biographyBorn on December 12, 1927, in London (some sources list her birth date as 1925 and 1926), actress Honor Blackman was encouraged to select the stage as a career by her father, who gave her acting lessons one year for her birthday. She also trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. At eighteen, she married her first husband, Bill. Following the end of World War II, Blackman was cast in a few plays in London's West End and nabbed a uncredited role in her first film, the drama Fame Is the Spur (1947). After signing with J. Arthur Rank's Rank Organisation in 1948, her career gained momentum with a role in the horror film Daughter of Darkness (1948; with Maxwell Reed). She went on to star in the comedy A Boy, a Girl and a Bike (1949; with Diana Dors) and earned supporting roles in several big-budget films, such as Conspirator (1949; with Robert Taylor and Elizabeth Taylor) and So Long at the Fair (1950; with Jean Simmons and Dirk Bogarde). By the mid 1950s, however, Blackman's first marriage fell apart, and career-wise she found herself stuck in the middle, working steadily but without a breakthrough role. The dawning of the 1960s would soon change all that.
LEFT: Early 1950s Rank Organisation photo of Honor Blackman. CENTER and RIGHT: Cheesecake shots from the mid 1960s
Taking up judo during her tenure on The Avengers, actor and stuntman Joe Robinson was featured in the 1964 publication Honor Blackman's Book of Self-Defence. LEFT: Joe Robinson with Honor Blackman. CENTER and RIGHT: Doug Robinson with Honor Blackman
As the tough secret agent widow Dr. Cathy Gale in The Avengers, Blackman finally found success and became wildly popular with British audiences. She also dabbled in singing, with the February 1964 release of the novelty song Kinky Boots, which she recorded with her The Avengers co-star Patrick Macnee. While merely a curiosity upon its original release, the song went to number 5 on the UK charts in 1990. The song was a reference to leather-clad Cathy Gale's boots which became fashionable in the 1960s. Blackman also released an album in 1965 titled Everything I've Got. After two seasons, she left her role in The Avengers in order to accept the role of Pussy Galore in the 007 film Goldfinger. Often cited as the oldest living Bond girl, Blackman was 37 years old when the film was released in December 1964 and created a sensation with audiences worldwide.
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Diamond City (1949)
Blackman fights with Diana Dors in the Rank adventure Diamond City
The Avengers (1961-1969 ITV TV Series)
From the long-running TV series The Avengers. Blackman starred alongside Patrick Macnee from 1962 to 1964 as Dr. Cathy Gale
Life at the Top (1965)
LEFT: With Laurence Harvey in the Columbia drama Life at the Top, a sequel to the 1959 hit film Room at the Top in which Harvey also starred. RIGHT: Blackman portrays television personality Norah Hauxley
Moment to Moment (1965)
The Secret of My Success (1965)
A Twist of Sand (1968)
The Name of the Game (1968-1971 NBC TV Series)
With Richard Basehart and Peter Falk in a 1972 episode of NBC's series Columbo titled Dagger of the Mind
To the Devil a Daughter (1976)
honor blackman todayIn the early 1970s, Blackman went on a self-imposed hiatus from films and television, returning to the screen in the horror film To the Devil a Daughter (1976; with Richard Widmark and Christopher Lee. Meanwhile, her marriage to Maurice Kaufmann ended in 1975, and Blackman has remained single. Her career has remained strong in television, as a guest star on such programs as Dr. Who and Coronation Street and as the star of the popular British television comedy The Upper Hand, which ran from 1990 to 1996. Now in her 80s, Blackman shows no signs of slowing down; her latest film is Cockneys vs Zombies, to be released in 2012.
Columbo: The Complete Second Season [DVD](1972) DVD
All eight episodes from season two--including "Etude in Black," "The Most Crucial Game," "Dagger of the Mind," "A Stitch in Crime," and "Double Shock"--are featured in a four-disc set. 10 3/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: French, Spanish. **8 episodes on 4 discs. 10 3/4 hrs.**
Doctor Who: Trial Of A Time Lord [DVD](1986) DVD
--In one of the most dramatic (and longest) Who stories ever, the Doctor (Colin Baker) is held captive on Gallifrey and put on trial for violating the Time Lords' code of non-interference. Four stories ("Mysterious Planet," "Mind Warp," "Terror of the Vervoids" and "The Ultimate Foe") were combined for this epic-length adventure.-- Colin Baker stars. 5 3/4 hrs. total on four discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; documentaries; interviews; photo gallery; deleted scenes; extended scenes; audio commentary; more.
