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Jack Watson

Jack Watson

Birthdate: May 14, 1915

Deathdate: July 4, 1999

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jack Watson (15 May 1915 – 4 July 1999), was an English actor who appeared in many British films and television dramas from the 1950s onwards. Description above from the Wikipedia article Jack Watson, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia ...detailed bio


North Sea Hijack (1979)

North Sea Hijack (released as Ffolkes outside the UK and as Assault Force on US TV) is a British action film from 1979 starring Roger Moore, James Mason, Anthony Perkins, and Michael Parks. It was directed by Andrew V. McLaglen and adapted by Jack Davies from his novel Esther, Ruth and Jennifer. ...

Wild Geese (1978)

Colonel Allen Faulkner (Richard Burton), a British mercenary and former army officer, arrives in London to meet the rich and ruthless merchant banker Sir Edward Matherson (Stewart Granger). The latter proposes a risky operation to rescue Julius Limbani (Winston Ntshona), imprisoned leader of a ce...

Schizo (1976)

Samantha and Alan are newly married when a man from Samantha's past begins to stalk her. She is labelled mentally unstable when she tries to convince people she is being followed. After many murders occur, her dark secret begins to unravel.

Brannigan (1975)

Tough Chicago Police Lieutenant Jim Brannigan (John Wayne) is sent to London to extradite a notorious American gangster, Ben Larkin (John Vernon). Brannigan is assigned a local officer, Jennifer (Judy Geeson), to help while he is in London. Before he can collect him Larkin is kidnapped, by Mel Fi...

Juggernaut (1974)

A cruise liner, the SS Britannic, is in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean when the shipping line's owner, Porter (Ian Holm), receives a phone call from a man with a lilting Irish accent who refers to himself only as Juggernaut. Juggernaut claims to have placed seven barrels of amatol (high explosi...

11 Harrowhouse (1974)

In England, a small-time diamond merchant (Grodin) is unexpectedly offered the chance to supervise the purchase and cutting of an extremely large diamond to be named for its wealthy owner (Howard). When the diamond is stolen from him, he is blackmailed into pulling off a major heist at "The Syste...

From Beyond the Grave (1973)

Four customers purchase (or take) items from Temptations Limited, an antiques shop whose motto is "Offers You Cannot Resist". A nasty fate awaits those who cheat the shop's Proprietor (Peter Cushing). The Gatecrasher - Edward Charlton (David Warner) purchases an antique mirror for a knockdown pri...

Tower of Evil (1972)

On Snape Island, a small isolated point off the English coast, a series of bizarre brutal murders have taken place. A team of archeologists decide to head to the island to uncover a possible Phoenician treasure, but instead they find a horrific mystery when someone, or something, begins to kill o...

Kidnapped (1971)

Kidnapped is a 1971 British adventure film directed by Delbert Mann and starring Michael Caine and Trevor Howard, based on the novel Kidnapped and the first half of the sequel Catriona by Robert Louis Stevenson.

The McKenzie Break (1970)

At a Prisoner of War (POW) camp for Germans in the north of Scotland, Kapitän zur See Willi Schlüter (Helmut Griem) - a German submariner – challenges the authority of the camp’s embattled Commanding Officer, Major Perry (Ian Hendry). British Army Captain Jack Connor arrives to investigate what's...

The Devil's Brigade (1968)

The Devil's Brigade is a 1968 American war film based on the 1966 book of the same name co-written by American novelist and historian Robert H. Adleman and Col. George Walton, a member of the brigade. The film recounts the formation, training, and first mission of the 1st Special Service Force, a...

Un taxi mauve (1967)

The Purple Taxi (French: Un taxi mauve) is a 1977 French-Irish-Italian film directed by Yves Boisset, based on the 1973 novel of the same name by Michel Déon. It was entered into the 1977 Cannes Film Festival. The film is about a group of emotionally troubled expatriates living in a self-imposed ...

Tobruk (1967)

In September 1942, with the troops of German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel 90 miles (144 km) from the Suez Canal, the staff of the British Eighth Army approve a plan to destroy the German fuel bunkers at Tobruk. The original author of the plan, Major Donald Craig (Rock Hudson) has been captured by V...

Grand Prix (1966)

The story follows the fate of four Formula One drivers through a fictionalised version of the 1966 Formula One season: Jean-Pierre Sarti (Ferrari) (played by Montand) – a Frenchman, previously twice world champion, nearing the end of his racing career. Pete Aron (formerly from Ferrari, then BRM...

The Hill (1965)

In a British Army "glasshouse" (military detention camp) in the Libyan Desert, prisoners convicted of service offences such as insubordination, being drunk whilst on duty, going AWOL or petty theft etc. are subjected to repetitive drill in the blazing desert heat. The arrival of five new prisoner...

The Gorgon (1964)

The year is 1910. In the rural German village of Vandorf, seven murders have been committed within the past five years, each victim having been petrified into a stone figure. Rather than investigate it, the local authorities dismiss the murders for fear of a local legend having come true. When a ...

This Sporting Life (1963)

Set in Wakefield, the film concerns a bitter young Yorkshire coal miner, Frank Machin (Harris). Following a nightclub altercation in which he takes on the captain of the local rugby league club and smacks a couple of the others, he is recruited by the team's manager, who sees profit in his aggres...

Konga (1961)

British botanist Charles Decker goes insane after he discovers a serum that turns his chimpanzee subject Konga into a ferocious gorilla-sized ape. To further his hideous experiments, Decker mesmerizes the chimp and sends it to London to kill all his former enemies. Among his targets is Bob Kenton...

Peeping Tom (1960)

Mark Lewis (Karlheinz Böhm) meets a prostitute, covertly filming her with a camera hidden under his coat. Shown from the point-of-view of the camera viewfinder, tension builds as he follows the woman into her house, murders her and later watches the film in his den as the credits roll on the scr...