Climthorpe, London suburb (the train station scenes were filmed in Norbiton). [wikipedia]
Played by Leonard Rossiter
Played by Geoffrey Palmer
Played by Sally-Jane Spencer
This was Elton Johns birth name
Director and Producer: John Ford. Also starred J.M. Kerrigan and Alan Hale.
Director: Marcel Varnel. Also starred Peter Murray-Hill, Charles Farrell & Eliot Makeham
Director: Michael Powell. Also starred Glennis Lorimer, Allan Jeayes & Frederick Piper
Sang at Lady Diana’s funeral.
Born 1866 CE, died 1932 CE
Director: Edward Ludwig. Also starred Thomas Mitchell, Victor Kilian & John Gallaudet. Plot: Joel McCrea plays a hotshot reporter who thinks he knows everything and Jean Arthur plays an actress who puts one over on him...
Director: John McTierman. Also starred Paul Gleason, De'voreaux White & William Atherton. Plot: New York cop John McClane (Willis) gives terrorists a dose of their own medicine as they hold hostages in an LA office building.
Director: William A. Seiter. Also starred Emily Fitzroy, Charles K. Gerrard & Gertrude Astor
Director: Bert Glennon. Also starred Duke Kahanamoku, Donald MacKenzie & Renée Macready
2001 - Best Mystery Short Story
Director: Edward Sedgwick. Also starred Cliff Edwards, Dorothy Christy & Sally Eilers. Plot: Jeff (Denny) wants to get married to Virginia (Eilers), but Virginia won't marry until her older, hard-to-please sister Angelica (Christy) gets married off first...
Translated from Wells; died in office
Dean of Exeter; cardinal; last Roman Catholic archbishop; died in office
Director: Malcolm St Clair. Also starred Frank Orth, William B. Davidson & Wonderful Smith. Plot: The problem with the mystery stories concocted by Jason Cord (Milton Berle) is that he can never figure out who's guilty...
Director: Val Guest. Also starred David King-Wood, Douglas Wilmer & Harold Lang
Written for use on Trinity Sunday, the lyrics were set to a tune composed for the lyrics by John Bacchus Dykes. The tune was originally called Nicaea, which refers to the Nicaean Council of 325 A.D.
IMDB:8.2/10. Director: John McTierman. Nominated for 4 Oscars.
One look at terrorist Hans Gruber's smarmy European grin and you instinctively want to kick his butt.
American, plays Nu Metal/Groove Metal/Hard Rock
Welsh born American actor whose film career spanned from 1929-1985. he won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in Billy Wilder's "Lost Weekend" in 1945. he was Oliver Barrett III in "Love Story" in 1970. he teamed with Grace Kelly in Alfred Hitchcock's "Dial M for Murder". he played Professor Vernon Simpson who used wood repellent to break into Major League Baseball in 1949 in "It Happens Every Spring" with Jean Peters and Paul Douglas.
We don't see her but see Reggie's image of her as an hippo!