Midsomer Murders: Set Six [DVD] DVD
Five-disc set includes "A Talent for Life" (2003), "Death and Dreams" (2003), "Painted in Blood" (2003), "A Tale of Two Hamlets" (2003), and "Birds of Prey" (2003). 8 1/3 hrs. total. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; biography; filmographies; more. **5 episodes on 5 discs. 8 1/3 hrs.**
The Noel Coward Collection [DVD] DVD
This expansive seven-disc set features a spectacular array of one-act and full-length plays and short stories by Noel Coward, produced and shown on the BBC from the 1960s to the '80s. "The Vortex," "Hay Fever," "Private Lives," "Design for Living," "Mrs. Capper's Birthday," "What Mad Pursuit," "Tonight at 8:30," "Present Laughter," "Star Quality," "Me and the Girls," "Bon Voyage," "Mr. and Mrs. Edgehill," and "Suite in Two Keys" are performed by such notables as Joan Collins, Paul Eddington, Deborah Kerr, Hugh Laurie, and others. 19 3/4 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital stereo, Dolby Digital mono; featurette; interviews; radio shows; more.
Daughter Of Darkness [DVD](1948) DVD
Atmospheric Gothic chiller follows a mysterious servant girl whose strange power over men forces her to leave her home village. Taking up residence in a community located by the moors, she soon enchants a carnival boxer...amongst other men whose desire for her results in their downfalls. Maxwell Reed, Siobhan McKenna, Anne Crawford star; look for Honor Blackman. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Conspirator [DVD](1949) DVD
This suspenseful, romantic thriller stars Robert Taylor as a British army officer working for the Russians who wants to resign from his spy work. Before he's allowed to give up his post, however, Taylor is informed that first, he must kill his beautiful young wife (Elizabeth Taylor). With Robert Flemyng and Honor Blackman. 100 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
Elizabeth Taylor: The Warner Archive Classics Collection [DVD] DVD
Five-disc set includes "Cynthia," "Conspirator" (1949), "Love Is Better Than Ever," "The Girl Who Had Everything," and "Rhapsody."
Green Grow The Rushes [DVD](1951) DVD
In the style of "Whisky Galore" comes this lively British comedy about a group of coastal brandy smugglers who are able to operate due to an old glitch in the law. When the authorities try to clamp down, the hilarity begins. Richard Burton, Roger Livesey, and Honor Blackman star. AKA: "Brandy Ashore." 78 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
The Glass Tomb (1955)/Paid To Kill (1954) [DVD] DVD
A creepy carnival is the setting for "The Glass Tomb," in which the sideshow's "Starving Man" is found dead after witnessing a murder. Who is responsible for the crime? John Ireland, Honor Blackman, and Geoffrey Keen star. AKA: "The Glass Cage." Next, a financier (Dane Clark) facing bankruptcy convinces a friend to murder him so his wife can reap the insurance payoff. But when he changes his mind, can Clark find the man he "Paid to Kill" him in time to call off the hit? Paul Carpenter, Thea Gregory also star. AKA: "Five Days." 130 min. total. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
A Night To Remember [Blu-ray](1958)
The night was April 14, 1912, as the ocean liner Titanic struck an iceberg in the North Atlantic and went down, taking with her over 1,500 lives. Stunning re-creation of the ship's fateful maiden voyage and the people involved stars Kenneth More, Laurence Naismith, David McCallum, and Honor Blackman. 123 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English PCM mono; audio commentary; "making of" documentaries; theatrical trailers.
A Night To Remember [DVD](1958) DVD
The night was April 14, 1912, as the ocean liner Titanic struck an iceberg in the North Atlantic and went down, taking with her over 1,500 lives. Stunning re-creation of the ship's fateful maiden voyage and the people involved stars Kenneth More, Laurence Naismith, David McCallum, and Honor Blackman. 123 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH); audio commentary; documentary "En Natt Att Minnas" (1962); documentary "The Iceberg That Sank the Titanic" (2006); "making of" documentary; interview; theatrical trailer. Two-disc set.
