Jack Gwillim


Jack Gwillim

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Man For All Seasons, A (1966) - Lord Chancellor The Chief Justice (Jack Gwillim) administers the most holy oath of office to the new chancellor Sir Thomas More (Paul Scofield) in an impressive single shot from Fred Zinnemann's A Man For All Seasons, 1966.
Patton (1970) - I'm My Favoite General North Africa, 1943, the American general (George C. Scott, title character) finds his new aide (Paul Stevens) most satisfactory, and helpful in his pitch to Brit commanders Tedder (Gerald Flood) and Alexander (Jack Gwillim), in director Franklin Schaffner's bio-pic Patton, 1970.
Pursuit of the Graf Spee, The - Direct Hit! Altogether shocking action for 1957, as the Exeter, under the command of Bell (John Gregson), gets clobbered by the German battleship, in Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's The Pursuit of the Graf Spee.
Pursuit of the Graf Spee, The - Sweep The Horizon Technicolor at night and stillness at sea, as the Commodore (Anthony Quayle) and staff prepare their three ships for battle, in Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's The Pursuit of the Graf Spee, 1957.
Pursuit of the Graf Spee, The - Open, Tigers Arresting narration should surely be credited to Emeric Pressburger, in the opening of the last film by "The Archers," with Michael Powell, The Pursuit of the Graf Spee, 1957, a.k.a. "The Battle of the River Plate."
Circus Of Horrors - What Had She To Fear? Opening scene, father Doctor Morley (William Mervyn) and husband Edward (John Merivale) find the disfigured Evelyn (Colette Wilde) but miss fleeing surgeon Rossiter (Anton Diffring) in Circus Of Horrors, 1960.

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