Director: Cy Enfield. Also starred Herbert Lom, William Hartnell & Wilfrid Lawson. Plot: Ex-con trucker tries to expose his boss' rackets.
Author of "Abraham Lincoln published in 2008; US Senator and Presidential candidate, 1972
Sleaze, strong graphic bloody violence, gore, prevasive language, nudity and drug use.
Director:Michael Powell. Also starred Neva Carr-Glynn, Andonia Katsaros & Michael Boddy
Unsuccessful US Presidential candidate, 1972; historian, author, US Senator
1973; 2 weeks as #1 on the Billboard Hot 100; Academy Award winner for "The Poseidon Adventure"
Director: Anthony Asquith. Also starred Alf Kjellin, Dorothy Alison & Noel Willman
(Book and film series) Head of Gryffindor House.
And creator of The Prisoner
Director: Albert S. Rogell. Also starred Paul Hurst, Harry Shutan & Chief Yowlachie Plot: Lone Wolf (Chief Yowlachie), who is stirring up the Indians against the wishes of his elders, gets the job of scout at the fort.
Director: Basil Dearden. Also starred Paul Rogers, Malcolm Keen & Megs Jenkins. Plot: When John Harris's (Craig) daughter is badly injured in an boating accident, the hospital tells him that she will need an urgent blood transfusion. Due to his religious beliefs Harris refuses permission, and the child dies.
Director: Sergio Leone. Also starred Tuesday Weld, Treat Williams & James Hayden. Plot: A former Prohibition-era Jewish gangster returns to Brooklyn over 30 years later, where he once again must confront the ghosts and regrets of his old life.
When Wallace's wife's throat is cut, a white Ford Transit van can be seen briefly in the distance.
Director: Don Siegel. Also starred Jack Thibeau, Fred Ward & Paul Benjamin. Plot: A dramatization of the one possibly successful escape from the notorious prison.
IMDB:8.4/10. Director: Sergio Leone. Won 2 Baftas.
Sean Connery got the part
The two-time Emmy Award-winning actor starred in the 1960s TV series "Secret Agent" and gained cult status as the co-creator, executive producer and star of the enigmatic series "The Prisoner". His career ranged from success in Londonâ€™s West End to roles in films, including "Mary, Queen of Scots", "Escape From Alcatraz and "Ice Station Zebra". Reviewing "Braveheart" in The L.A. Times, critic Peter Rainer wrote: "Patrick McGoohan is in possession of perhaps the most villainous enunciation in the history of acting." B. 19 March 1928 (Queens, NY, USA) d. 13 January 2009 (Santa Monica, CA, USA).