innocent priest Lowes (Rupert Davies), in director Michael Reeves' loosely fact-based The Conqueror Worm, a.k.a Witchfinder General. 1968.
Submarine X-1 - The X Craft Royal Navy Commander Bolton (James Caan) and Lieutenant Pennington (Norman Bowler) address the team of the X-Craft and their mission before they ship off for their first objective in Submarine X-1, 1969.
Submarine X-1 - You're Dismissed Commander Bolton (James Caan) unsympathetically trains his crew members by sending lieutenant Davies (David Sumner) back into the water after saving him from a near death experience in Submarine X-1, 1969.
Criminal, The (1962) - Kelly's Back First scene after credits, introducing mates in the old Victorian jail including star Stanley Baker ("Johnny Bannion"), plus a song from Gregoire Aslan (as "Saffron") from director Joseph Losey's The Criminal, 1962, a.k.a. The Concrete Jungle.
Criminal, The (1962) - That Thieving Boy Neat opening from ex-pat American director Jospeh Losey, Murray Melvin and Rupert Davies featured, then a tune sung by Cleo Laine, the British crime yarn The Criminal, 1962, a.k.a. The Concrete Jungle.
Dracula Has Risen From The Grave - In Nomine Domini Nostri! Monsignor (Rupert Davies) laying down heavy Latin on Dracula's castle, the fearful priest freaks, cracks the ice, awakening himself (Christopher Lee), thus the newsy title, in Hammer Films' Dracula Has Risen From The Grave, 1969, directed by Freddie Francis.

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