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Burke, Alfred Biography




biography of Burke, Alfred

28 February 1918, Peckham, London, England, UK
16 February 2011, Barnes, London, England, UK (chest infection)
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-   'Barbara Bonelle' (? - ?) (separated); 4 children


-   Joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in his late 60s and continued on for nearly two decades.

-   Trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art starting in 1937.

-   Became involved with the Arts Council Tours after WWII. He was invalided out of serving during the war.

-   He and Barbara Bonelle had two sets of twins: Jacob and Harriet, and Kelly and Louisa.

-   Gaunt, saturnine British character actor, best known on screen as seedy private detective Frank Marker in BBC's long-running series _"Public Eye" (1965)_ (qv).

-   Left his school in 1933 to work as an office boy for a company repairing railway carriages. Subsequently worked as a steward in a London businessmen's club, but had to move on after a dispute with a barmaid.

-   Made his professional stage debut in 1939 at the Barn Theatre in Shere, Surrey, in "The Universal Legacy".

-   During the Second World War, he registered as a conscientious objector and was put to work as a rural labourer.


-   (1994) He acted in David Hare's stage adaptation of Bertolt Brecht's play, "The Life of Gailileo," at the Almeida Theatre in London, England with Richard Griffiths and Michael Gough in the cast. Jonathan Kent was director.

-   (1965) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It," at the Open Air Theatre in Regents Park, London, England with Ann Morrish, Gary Raymond, Phyllida Law, Edward Atienza, John Justin, and Andrew Downie in the cast. Harold Lang was director. The crew included Peter Rice (designer) and Elisabeth Lutyens (music).

-   (1951-1952) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Henry Sixth Part III," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England in a Birmingham Repertory Company production with Jack May, John Greenwood, and Paul Daneman in the cast. Douglas Seale was director.

-   (1986) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Macbeth," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Jonathan Pryce, Sinead Cusack, Nicholas Woodeson, David Killick, Hugh Quarshie, David Troughton, and Penny Downie in the cast. Adrian Noble was director.

-   (1989) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Tempest," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with John Wood, Duncan Bell, John Kane, Desmond Barrit, Melanie Thaw, Nicholas Selby, and James Purefoy in the cast. Nicholas Hytner was director.

-   (1991) He acted in Richard Nelson's play, "Two Shakespearean Actors," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at The Pit Theatre in London, England with Anton Lesser, John Carlisle, Paul Jesson, Mary Chater, Ciaran Hinds, and Yolanda Vazquez in the cast. Roger Mitchell was director.

-   (1991) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Troilus and Cressida," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at The Pit Theatre in London, England with Ralph Fiennes, Amanda Root, Norman Rodway, Paul Jesson, Richard Ridings, Ciaran Hinds, Simon Russell Beale, Sally Dexter, Griffith Jones, and David Troughton in the cast. Sam Mendes was director.

-   (1992) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Peter De Jersey, Samantha Bond, Michael Siberry, Alan Cox, Adrian Lukis, Phyllis Hancock, Anthony O'Donnell, Jonathan Cake, Jeffery Dench, David Burt, and John Bott in the cast. David Thacker was director.

-   (March 4-31, 1952) He acted in the title rôle in William Gillette's play, "Sherlock Holmes," in Birmingham, England in a Birmingham Repertory Company production with Paul Daneman, Josée Richard, Edgar Wreford, Basil Henson, Christine Finn, Michel Bazalgette, Rosalind Boxall, Alan Bridges, Alan Rowe, Anthony Newlands, John Greenwood, Jack May, Redmond Phillips, Alan Nunn, Anthony Finigan, Frederick Jaeger and William Avenell in the cast. Douglas Seale was director.

-   (1993) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with Peter De Jersey, Kate Buffery, Adrian Lukis, Samantha Bond, Anthony O'Donnell, Jonathan Cake, Alan Cox, Jeffery Dench, Michael Siberry, David Burt, and John Bott in the cast. David Thacker was director.

-   (1995) He acted in Henrik Ibsen's play, "Peer Gynt," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Young Vic Theatre in London, England with Alex Jennings and Haydn Gwynne in the cast. John Barton was director.

-   (1998) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Tempest," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with David Calder, Penny Layden, Scott Handy, Robert Glenister, Colin George, and Barry Stanton in the cast. Adrian Noble was director.