The Square Peg [DVD](1958) DVD
English WWII farce finds road mender Norman Wisdom recruited into the army and sent to serve in France. Wisdom accidentally slips behind enemy lines, but is picked up by the Resistance. To show his courage and enthusiasm for Great Britain, Norman leads a mission to rescue prisoners and tackle the German army. Honor Blackman, Edward Chapman also star. 86 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English; theatrical trailer; more.
A Matter Of WHO [DVD](1962) DVD
Terry-Thomas stars in this offbeat farce as a U.N. health investigator trying to track down the source of a smallpox epidemic. Things get complicated when he meets an unscrupulous oilman based in the Middle East. Alex Nicol, Sonja Ziemann and Honor Blackman also star. 90 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English.
Jason And The Argonauts [Blu-ray](1963)
The quest for the Golden Fleece by Jason and his band of warriors is turned into an epic screen fantasy with some of Ray Harryhausen's finest scenes (harpies, giant statues come to life, and skeleton warriors). Todd Armstrong, Nancy Kovack, Niall MacGinnis, Honor Blackman star. 104 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English DTS HD 5.1 Master Audio, Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH).
Jason And The Argonauts [DVD](1963) DVD
The quest for the Golden Fleece by Jason and his band of warriors is turned into an epic screen fantasy with some of Ray Harryhausen's finest scenes (harpies, giant statues come to life, and skeleton warriors). Todd Armstrong, Nancy Kovack, Niall MacGinnis, Honor Blackman star. 104 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital mono, Spanish Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish; theatrical trailer; interview.
The quintessential Bond film has it all...Sean Connery, Odd Job and his deadly hat, the beautiful Pussy Galore, the Aston Martin stunt car, John Barry's score and Goldfinger...the man with the plan to irradiate Fort Knox and corner the world's gold market. With Gert Frobe, Honor Blackman, Harold Sakata. 110 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English DTS HD 5.1 Master Audio, Dolby Digital mono, French Dolby Digital 5.1, Spanish Dolby Digital 5.1; Subtitles: English (SDH), Spanish, Cantonese, Korean, Mandarin; audio commentary; featurettes; interviews; "making of" documentary; radio interview; screen tests; TV spots; theatrical trailers.
Goldfinger [DVD](1964) DVD
The quintessential Bond film has it all...Sean Connery, Odd Job and his deadly hat, the beautiful Pussy Galore, the Aston Martin stunt car, John Barry's score and Goldfinger...the man with the plan to irradiate Fort Knox and corner the world's gold market. With Gert Frobe, Honor Blackman, Harold Sakata. 110 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English DTS 5.1, French Dolby Digital 5.1; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish.
Lola [DVD](1970) DVD
A bit of a departure for Charles Bronson was this romantic seriocomedy that casts him as a middle-aged writer whose relationship with a 16-year-old nymph (Susan George) hits a snag when they decide to marry. Richard Donner directs; with Orson Bean, Paul Ford, and Robert Morley. AKA: "Child Bride," "Twinky." 78 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
The Last Grenade [DVD](1970) DVD
Stanley Baker and Alex Cord star in this pin-pulling action yarn as mercenary buddies who become fast enemies when Cord betrays Baker's army while the two are fighting together in the Congo. Baker is eventually recruited to stop Cord who has moved on to Hong Kong and is causing political turmoil by staging border raids. However, Baker's plans are impeded when he falls for a general's daughter. Richard Attenborough and Honor Blackman co-star. 94 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; theatrical trailer.
The Virgin And The Gypsy [DVD](1970) DVD
Based on the novella by D.H. Lawrence, this electrifying drama set in a small English village examines how a rector's daughter yearns for a better life. When she meets a mysterious Gypsy, she becomes immediately smitten with him--despite her fears and insecurities. But when a natural catastrophe occurs, her life is changed and she begins to understand true passion. Joanna Shimkus, Franco Nero, Honor Blackman star. 95 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
Something Big [DVD](1971) DVD
Wild West outlaw Joe Baker (Dean Martin) is indeed planning to pull off "something big" before retiring from a life of crime in this frontier action/comedy. His final job, however, becomes a complex caper involving Mexican bandits, a Gatling gun, and the kidnapped wife (Honor Blackman) of a Cavalry officer (Brian Keith) looking to bring Joe to justice. With Ben Johnson, Carol White. 108 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English (SDH).
