Director: Compton Bennett
Director: Mervyn LeRoy. Also starred Leo Genn, Finlay Currie, Felix Aylmer and Abraham Sofaer.
Director: Alexander Korda. The film marks Roger Moore's uncredited debut. Released as "Vacation from Marriage" in the U.S.A.
Director: William Asher. Also starred Linda Evans, Don Rickles, Buster Keaton and Paul Lynde.
Director: Paul Wendkos. Also starred Peggy Cass and Carl Reiner.
Codirected by Harry Elfont
Director: Martha Coolridge. Also starred Michael Bowen, Cameron Dye & Heidi Holicker
Director: Ronald Neame. Also starred Edith Evans, Felix Aylmer & Elizabeth Sellars
Director: Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger. Also starred David Farrar, Sabu & Esmond Knight
Codirected by Harry Elfront
Director: Harold French. Also starred Ralph Richardson, Francis L. Sullivan & Roland Culver
Director: Edward Dmytryk. Also starred Peter Cushing, Michael Goodliffe & Stephen Murray
Director: Frank Launder. Also starred Michael Howard, Norman Shelley & Liam Redmond
Starred with Yul Brynner. Deborah won an Oscar for the leading role in this film.
Director: Pete Walker. Also starred Paul Greenwood, Kim Butcher & Fiona Curzon. Plot: Edmund (Davies) and Dorothy (Keith) Yates are freed after fifteen years in an asylum.
Director: Walter Lang. Also starred Martin Benson, Terry Sanders & Rex Thompson. Plot: Musical about a widow who accepts a job as a live-in governess of the King of Siam's children.
86, British actor (From Here to Eternity, Black Narcissus, The King and I), complications of Parkinson's disease. Oct 16th
Director: David Gordon Green. Also starred Kate Beckinsale, Peter Balis & Brian Downey. Plot: A drama that interweaves the life of a teenager, with his old baby sitter, her estranged husband, and their daughter.
Director: Fred Zinnemann. Also starred Glynis Johns, Dina Merrill, Michael Anderson Jr. & Chips Rafferty. Plot: In the Australian Outback, the Carmody family--Paddy (Mitchum), Ida (Kerr) and their teenage son Sean (Anderson) --are sheep drovers...
IMDB rating 8.1/10. Director: Michael Powel. Won 2 Oscars & a Golden Globe.
Italy -- 1992-1998 -- 3/1/0=4
Operatic Soprano. Described by Sir Richard Bonynge as "...undoubtedly one of the greatest voices ever produced by Australia... Australia has lost a never-to-be-forgotten nightingale." She made her Covent Garden debut as Freia in Das Rheingold in 1991. She sang at many leading theatres, including the Bastille in Paris, the Vienna State Opera and the Royal Albert Hall in London. Her Metropolitan Opera debut in New York was as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni in 1997. B. 31 July 1958 (Carlingford, NSW, Australia) d. 8 January 2009 (Sydney, NSW, Australia).
Also starring Hume Cronyn
Director: Armand Gazarian. Also starred Dave Bean, Jack Willcox & Rhino Michaels
Every precious moment of the glad... tender... triumphant love they found -- and almost lost!
Powers: able to grow to gigantic height
Olympics - 3 Gold, 1 Silver Medal. World Championships - 3 Gold Medals
Best Actress - Musical or Comedy, 1956
American dramatic soprano; b. 1960
2006; Tin House, Issue 19, Spring 2004
As early as the 8th century BC
1995 Tie. Deborah Adams for Cast Your Fate to the Wind and Jan Burke for Unharmed