-   (2000) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Richard II," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at The Pit Theatre in London, England with Samuel West, David Troughton, Sam Cox, Paul Greenwood, David Killick, Janet Whiteside, and Catherine Walker in the cast. Steven Pimlott was director.

-   (1985) He acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Seagull," at the Queens Theatre in London, England with Vanessa Redgrave, Jonathan Pryce, Natasha Richardson, and John Lynch in the cast. Charles Sturridge was director.


-   I think nowadays you're more responsible for yourself as an actor. You are expected to take more responsibility for yourself and you do. And your own opinions for instance, nowadays would be much more important than they were in my time when your own opinion didn't count for much. You did what you were told or what was suggested to you. The sort of thing you did was imitate older actors actually.

-   What makes people a good director, it's a mystery. I mean, I did a lot of directing in my day, at Farnham, I've no idea what sort of director I was but these were people, they were good organizers, they were well read, cultured used to be the word, they knew what they were doing, they knew their history of the theatre.

-   In weekly rep of course you had to learn a new act every day, every night, after the show. You'd go home and you'd go to bed and start learning your lines for the following day so you'd rehearse an act a day and you had to learn all the lines for one act in one fell swoop. That really was hard work but somehow you know everybody did it. I don't think people would do it now.


-   (October 2008) Appearing at the National Theatre in London in 'Jonathan Kent' 's production of Oedipus. Burke, aged 90, is playing The Shepherd.


-   "The Times" (UK), 9 November 1972, by: Stanley Reynalds, "Public Eye"