The Cat And The Canary [DVD](1979) DVD
Chic sex auteur Radley Metzger ("The Lickerish Quartet") reworks the classic thriller with stylish results. Honor Blackman, Michael Callan, Olivia Hussey, Edward Fox, Wendy Hiller, Carol Lynley and Wilfrid Hyde-White are among those trying to dodge a killer in an old mansion on a rainy night. Uncut director's edition; 98 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.
Voice Of The Heart [DVD](1990) DVD
Lindsay Wagner stars in this engrossing Barbara Taylor Bradford adaptation about a Hollywood starlet, driven by her selfish obsession with success, and the two men who will do anything to be with her. James Brolin, Honor Blackman, Stuart Wilson, and Victoria Tennant also star. 3 1/4 hrs. total on two discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English; interviews.
Tale Of The Mummy [DVD](1998) DVD
A series of grisly murders and a robbery in a London museum lead police detectives to the granddaughter of an archeologist who may know who's behind the incidents. It turns out that the wrapped corpse of an evil, ancient Egyptian priest has been revived, and is now stalking in search of human blood. Jason Scott Lee and Christopher Lee star in Russell Mulcahy's salute to the classic Hammer films. AKA: "Talos the Mummy." 88 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.
To Walk With Lions [DVD](2000) DVD
The further adventures of George Adamson of "Born Free" fame are chronicled in this drama. In the 1980s, Adamson (Richard Harris) rehabilitates lions at a Kenya reserve despite recurring threats from warfare and poachers. The elderly Adamson is helped by a young drifter, but their quest to save the animals puts their lives in jeopardy. With John Michie, Kerry Fox, and Ian Bannen. 107 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English; featurette; biographies; theatrical trailer.
Bridget Jones's Diary [Blu-ray](2001)
Armed with a British accent and 20 well-placed extra pounds, Renee Zellweger plays the title role in this witty romantic comedy based on Helen Fielding's popular novel. As a thirtysomething working girl in a London publishing company, Zellweger sets out to overcome her vices and her "singleton" status, but cannot choose between handsomely caddish boss Hugh Grant and handsomely stuffy lawyer Colin Firth. With Gemma Jones, Jim Broadbent. 98 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English DTS HD 5.1 Master Audio; Subtitles: English (SDH), Spanish; deleted scenes; featurettes; audio commentary; TV spots.
Bridget Jones's Diary [DVD](2001) DVD
Armed with a British accent and 20 well-placed extra pounds, Renee Zellweger plays the title role in this witty romantic comedy based on Helen Fielding's popular novel. As a thirtysomething working girl in a London publishing company, Zellweger sets out to overcome her vices and her "singleton" status, but cannot choose between handsomely caddish boss Hugh Grant and handsomely stuffy lawyer Colin Firth. With Gemma Jones, Jim Broadbent. 98 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital 5.1; Subtitles: Spanish; deleted scenes; featurettes; audio commentary; TV spots; more.
Color Me Kubrick [DVD](2005) DVD
John Malkovich stars in the "true-ish" story of Alan Conway (Malkovich), the gay con man who masqueraded as Stanley Kubrick during the final years of the reclusive director's life. Unfamiliar with Kubrick's work and looking nothing like him, Conway pretended to be the cinematic icon using a multitude of faulty accents and garish outfits, staying one step ahead of those who would expose him. Tom Allen, Marisa Berenson co-star. AKA: "Colour Me Kubrick: A True...ish Story." 86 min. Widescreen (Enhanced) Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: Spanish; audio commentary; deleted scenes; "making of" featurette.
Reuniting The Rubins [DVD](2011) DVD
In order to honor his ailing mother's wishes, a put-upon British lawyer must convince his estranged adult children--a Type-A businessman, an environmental activist, a Buddhist monk, and a "born-again" rabbi--to come home for Passover. The holiday spirit, soon degenerates, however, into comical chaos in this quirky tale of dysfunctional family dynamics. Timothy Spall, Rhona Mitra, James Callis, Honor Blackman star. 97 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English; alternate ending; featurette.
