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Also Known As: Died: August 3, 2017
Born: October 29, 1925 Cause of Death: Undisclosed natural causes
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Director (feature film)

Mr. Horatio Knibbles (1971)
A woman faces problems after the death of her mother and young son.

Cast (feature film)

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)
As his fifth year at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry approaches, 15-year-old Harry Potter is in full-blown adolescence, complete with regular outbursts of rage, a nearly debilitating crush, and the blooming of a powerful sense of rebellion. It's been yet another infuriating and boring sum
Camden 28, The (2007)
At 4:00 a.m. on August 22, 1971, eight anti-Vietnam War protestors went up a ladder outside the federal building in Camden, New Jersey and broke into the offices of the local draft board. For two hours they shredded Selective Service records before they were surprised by FBI agents. Twenty coconspir
Lassie (2006)
On the eve of World War II in a Yorkshire mining town, the Carraclough family, who have fallen on hard times, are forced to sell Lassie, their beloved dog, to the Duke of Rudling. When she succeeds in escaping her cage, Lassie finds herself transported five hundred miles away to the Duke's remote ca
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)
Beset by nightmares, Harry Potter is all too happy to escape his disturbing dreams by attending the Quidditch World Cup. But something sinister ignites the skies at the Quidditch campsite--the Dark Mark, the sign of the evil Lord Voldemort. It's conjured by his followers, the Death Eaters, who haven
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) as Cornelius Fudge
Thirteen year-old Harry Potter has reluctantly spent yet another summer with the Dursleys, his dismal relatives, "behaving himself" and not practicing any magic. That is, until Uncle Vernon's bullying sister, Aunt Marge, comes to visit. Aunt Marge has always been particularly horrible to Harry and t
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) as Minister Of Magic Cornelius Fudge
Harry Potter has not had a good summer. Not only has he had to put up with his overbearing Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon Dursley and their dread of his magical abilities, but it seems as if Harry's best friends Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger have forgotten him as they haven't replied to a single o
Barber of Siberia, The (1999) as Forsten--Military Instructor
Jane Callahan travels to Russia in the late 19th Century to help a man who may be her father with his new invention. He has made a logging machine, which he hopes will transform the forests of Siberia, and needs support from the Grand Duke. Jane meets and falls in love with a young army cadet, Andre
Tichborne Claimant, The (1998)
The wealthy Tichborne family send servant Bogle to Australia to track down their missing heir. He doesn't find the lost Sir Roger, but comes up with a false claimant whom he trains to act aristocratic in return for half of any eventual inheritance. All seems to be going well until the dowager Tichbo
Edward the King (1998) as Prince Albert
Mrs. Dalloway (1997) as Sir William Bradshaw
An adaptation of Virginia Wolf's 1925 novel about a melancholic middle-aged society woman--"a perfect hostess"--who, thrown into a crisis, reflects upon her life as a politician's wife during the days of World War I. Her story takes place over the course of one day and is juxtaposed with that of a b
Feast at Midnight, A (1995) as Headmaster
A comedy about a bunch of kids who come up with their own solutions to the establishment's health food policy.
Sense and Sensibility (1995)
Jane Austen''''s classic tale of two sisters with different romantic notions.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1994)