-   "TV Times" (UK), 10 April 1965

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  1. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)
  2. "Holby City" (1999) {We Band of Brothers (#4.28)}
  3. Longitude (2000) (TV)
  4. "The Bill" (1984) {After All These Years (#13.138)}
  5. A Midsummer Night's Dream (1996)
  6. "Under the Hammer" (1993) {The Fatal Attribution (#1.1)}
  7. "Sophia and Constance" (1988) {(#1.1)}
  8. "Sophia and Constance" (1988) {(#1.2)}
  9. "Sophia and Constance" (1988) {(#1.3)}
  10. "Sophia and Constance" (1988) {(#1.5)}
  11. "Sophia and Constance" (1988) {(#1.6)}
  12. "Bergerac" (1981) {Poison (#5.8)}
  13. "Unnatural Causes" (1986) {Ladies' Night (#1.5)}
  14. "Home to Roost" (1985) {Bad Apples (#1.2)}
  15. Kim (1984) (TV)
  16. Pope John Paul II (1984) (TV)
  17. "The Glory Boys" (1984) {(#1.3)}
  18. "Number 10" (1983) {Bloodline (#1.7)}
  19. "Shades of Darkness" (1983) {Bewitched (#1.7)}
  20. "Storyboard" (1983) {Inspector Ghote Moves In (#1.1)}
  21. "The Borgias" (1981) {Part 1 (#1.1)}
  22. "The Borgias" (1981) {Part 10 (#1.10)}
  23. "The Borgias" (1981) {Part 2 (#1.2)}
  24. "The Borgias" (1981) {Part 4 (#1.4)}
  25. "The Borgias" (1981) {Part 8 (#1.8)}
  26. "The Borgias" (1981) {Part 9 (#1.9)}
  27. "A Question of Guilt" (1980) {Mary Blandy: Part 1 (#1.9)}
  28. "A Question of Guilt" (1980) {Mary Blandy: Part 3 (#1.11)}
  29. "A Question of Guilt" (1980) {Mary Blandy: Part 5 (#1.13)}
  30. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {Angels That Soar Above (#2.3)}
  31. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {Call of the Dead (#2.1)}
  32. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {Committee Man (#2.5)}
  33. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {Escape (#2.13)}
  34. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {From a View to a Death (#2.11)}
  35. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {Jealousy (#2.8)}
  36. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {No Quarter Given (#2.4)}
  37. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {Post Mortem (#2.6)}
  38. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {Reception for the General (#2.2)}
  39. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {The Education of Nils Borg (#2.12)}
  40. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {The Raid (#2.7)}
  41. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {The Right Blood (#2.10)}
  42. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {War Game (#2.9)}
  43. "ITV Playhouse" (1967) {A Rod of Iron (#12.7)}
  44. "Tales of the Unexpected" (1979) {The Flypaper (#3.1)}
  45. The House on Garibaldi Street (1979) (TV)
  46. "Minder" (1979) {Come in T-64, Your Time Is Ticking Away (#1.8)}
  47. "Oresteia" (1979) {Agamemnon (#1.1)}
  48. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {After the Ball (#1.3)}
  49. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {By Order of the Fuhrer (#1.1)}
  50. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {Judgement of Solomon (#1.13)}
  51. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {Officers of the Law (#1.8)}
  52. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {Pains and Penalties (#1.11)}
  53. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {Steel Hand from the Sea (#1.4)}
  54. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {The Jerrybag (#1.9)}
  55. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {The Laws and Usages of War (#1.5)}
  56. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {The Librarian (#1.2)}
  57. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {The Polish Affaire (#1.7)}
  58. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {The Prussian Officer (#1.12)}
  59. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {Treason (#1.10)}
  60. "Enemy at the Door" (1978) {V for Victory (#1.6)}
  61. "The South Bank Show" (1978) {Paganini Superstar (#1.2)}
  62. "Treasure Island" (1977) {(#1.1)}
