7 wins & 7 nominations.
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Sir Mark Loddon / Frank Welney / Number Fifteen
Major Patrick Leigh Fermor D.S.O. O.B.E. also known to the Cretans and the German Secret Police as PHILEDEM
George Bland (segment "The Alien Corn")
He acted in Jean Anouilh's play, "Point of Departure," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England in 1950 and at the Duke of York's Theatre in London, England in 1951 with Mai Zetterling, Stephen Murray, Hugh Griffith, John Moffatt, Brenda De Banzie, George Hayes, Eric Pohlmann, and Philip Stainton in the cast.
13 Print Biographies |
5 Interviews |
51 Articles |
12 Pictorials |
44 Magazine Cover Photos |
Sir Dirk Bogarde
5' 8½" (1.74 m)
Did You Know?
Cinema is just a form of masturbation. Sexual relief for disappointed people. Women write and say, "I let my husband do it because I think it's you lying on top of me".
In "Dirk Bogarde: The Authorized Biography" (2004), John Coldstream offers four major reasons for Bogarde's failure to become a Hollywood star in 1960. Firstly, the vehicle for his potential breakthrough, Song Without End
(1960), was a flop. Secondly, his talents at that time were not seen as being particularly different from those of, in particular, Montgomery Clift
, John Cassavetes
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