A young scientist''''s attempts to create life lead to disaster when his monstrous creation comes after him.
Year Of The Comet (1992)
A man and woman with clashing personalities team up to search for a precious bottle of wine throughout Scotland and France.
Woman He Loved, The (1988) as Winston Churchill
A television movie about Wallis Simpson, the American divorcee who won the heart of England's future King Edward VIII, and the events that led him to give up the throne for her in 1936.
Paris By Night (1988) as Adam Gillvray
While at a conference in Paris, a female member of the British Parliament meets up with a figure from her past.
Marcus Welby, MD -- A Holiday Affair (1988) as Dr Price
A television movie sequel to the "Marcus Welby, M.D." series. Robert Young recreates the role of Marcus Welby, who now copes with retirement by taking a European vacation, during which he meets and falls in love with an American divorcee.
Shooting Party, The (1984) as Lord Bob Lilburn
Zany Adventures Of Robin Hood (1984)
Goofy goings-on in the Sherwood Forest and environs in this spoof of the Robin Hood legend with George Segal as a slightly out of kilter (and rather long of tooth) taketh from the rich and giveth to the poor -- after expenses -- medieval outlaw. To many, this film evoked fond memories of Mel Brooks'
Gathering Storm, The (1974)
A drama based on the life of Sir Winston Churchill in the years leading up to the outbreak of the Second World War.
Gawain And The Green Knight (1973)
Ben Shockley, a mediocre, alcoholic cop gets assigned to escort a tough Vegas hooker to a Mob trial, only to find out that various parties, including the commissioner who assigned him to the case, don't expect them to make it there alive.
Dark Places (1973) as Andrew Marr; Edward Foster
Psychomania (1973)
When her son and his motorcycle gang are killed, a witch brings them back to life.
Young Winston (1972) as Prep school headmaster
The young Winston Churchill overcomes a bad family life and early military mistakes to launch his political career.
Silencieux, Le (1972) as Assistant
Demons of the Mind (1971)
Baron Zorn (Robin Hardy) keeps his teenaged children locked up and drugged, fearing that his insane wife passed along a congenital curse to them before her own suicidal death. Elizabeth (Gillian Hills) escapes for a brief tryst with a local before being recaptured and subjected to a bleeding process to 'draw out the bad blood.' Emil (Shane Bryant) keeps trying to escape, but is thwarted time and again by his aunt Hilda (Yvonne Mitchell) who runs the house like a prison. One reason the siblings have to be kept apart, is their incestuous attraction to each other. Local wenches are being murdered in the woods, and the superstitious peasants think demons are responsible. A wandering Priest (Michael Hordern) dedicates himself to root out the evil, but isn't taken seriously. Arriving at the castle are two more interested parties: Mountebank scientist-huckster Falkenberg stands to make a small fortune if his strange apparatus can cure the children of their inherited evil. Young Carl (Paul Jones) simply wants to rescue Elizabeth. As more murders mount, Falkenberg enlists village lass Inge (Virginia Wetherell) to play the dead mother in a psycho-drama that he hopes will shock the children from their morbid state; but Baron Zorn's symptoms of derangement soon make it obvious that the doctor is treating the wrong patient...
10 Rillington Place (1971) as Malcolm Morris
A serial killer frames a mentally challenged man.
How I Won the War (1967) as British general
Misfits and incompetent kooks try to fight WW2.
Berserk (1967) as Detective Superintendent Brooks
A lady ringmaster milks the publicity from a string of murders.
The Spy Who Came In From the Cold (1965) as Carlton
A British agent infiltrates the enemy by allowing himself to be disgraced at home.
Torpedo Run (1958) as Lt. Redley
A submarine commander is forced to blow up a Japanese prison ship carrying his family.