  63. "Treasure Island" (1977) {(#1.2)}
  64. "Treasure Island" (1977) {(#1.3)}
  65. "Treasure Island" (1977) {(#1.4)}
  66. The Lady of the Camellias (1976) (TV)
  67. The Power of Dawn (1976) (TV)
  68. "Public Eye" (1965) {Fit of Conscience (#7.12)}
  69. "Public Eye" (1965) {Hard Times (#7.7)}
  70. "Public Eye" (1965) {Lifer (#7.10)}
  71. "Public Eye" (1965) {No Orchids for Marker (#7.8)}
  72. "Public Eye" (1965) {Nobody Wants to Know (#7.1)}
  73. "Public Eye" (1965) {Take No for an Answer (#7.11)}
  74. "Public Eye" (1965) {The Fall Guy (#7.5)}
  75. "Public Eye" (1965) {The Fatted Calf (#7.9)}
  76. "Public Eye" (1965) {They All Sound Simple at First (#7.4)}
  77. "Public Eye" (1965) {Unlucky for Some (#7.13)}
  78. "Public Eye" (1965) {A Family Affair (#6.7)}
  79. "Public Eye" (1965) {Egg and Cress Sandwiches (#6.12)}
  80. "Public Eye" (1965) {Home and Away (#6.11)}
  81. "Public Eye" (1965) {It's a Woman's Privilege (#6.10)}
  82. "Public Eye" (1965) {The Golden Boy (#6.8)}
  83. "Public Eye" (1965) {The Trouble with Jenny (#6.13)}
  84. "Public Eye" (1965) {The Windsor Royal (#6.9)}
  85. "The Brontes of Haworth" (1973) {Delusion's Song (#1.3)}
  86. "The Brontes of Haworth" (1973) {Rewarding Destiny (#1.4)}
  87. "The Brontes of Haworth" (1973) {Silent Is the House (#1.5)}
  88. "The Brontes of Haworth" (1973) {The Little King (#1.1)}
  89. "Crime of Passion" (1970) {Paul (#3.6)}
  90. "ITV Saturday Night Theatre" (1969) {Just in Time for Christmas}
  91. "Love Story" (1963) {Night of the Tanks (#9.9)}
  92. "Public Eye" (1965) {Girl in Blue (#6.2)}
  93. "Public Eye" (1965) {Horse and Carriage (#6.6)}
  94. "Public Eye" (1965) {Many a Slip (#6.3)}
  95. "Public Eye" (1965) {Mrs. Podmore's Cat (#6.4)}
  96. "Public Eye" (1965) {The Bankrupt (#6.1)}
  97. "Public Eye" (1965) {The Man Who Said Sorry (#6.5)}
  98. "Public Eye" (1965) {A Mug Named Frank (#5.1)}
  99. "Public Eye" (1965) {And When You've Paid the Bill You're None the Wiser (#5.7)}
  100. "Public Eye" (1965) {Come Into the Garden, Rose (#5.6)}
  101. "Public Eye" (1965) {I Always Wanted a Swimming Pool (#5.4)}
  102. "Public Eye" (1965) {John VII Verse 24 (#5.13)}
  103. "Public Eye" (1965) {Shades of White (#5.12)}
  104. "Public Eye" (1965) {Slip Home in the Dark (#5.3)}
  105. "Public Eye" (1965) {The Beater and the Game (#5.5)}
  106. "Public Eye" (1965) {The Man Who Didn't Eat Sweets (#5.9)}
  107. "Public Eye" (1965) {Transatlantic Cousins (#5.11)}
  108. "Public Eye" (1965) {Ward of Court (#5.10)}
  109. "Public Eye" (1965) {Well - There Was This Girl, You See (#5.2)}
  110. One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich (1970)
  111. "Big Brother" (1970) {A Little Bit Like a God (#1.5)}
  112. "ITV Saturday Night Theatre" (1969) {The Exiles: Emma (#3.2)}
  113. "ITV Saturday Night Theatre" (1969) {The Exiles: Jennie (#3.1)}
  114. "ITV Saturday Night Theatre" (1969) {The Exiles: Zo (#3.3)}
  115. As You Like It: An Introduction (1969)
  116. Guns in the Heather (1969)
  117. "Armchair Theatre" (1956) {Edward the Confessor (#9.8)}
  118. "Disneyland" (1954) {The Secret of Boyne Castle: Part 1 (#15.17)}
  119. "Disneyland" (1954) {The Secret of Boyne Castle: Part 2 (#15.18)}
  120. "Disneyland" (1954) {The Secret of Boyne Castle: Part 3 (#15.19)}
  121. "Public Eye" (1965) {A Fixed Address (#4.7)}
  122. "Public Eye" (1965) {Case for the Defence (#4.5)}
  123. "Public Eye" (1965) {Divide and Conquer (#4.2)}
  124. "Public Eye" (1965) {My Life's My Own (#4.4)}
  125. "Public Eye" (1965) {Paid in Full (#4.3)}
  126. "Public Eye" (1965) {The Comedians' Graveyard (#4.6)}
  127. "Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)" (1969) {All Work and No Pay (#1.3)}
  128. "Public Eye" (1965) {But They Always Come Back for Tea (#3.5)}
  129. "Public Eye" (1965) {Cross That Palm When We Come to It (#3.13)}
  130. "Public Eye" (1965) {Have Mud, Will Throw (#3.4)}
  131. "Public Eye" (1965) {If This Is Lucky, I'd Rather Be Jonah (#3.1)}
