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John Colicos

John Colicos


Birthdate: December 10, 1928

Deathdate: March 6, 2000

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia John Colicos (December 10, 1928 – March 6, 2000) was a Canadian actor. He was a distinguished stage actor in the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada. Description above from the Wikipedia article John Colicos, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ...detailed bio

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Nowhere to Hide (1999)

Nowhere to Hide, (Korean title, Injeong sajeong bol geot eobtda) is a 1999 South Korean film, directed by Lee Myung-se. The film is set in Incheon in South Korea. A murder is committed, and the cops search for the killer. Opening up in monochrome but with occasional flashes of colour, the first...
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Windsor Protocol (1996)

Windsor Protocol is a 1996 British-Canadian television thriller film directed by George Mihalka and starring Kyle MacLachlan, Macha Grenon, Chris Wiggins, Lisa Bronwyn Moore, John Colicos and Eugene Clark. It is based on the novel by Jack Higgins.
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Nowhere to Hide (1987)

When two newly delivered helicopters crash mysteriously, Marine officer Major Rob Cutter (Daniel Hugh Kelly) decides to conduct his own investigation, since the men killed in the helicopter crashes were members of his squadron. He later discovers that the newly delivered helicopters crashed becau...
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The Postman Always Rings Twice (1981)

Frank Chambers (Jack Nicholson), a drifter, stops at a rural California diner for a meal, and ends up working there. The diner is operated by a young, beautiful woman, Cora Smith (Jessica Lange), and her much older husband, Nick Papadakis (John Colicos), who is an immigrant from Greece. Frank and...
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Phobia (1980)

Psychiatrist Dr. Peter Ross (Glaser) M.D., is using radical techniques on his patients to cure them of their various phobias. He becomes terrified when someone starts murdering the subjects one at a time.
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The Changeling (1980)

Dr. John Russell (George C. Scott), a composer living in New York City, moves cross-country to Washington state following the deaths of his wife and daughter in a traffic accident while on a winter vacation in upstate New York. In suburban Seattle, Russell rents a large, old and eerie Victorian-e...
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Drum (1976)

Drum is the 1976 sequel to the film Mandingo, and released by United Artists. Starring Warren Oates, Pam Grier (as Pamela Grier), and Ken Norton and directed by Steve Carver, it parodies nineteenth century American slavery like its predecessor. Like Mandingo, Drum was based on the Kyle Onstott no...
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Breaking Point (1976)

Vincent Karbone is a leading construction magnate in Philadelphia and a suspected leader of one of the city's most notorious criminal gangs. Several of his thugs are on trial, and the key witness is Michael, a mild-mannered judo instructor with a wife and kids. Karbone will stop at nothing to kee...
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Scorpio (1973)

It is about a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) agent named Cross (Burt Lancaster), a successful but retiring assassin, who is training "Scorpio" to replace him. Cross is teaching him as much about protecting himself from his patrons and never trusting anyone as how to get away clean. The CIA te...
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The Wrath of God (1972)

Van Horne (played by Mitchum), a bank robber dressed like a Roman Catholic priest, is spared from a firing squad in 1922 in an unnamed Central America nation and sent to kill a local desperado. The film marks the final screen appearance by Hayworth, whose health worsened as Alzheimer's disease t...
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Raid on Rommel (1971)

Libya 1943, British Army Captain Alex Foster allows himself to be captured by a German convoy transporting British prisoners. Once integrated with the prisoners, Forster plans to take over the convoy with the help of the prisoners and redirect it towards the Libyan port town of Tobruk. In a journ...
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Anne of the Thousand Days (1969)

The film begins in 1536 when Henry VIII (Richard Burton) considers whether or not he should sign the warrant for the execution of his second wife, Anne Boleyn: then, in a long flashback which takes up virtually the entire film, the whole truth is revealed. Starting in 1527, Henry has a problem: h...