William Hartnell


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1924

stage actor

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Mouse That Roared, The (1959) - We've Come To Capture You Kokintz (David Kossoff), who's just finished his prototype Q-Bomb, and daughter Helen (Jean Seberg) are hoping lunch will arrive before they join the air raid drill that has left New York deserted, when Tully (Peter Sellers) and the invaders from Grand Fenwick happen by, in The Mouse That Roared, 1959.
Mouse That Roared, The (1959) - Bankruptcy Or Prosperity! Peter Sellers (as both "The Grand Duchess" and "Count Mountjoy) proposes that the Duchy of Fenwick declare war on the United States, seconded by the opposition leader (Leo McKern) in The Mouse That Roared, 1959.
Mouse That Roared, The (1959) - Maybe It's A Holiday? The invasion force from Grand Fenwick under the command of Field Marshal Tully (Peter Sellers) is mystified to find New York City abandoned (due to a preposterous Cold War air raid drill) when they arrive to surrender in The Mouse That Roared, 1959.
This Sporting Life (1963) - You Want A Thumping, Love? In a flashback, Richard Harris is Frank, a coal miner, whom we know soon becomes a star rugby player, denied entrance to a night club, bashing his way in when the rugby team arrives, picking a fight with colleague Len (Jack Watson), Colin Blakely as Maurice, in This Sporting Life, 1963.
This Sporting Life (1963) - It's A Rough Game Frank (Richard Harris) has won a spot on the local rugby team (director Lindsay Anderson shooting at Belle Vue, Wakefield, West Yorkshire), thinking of his landlady (Rachel Roberts) and impressing the owner (Alan Badel), William Hartnell a scout who recruited him, in This Sporting Life, 1963.
Brighton Rock (1947) - The Gentleman Will Pay Fred (Alan Wheatley) panics as Dallow (William Hartnell), Cubitt (Nigel Stock) and the dreaded Pinkie (Richard Attenborough) find him at a seaside pub in Brighton Rock, from Graham Greene's novel and screenplay.
Carry On Sergeant - My Mother Told Me Grimshawe (William Hartnell), with Copping (Bill Owen), introduces himself to recruits Strong (Kenneth Connor), Charlie (Bob Monkhouse), musician Andy (Gerald Campion), Golightly (Charles Hawtrey) and Bailey (Kenneth Williams), early in Carry On Sergeant,1959.
Carry On Sergeant - Dream Of The Enemy's Blood! Grimshawe (William Hartnell) presents his squad to wacky Captain Potts (Eric Barker), Golightly (Charles Hawtrey), Galloway (Gerald Campion), Strong (Kenneth Connor), Sage (Bob Monkhouse) et al, interrogated, in Carry On Sergeant, 1959.
Heavens Above! - I Saw His Collar! Peter Sellers (as Rev. Smallwood, after Lolita but before "Inspector Clouseau") with Brock Peters (as "Matthew," after To Kill A Mockingbird), early in the Boulting brothers' Heavens Above!, 1963.

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