  132. "Public Eye" (1965) {It Must Be the Architecture - Can't Be the Climate (#3.10)}
  133. "Public Eye" (1965) {It's Learning About the Lies That Hurts (#3.11)}
  134. "Public Eye" (1965) {Memories of Meg (#3.3)}
  135. "Public Eye" (1965) {Mercury in an Off-White Mac (#3.6)}
  136. "Public Eye" (1965) {Strictly Private and Confidential (#3.7)}
  137. "Public Eye" (1965) {The Bromsgrove Venus (#3.9)}
  138. "Public Eye" (1965) {There's No Future in Monkey Business (#3.12)}
  139. "The Gamblers" (1967) {The Day the Banana Threw a Gorilla at Rachel (#2.4)}
  140. "Armchair Thriller" (1967) {The Snares of Death (#1.4)}
  141. "Public Eye" (1965) {All the Black Dresses She Wants (#2.1)}
  142. "Public Eye" (1965) {Don't Forget You're Mine (#2.2)}
  143. "Public Eye" (1965) {I Could Set It to Music (#2.3)}
  144. "Public Eye" (1965) {It Had to Be a Mouse (#2.8)}
  145. "Public Eye" (1965) {It's a Terrible Way to Be (#2.4)}
  146. "Public Eye" (1965) {No, No, Nothing Like That (#2.10)}
  147. "Public Eye" (1965) {Tell Me About the Crab (#2.9)}
  148. "Public Eye" (1965) {There Are More Things in Heaven and Earth (#2.11)}
  149. "Public Eye" (1965) {Twenty Pounds of Heart and Muscle (#2.12)}
  150. "Public Eye" (1965) {Works with Chess, Not with Life (#2.7)}
  151. "Public Eye" (1965) {You Can Keep the Medal (#2.5)}
  152. "The Avengers" (1961) {The Girl from Auntie (#4.17)}
  153. "The Power Game" (1965) {The Switch (#1.7)}
  154. The Nanny (1965)
  155. The Night Caller (1965)
  156. "Public Eye" (1965) {'And a Very Fine Fiddle Has He' (#1.8)}
  157. "Public Eye" (1965) {A Harsh World for Zealots (#1.7)}
  158. "Public Eye" (1965) {All for a Couple of Ponies (#1.1)}
  159. "Public Eye" (1965) {But the Joneses Never Get Letters (#1.6)}
  160. "Public Eye" (1965) {Dig You Later (#1.4)}
  161. "Public Eye" (1965) {Have It on the House (#1.15)}
  162. "Public Eye" (1965) {I Went to Borrow a Pencil, and Look What I Found (#1.5)}
  163. "Public Eye" (1965) {My Life - That's a Marriage (#1.9)}
  164. "Public Eye" (1965) {Nobody Kills Santa Claus (#1.2)}
  165. "Public Eye" (1965) {Protection Is a Man's Best Friend (#1.11)}
  166. "Public Eye" (1965) {The Morning Wasn't So Hot (#1.12)}
  167. "Public Eye" (1965) {They Go Off in the End, Like Fruit (#1.3)}
  168. "Public Eye" (1965) {You Have to Draw the Line Somewhere (#1.14)}
  169. "Public Eye" (1965) {You Should Hear Me Eat Soup (#1.13)}
  170. "Public Eye" (1965) {You Think It'll Be Marvellous - But It's Always a Rabbit (#1.10)}
  171. "The Third Man" (1959) {Man at the Top (#5.12)}
  172. "Thirty-Minute Theatre" (1965) {That's Not My Name (#1.11)}
  173. Children of the Damned (1964)
  174. "ITV Play of the Week" (1955) {The Witnesses (#9.48)}
  175. "The Indian Tales of Rudyard Kipling" (1963) {A Bank Fraud (#1.1)}
  176. "The Saint" (1962) {The Wonderful War (#2.16)}
  177. "Z Cars" (1962) {Whistle and Come Home (#3.33)}
  178. Farewell Performance (1963)
  179. The Man Who Finally Died (1963)
  180. The Small World of Sammy Lee (1963)
  181. "Armchair Theatre" (1956) {Power and Glory (#4.73)}
  182. "Comedy Playhouse" (1961) {On the Knocker (#3.1)}
  183. "Drama 61-67" (1961) {Drama '63: Night of the Leopard (#3.10)}
  184. "Espionage" (1963) {A Covenant with Death (#1.1)}
  185. "ITV Play of the Week" (1955) {I Can't Bear Violence (#8.27)}
  186. "The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre" (1960) {The £20,000 Kiss (#4.2)}
  187. "The Human Jungle" (1963) {A Friend of the Sergeant Major (#1.6)}
  188. "The Odd Man" (1960) {This Stuff's Thicker Than Water (#3.6)}
  189. "The Plane Makers" (1963) {One of Us (#1.12)}
  190. "The Saint" (1962) {Starring the Saint (#2.2)}
  191. "Zero One" (1962) {The Switch (#2.12)}
  192. Backfire (1962)
  193. Crooks Anonymous (1962)
  194. Locker 69 (1962)
  195. Mix Me a Person (1962)
  196. On the Beat (1962)
  197. She Knows, Y'Know (1962)
  198. The Pot Carriers (1962)
  199. "Maigret" (1960) {Seven Little Crosses (#3.11)}
