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Denholm Elliott

Denholm Elliott

Birthdate: May 31, 1922

Deathdate: October 6, 1992

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Denholm Mitchell Elliott, CBE (31 May 1922 – 6 October 1992) was an English actor of stage and screen, with over 120 major film and TV credits. In the nineteen eighties, he won the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in three consecutive years. Description above from the Wikipedia article Denholm  Elliott, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on... ...detailed bio


Noises Off (1992)

The film follows the concept of a play within a play, in this case a dreadful farce called Nothing On — the type of production in which many doors continually open and shut. The setting has been transplanted from the backcountry of Great Britain to Des Moines, Iowa, where a second-rate theatrical...

A Murder of Quality (1991)

At the request of his old war time colleague Ailsa Brimley, George Smiley agrees to look into the murder of Stella Rode. Brimley had only just received a letter from her saying she feared for her life at her husband's hand. The husband, Stanley Rode teaches at Carne School, but Smiley is doubtful...

Toy Soldiers (1991)

In Bogotá, Colombia, a terrorist by the name of Luis Cali has taken over the Palace of Justice with a ruthless team of mercenaries. He demands the release of his drug kingpin father, Enrique Cali, only to be told that his father has already been delivered to the United States for trial. They esca...

One Against the Wind (1991)

Mary Linden works for the French Red Cross in Occupied France during World War II and helps allied soldiers who have been shot down to escape to the unoccupied side. Her activities are complicated by her high profile and her daughter's love affair with a German officer. Based on the true story.

Scorchers (1991)

Scorchers takes place in cajun Louisiana on the wedding night of a young woman named Splendid (played by Emily Lloyd). Splendid is scared to death of what will happen in the bedroom with her new husband, Dolan (James Wilder) and her father, Jumper (Leland Crooke), finds himself having to coax his...

A Green Journey (1990)

An aging school teacher (Lansbury) at a Catholic grammar school in Minnesota questions her life's existence when she has to start battling a new bishop (Prosky). As a result she retires and moves to Ireland where she seeks an admirer (Elliott) with whom she has been corresponding for five years.

Return from the River Kwai (1989)

Return from the River Kwai is a 1989 film directed by Andrew McLaglen. It stars Timothy Bottoms and Nick Tate. It is loosely based on events concerning the Burma-Thailand Death Railway and subsequent that inspired the earlier film Bridge on the River Kwai, although both films use separate fiction...

Stealing Heaven (1989)

Abelard is a famous teacher of philosophy at the cathedral school of Notre Dame, and a champion of reason, at a time when academics are required to observe chastity. He falls in love with one of his students, Héloïse d'Argenteuil, a sixteen-year old gentlewoman raised in a convent, who has both i...

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989)

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is the title of three different video games released for various video and computer home systems. The format of each particular video game is different, but they loosely follow the film's storyline.

Noble House (1988)

Despite its impressive history and its reputation, the international trading company Struan's (the Noble House of the title) is in trouble. Overextended by the previous management, new Tai-Pan Ian Dunross (Pierce Brosnan) has had to issue public stock to improve the company's financial standing. ...

The Bourne Identity (1988)

The Bourne Identity is a 1988 television movie adaptation of Robert Ludlum's novel The Bourne Identity. The film follows the storyline of the novel, with a run-time of 3 hours 5 min. With commercials added, the running time was extended to four hours, and the film was first shown on ABC in two tw...

The Whoopee Boys (1987)

The Whoopee Boys is a 1986 comedy film starring Michael O'Keefe and Paul Rodriguez. Two dim-witted street peddlers, Jack and Barney, arrive in Palm Beach, Florida looking for a better and wealthy lifestyle when Jack falls for Olivia, a young heiress running a shelter for orphaned children which i...

Maurice (1987)

During a trip to a windswept beach, Maurice Hall, an 11-year-old schoolboy, receives instructions about the "sacred mysteries" of sex from his teacher, who wants to explain to the fatherless boy the changes he would experience in puberty. Years later, in 1909, Maurice is attending Cambridge, whe...

September (1987)

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Mrs. Delafield Wants to Marry (1986)

Mrs. Delafield Wants to Marry is a 1986 American television movie directed by George Schaefer and starring Katharine Hepburn and Harold Gould. It tells the story of a widow who shocks her upper-class, Anglo-American family when she announces that she has fallen in love with her Jewish doctor. His...

Underworld (1986)

Dr. Savary, a sinister biochemist, has created a subhuman species who dwell in the city's underground. Addicted to Savary's mind-expanding drug, they suffer from grotesque disfigurement. Their only hope for an antidote lies in kidnapping Nicole. A fearless adventurer in love with Nicole is hired ...

Defence of the Realm (1986)

Following a crash of a nuclear bomber at an American Air Force base in the English countryside, Dennis Markham (Ian Bannen), a prominent Member of Parliament and opponent of the American nuclear presence in the United Kingdom, is reported by a London paper to have been seen leaving a woman's home...

A Room with a View (1985)

Room with a View may refer to:

The Razor's Edge (1984)

The Razor's Edge is the second film version of W. Somerset Maugham's 1944 novel. The film was released in 1984 and stars Bill Murray, Theresa Russell, Catherine Hicks, Denholm Elliott and James Keach. It was directed by John Byrum. The previous version, made in 1946, starred Tyrone Power and Gene...

A Private Function (1984)

In a small Northern English town in 1947 the citizens endure continuing food rationing. Some local businessmen want to hold a party to celebrate the royal wedding of Princess Elizabeth to Prince Philip and illegally decide to raise a pig for that occasion. However, the pig gets stolen by Gilbert ...