Cast (special)

Bertie and Elizabeth (2002)
The story of George VI and Queen Elizabeth, parents of the current Queen Elizabeth, from their first meeting in 1920 to the king's death in 1952. Their married life is set against the backdrop of major national and world events, including the abdication of George's elder brother and World War II.
Lucky Jim (2002)
An adaptation of Kingsley Amis's satire about university life in the early 1950s. The story follows the misfortunes of Jim Dixon, a newly-appointed instructor at an English university, who, despite his charm and enthusiasm, is at odds with the madcap departmental head Professor Neddy Welch. Jim also
Castle Ghosts of Wales (1997) as Host
Documentary of castles in Wales that are said to be inhabited by the spirits of former inhabitants. Featured castles are: Carew Castle, in South West Wales, home to the ghost of Princess Nest, who lived there in the 1100's and now wanders the castle searching for a love she could never find; Gwydir
Castle Ghosts of Ireland (1997) as Host
Explores Leap Castle, Castle Leslie and Castle Martix in Ireland where apparations, spirits and ghosts reportedly haunt these ancient castles.
Castle Ghosts of Scotland (1997) as Host
Explores Glamis Castle, Duntrune Castle and Fyvie Castle in Scotland where apparations, spirits and ghosts reportedly haunt these ancient castles.
Churchills, The (1996)
Documentary profiling the public and private lives of the Churchills during the 90 years they were at the forefront of Britain's affairs. Draws on Winston Churchill's own letters and memoirs, family archives and the reminsicences of relatives, friends and foes.
Castle Ghosts of England (1996)
Explores three castles -- the Tower of London, Sudley Castle and Muncaster Castle -- reputed to be the most haunted castles of the British Isles.
Bramwell II (1996)
Four new episodes in the story of a female doctor, Eleanor Bramwell, in late Victorian London.
Twilight of the Gods (1996)
Inspector Morse makes inquiries into the murder of a freelance journalist who was working on an article about millionaire businessman Andrew Baydon. During the opening celebrations for a new college at Oxford, donated by Braydon, one of the guests is shot.
Bramwell (1996) as Sir Herbert Hamilton (Episode 1)
Multi-part medical drama set in 1890s England. Follows the fortunes of Eleanor Bramwell, who sets her heart and sights on becoming a leading surgeon, an inconceivable ambition for a woman in Victorian England.
Sherlock Holmes: The Master Blackmailer (1993) as Charles Augustus Milverton
Two-part adaptation of a Sherlock Holmes story by Conan Doyle in which the master detective devises a plan to thwart the activities of a man who buys purloined letters from servants and uses them to blackmail helpless victims.
Richard Burton: In From the Cold (1989)
A two-part documentary examining the life and career of actor Richard Burton, who died in 1984. Included are clips from Burton's stage and screen performances and interviews with family members.
Northanger Abbey (1987)
An adaptation of British novelist Jane Austen's "Northanger Abbey," a spoof on Gothic Romances.
Death of the Heart, The (1987) as Major Brutt
An adaptation of Elizabeth Bowen's novel about adolescent love and betrayal. In London in the late 30's, orphaned Portia Quayne moves to the home of her cooly elegant relations. There she meets Eddie, a young philanderer, and falls in love.
Winston Churchill (1986) as Winston Churchill
A dramatization of one of the witty and wise informal talks Winston Churchill might have given on an American lecture tour, following soon after his famed "Iron Curtain" speech at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, in March 1946.
Twelfth Night (1980)
Shakespeare's lyric comedy about love in disguise. A young woman named Viola survives a shipwreck off the coast of a foreign land, then assumes the identity of a boy as a disguise. Finding employment as a page in the court of Duke Orsino, she finds herself pursued by Orsino's love, Olivia, who has r

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

10th Kingdom, The (2000)
Virginia, a twenty-something waitress, who lives in New York with her father Tony, befriends a stray dog who is actually a bewitched prince. Suddenly, Virginia and Tony are transported, via a magic mirror, to the Land of Nine Kingdoms. In this alternate dimension, an evil queen is trying to usurp th
Gulliver's Travels (1996)
Miniseries inspired by Jonathan Swift's novel. An English physician, shipwrecked for eight years, finally returns home and recounts an unbelievable odyssey of strange lands and fantastic creatures.
War and Remembrance (1988)
A 12-part miniseries continuing Herman Wouk's epic two-volume saga which began with "The Winds of War." The first 17-hour installment begins one week after Pearl Harbor. The family of career naval officer Captain Victor "Pug" Henry is scattered around the globe. Pug and his son, Byron, are fighting
Far Pavilions, The (1984) as Commandant
Faithfully adapted from M.M. Kaye's epic 1978 novel of British colonial India of the 19th century, this colorful miniseries (HBO's first) about battle, love and treachery and intrigue, as well as love and honor involving one of Her Majesty's cavalry officers and an Indian princess who has been promi

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

Shackleton (2002)
Jenny's War (1985)

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