  200. "Man of the World" (1962) {The Frontier (#1.5)}
  201. "The Avengers" (1961) {The Mauritius Penny (#2.7)}
  202. "The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre" (1960) {Backfire (#2.8)}
  203. "The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre" (1960) {Locker 69 (#3.3)}
  204. "Z Cars" (1962) {Day Trip (#1.24)}
  205. The Man at the Carlton Tower (1961)
  206. "Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond" (1959) {The Sorcerer (#3.31)}
  207. "Danger Man" (1960) {The Conspirators (#1.21)}
  208. "Ghost Squad" (1961) {Bullet with My Name on It (#1.2)}
  209. "Sir Francis Drake" (1961) {Queen of Scots (#1.3)}
  210. "The Avengers" (1961) {Dragonsfield (#1.26)}
  211. "The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre" (1960) {The Man at the Carlton Tower (#2.2)}
  212. "Top Secret" (1961) {X (#1.10)}
  213. Dead Lucky (1960)
  214. Moment of Danger (1960)
  215. The Angry Silence (1960)
  216. The Trials of Oscar Wilde (1960)
  217. "Armchair Theatre" (1956) {On the Spot (#3.89)}
  218. "Boyd Q.C." (1956) {Hell Hath No Fury (#4.2)}
  219. "ITV Play of the Week" (1955) {The Birthday Party (#5.30)}
  220. "ITV Play of the Week" (1955) {The Watching Eye (#6.13)}
  221. "ITV Sunday Night Drama" (1959) {Theatre 60:The Devil Makes Sunday}
  222. "No Hiding Place" (1959) {Dog Eat Dog (#2.18)}
  223. "No Hiding Place" (1959) {Two Blind Mice (#2.5)}
  224. Model for Murder (1959)
  225. Operation Amsterdam (1959)
  226. "Armchair Theatre" (1956) {Parole (#3.32)}
  227. "International Detective" (1959) {The Carrington Case (#1.2)}
  228. "Interpol Calling" (1959) {The Angola Brights (#1.11)}
  229. "ITV Play of the Week" (1955) {The Crucible (#5.10)}
  230. "ITV Play of the Week" (1955) {The Square Ring (#4.40)}
  231. "ITV Television Playhouse" (1955) {Oggie (#5.11)}
  232. "Probation Officer" (1959) {(#1.4)}
  233. "Probation Officer" (1959) {(#1.5)}
  234. "The Invisible Man" (1958) {Point of Destruction (#2.1)}
  235. "The Third Man" (1959) {The Widow Who Wasn't (#2.18)}
  236. Law and Disorder (1958)
  237. No Time to Die (1958)
  238. The Man Inside (1958)
  239. The Man Upstairs (1958)
  240. You're a Long Time Dead (1958) (TV)
  241. "Boyd Q.C." (1956) {Mustapha, King of Reefers (#2.2)}
  242. "ITV Play of the Week" (1955) {The Big Knife (#4.18)}
  243. "ITV Play of the Week" (1955) {The Strong Are Lonely (#4.9)}
  244. "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1955) {The Lottery (#3.33)}
  245. "William Tell" (1958) {The Assassins (#1.7)}
  246. Bitter Victory (1957)
  247. Confess, Killer (1957)
  248. High Flight (1957)
  249. Interpol (1957)
  250. Let's Be Happy (1957)
  251. The Long Haul (1957)
  252. Yangtse Incident: The Story of H.M.S. Amethyst (1957)
  253. "Assignment Foreign Legion" (1956) {The Testimonial of a Soldier (#1.17)}
  254. "Hour of Mystery" (1957) {Confess, Killer (#1.4)}
  255. "ITV Play of the Week" (1955) {Boy Meets Girl (#2.41)}
  256. "ITV Play of the Week" (1955) {Home of the Brave (#2.25)}
  257. "The Adventures of Aggie" (1956) {Cock and Bull (#1.24)}
  258. "The Buccaneers" (1956) {Ghost Ship (#1.22)}
  259. "The Buccaneers" (1956) {The Instrument of War (#1.37)}
  260. "The New Adventures of Martin Kane" (1957) {The Taxi Story (#1.4)}
  261. Without Love (1956) (TV)
  262. "Assignment Foreign Legion" (1956) {The Sword of Truth (#1.13)}
  263. "Colonel March of Scotland Yard" (1956) {The Devil Sells His Soul (#1.12)}
  264. "ITV Television Playhouse" (1955) {The Burning Glass (#1.31)}
  265. "Lilli Palmer Theatre" (1955) {Forecast Unsettled}
  266. "London Playhouse" (1955) {The Black Judge}
  267. "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1955) {The Trap (#2.14)}
  268. The Constant Husband (1955)
  269. The Seventh Dungeon (1955) (TV)
  270. Touch and Go (1955)
  271. "ITV Television Playhouse" (1955) {The Last Reunion (#1.11)}
  272. The Kid from Brooklyn (1946)

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