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Maurice Denham

Maurice Denham

Birthdate: December 23, 1909

Deathdate: July 24, 2002

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Maurice Denham OBE (born William Maurice Denham, 23 December 1909 – 24 July 2002) was an English character actor who appeared in over 100 television programmes and films throughout his long career. Description above from the Wikipedia article Maurice Denham, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ...detailed bio


Felidae (1994)

A cat named Francis moves with his owner to a new neighborhood, and no sooner has he set paw into his new home than he is greeted by the slain body of another cat. Local street cat Bluebeard is convinced that this, and the other three recent killings, must have been committed by a "can-opener" - ...

84 Charing Cross Road (1987)

In 1949 Helene Hanff, in search of obscure classics and British literature titles she has been unable to find in New York City, notices an ad in the Saturday Review of Literature placed by antiquarian booksellers Marks & Co located at the titular address in London. She contacts the shop and chief...

Agatha Christie's Miss Marple: 4:50 from Paddington (1987)

When Miss Marple's visiting friend sees a woman being strangled on a passing train, they immediately report it to the police. Inspector Slack sees Miss Marple as a bit of a busy body and drops the investigation after only a few days. Miss Marple however determines that there is only one spot alon...

Shout at the Devil (1976)

Colonel Flynn O'Flynn (Lee Marvin), a hard drinking American, uses British aristocrat Sebastian Oldsmith (Roger Moore) to help poach ivory in Tanganyika, which is part of the German-controlled pre-World War I territory of German East Africa. On hearing news that the American has returned, Herman ...

The Day of the Jackal (1973)

In the Paris suburb of Petit-Clamart on 22 August 1962, an assassination attempt is made on the President of France General Charles de Gaulle by the militant French underground organisation OAS in anger over the French government granting independence to Algeria. As the president's motorcade pass...

Nicholas and Alexandra (1971)

The story begins in 1904 with the birth of the Tsarevich Alexei during the Russo-Japanese War. Tsar Nicholas (Michael Jayston) is warned by Count Witte (Laurence Olivier) and Grand Duke Nicholas (Harry Andrews) that the war is futile and costing too many lives. They tell him the Russian people wa...

Countess Dracula (1971)

In 17th-century Hungary, recently widowed Countess Elisabeth Nádasdy discovers that her youthful appearance and libido can be temporarily restored if she bathes in the blood of young women. She enlists her steward and lover, Captain Dobi, to help with the kidnap and murder of countless local girl...

Sunday Bloody Sunday (1971)

A Jewish doctor, Daniel Hirsh (Peter Finch) and a young woman, Alex Greville (Glenda Jackson) are both involved in a love triangle with contemporary sculptor Bob Elkin (Murray Head). Not only are Hirsh and Greville aware that Elkin is seeing the other but they know one another through mutual frie...

The Virgin and the Gypsy (1970)

Based on the last written work of D. H. Lawrence, the film follows two sisters, Lucille and Yvette, who come to the English countryside to vacation. Along the way, Yvette is interested in a gypsy who lives not far from her family's home. Slowly, Yvette becomes attracted to the gypsy, leading her ...

Some Girls Do (1969)

Drummond is hired after a series of inexplicable accidents befall the people and companies who are responsible for developing the world's first supersonic airliner, the SST1. Drummond, with the help of another agent, uncovers a plot by a mastermind named Carl Petersen, who stands to gain eight mi...

Attack on the Iron Coast (1968)

Canadian Commando Major Jamie Wilson plans an audacious Combined Operations raid on the Axis held French port of Le Clare; if destroyed the Germans would be stripped of their only dry dock capable of servicing their large battleships. Wilson's plan code named Operation Mad Dog, is to ram a destro...

Jules Verne's Rocket to the Moon (1967)

Jules Verne's Rocket to the Moon (US: Rocket to the Moon; aka: Blast Off) is a 1967 British science fiction comedy film directed by Don Sharp and produced by Harry Alan Towers.

Torture Garden (1967)

Five people visit a fairground sideshow run by the sinister Dr. Diabolo (Meredith). Having shown them a handful of haunted-house-style attractions, he promises them a genuinely scary experience if they will pay extra. Their curiosity gets the better of them, and the small crowd follows him behind...

Danger Route (1967)

A leading British secret agent/assassin returns home to the Channel Islands from a mission in the Caribbean fearing his nerve has gone, and attempts to resign. He is persuaded by his superiors to undergo a final mission and assassinate a defector but the job turns out to be much more complex than...

Hysteria (1965)

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Night Caller from Outer Space (1965)

Night Caller from Outer Space, also known as simply The Night Caller or Blood Beast from Outer Space, is a British 1965 science fiction film directed by John Gilling. It is based on Frank Crisp's novel The Night Callers. American scientist Jack Costain (John Saxon) and his aides investigates a m...

The Nanny (1965)

Ten-year-old Joey Fane returns home from the special school he has attended since the death of his toddler sister. But at home he creates a terrible fuss, moving from the bedroom Nanny has prepared for him to one with a strong lock and access to the fire escape, refusing to eat anything Nanny coo...

Operation Crossbow (1965)

In 1944, Nazi Germany is working on terror weapons, the V-1 flying bomb and V-2 rocket while British Intelligence learns about a new secret weapon. Technical problems with the V-1 lead the Germans to create a manned version to ascertain the flight problems of the rocket but all the test pilots ar...

The Alphabet Murders (1965)

Albert Aachen is found dead, the murder weapon a poison dart. When a woman named Betty Barnard becomes the next victim, detective Hercule Poirot suspects that Sir Carmichael Clarke could be in grave danger. As he and Captain Hastings look into the crimes, a beautiful woman with an interesting mon...

The 7th Dawn (1964)

Three friends who fought the Japanese in Malaya during World War II end up on opposing sides in the Communist insurgency following the war. Ferris (Holden) becomes a prosperous rubber plantation owner, with Dhana (Capucine) his mistress is now head of a schoolteacher's union. The third former gue...