Ronald Adam


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Green For Danger (1946) - He Was The First To Die Alastair Sim narrates as Inspector Cockrill and Moore Marriott features as postman Higgins, followed by a roll call introducing Leo Genn, Megs Jenkins, Rosamund John, Judy Campbell, Sally Gray and Trevor Howard, then Ronald Adam as the administrator Dr. White, all at an English military hospital, in the Frank Launder-Sidney Gilliat mystery, in the first production completed at London’s Pinewood Studios after the end of WWII, Green For Danger, 1946.
Green For Danger (1946) - There'll Have To Be An Inquest The new administrator (Ronald Adam as Dr. White) confers with his doctors, Trevor Howard as the anesthetist Barnes, Leo Genn as surgeon Eden and Henry Edwards as Purdy about the unexplained death of the postman, during surgery and a German air raid at a military hospital, in the Frank Launder-Sidney Gilliat mystery Green For Danger, 1946.
Laughter In Paradise (1951) - Show Them You've Got Some Push! Introducing clerk Herbert (George Cole), another of the inheriting siblings, smacked by his boss (Ronald Adam), updated by his landlady (Eveline Mary Kirkwood), and encouraged by Lucille (Beatrice Campbell), in the hit British comedy Laughter In Paradise, 1951, starring Alastair Sim.
Under Capricorn (1949) - Always The Kangaroo One of many single-take scenes, Adare (Michael Wilding) calls on Australian landowner Flusky (Joseph Cotten) whose wife (Ingrid Bergman) needs restraining, aide Winter (Jack Watling) and other guests (Victor Lukas, Ronald Adam), making excuses, in Alfred Hitchcock's Under Capricorn, 1949.
Seven Days to Noon - We Daren't Gamble The Prime Minister (Ronald Adam) takes an early briefing on the theft of a nuclear bomb by one Professor Willingdon, consulting with his aide Steve Lane (Hugh Cross) in Seven Days to Noon, 1950.

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