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Cockneys vs Zombies (2012) with Michelle Ryan
I, Anna (2012) with Charlotte Rampling and Gabriel Byrne
Reuniting the Rubins (2010) with Rhona Mitra and Timothy Spall
Jack Brown and the Curse of the Crown (2006) with Bart Ruspoli
Summer Solstice (2005) with Jacqueline Bisset
Color Me Kubrick (2005) with John Malkovich, Tom Allen, Scott Baker, and Marisa Berenson
Jack and the Beanstalk: The Real Story (2001) with Matthew Modine, Mia Sara, Vanessa Redgrave, Daryl Hannah, Jon Voight, and Richard Attenborough
Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) with Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, and Hugh Grant
The Sight (2000) with Andrew McCarthy and Kevin Tighe
To Walk with Lions (1999) with Richard Harris and Geraldine Chaplin
Tale of the Mummy (1998) with Jason Scott Lee, Christopher Lee, Shelley Duvall, and Gerard Butler
Voice of the Heart (1989) with Lindsay Wagner, James Brolin, Victoria Tennant, Leigh Lawson, and Kathryn Leigh Scott
Lace (1984) with Bess Armstrong, Brooke Adams, Phoebe Cates, Angela Lansbury, Herbert Lom, Anthony Quayle, and Leigh Lawson
The Secret Adversary (1983) with George Baker
The Cat and the Canary (1978) with Michael Callan, Edward Fox, Wendy Hiller, Olivia Hussey, and Carol Lynley
Age of Innocence (1977) with David Warner and Lois Maxwell
To the Devil a Daughter (1976) with Christopher Lee, Richard Widmark, Denholm Elliott, and Nastassja Kinski
Fright (1971) with Susan George, Ian Bannen, and John Gregson
Something Big (1971) with Dean Martin, Brian Keith, Ben Johnson, Albert Salmi, Joyce Van Patten, Denver Pyle, Merlin Olsen, Robert Donner, Harry Carey Jr., and Judi Meredith
The Virgin and the Gypsy (1970) with Franco Nero
The Last Grenade (1970) with Stanley Baker, Alex Cord, and Richard Attenborough
Lola (1970) with Charles Bronson, Orson Bean, Trevor Howard, Lionel Jeffries, Robert Morley, and Susan George
The Last Roman (1968) with Laurence Harvey, Orson Welles, Sylva Koscina, Michael Dunn, and Lang Jeffries
A Twist of Sand (1968) with Richard Johnson
Shalako (1968) with Sean Connery, Brigitte Bardot, Stephen Boyd, and Peter van Eyck
Moment to Moment (1965) with Jean Seberg
Life at the Top (1965) with Laurence Harvey, Jean Simmons, Michael Craig, and Robert Morley
The Secret of My Success (1965) with Shirley Jones, Stella Stevens, and Lionel Jeffries
Goldfinger (1964) with Sean Connery, Gert Frobe, Shirley Eaton, Harold Sakata, Bernard Lee, and Lois Maxwell
Jason and the Argonauts (1963) with Todd Armstrong, Nancy Kovack, and Laurence Naismith
Serena (1962) with Patrick Holt
A Matter of WHO (1961) with Terry-Thomas and Alex Nicol
The Square Peg (1959) with Norman Wisdom
A Night to Remember (1958) with Kenneth More and David McCallum
Account Rendered (1957) with Griffith Jones
You Pay Your Money (1957) with Hugh McDermott and Jane Hylton
Suspended Alibi (1957) with Patrick Holt
The Glass Tomb (1955) with John Ireland
Breakaway (1955) with Tom Conway
The Yellow Robe (1954) with Ron Randell
Diplomatic Passport (1954) with Marsha Hunt
The Rainbow Jacket (1954) with Robert Morley
Delavine Affair (1954) with Peter Reynolds
Green Grow the Rushes (1951) with Richard Burton
Joseph Proctor's Money (1951) with Robert Beatty
So Long at the Fair (1950) with Jean Simmons and Dirk Bogarde
Diamond City (1949) with David Farrar and Diana Dors
Conspirator (1949) with Robert Taylor and Elizabeth Taylor
A Boy, a Girl and a Bike (1949) with Patrick Holt, Diana Dors, and Anthony Newley
Quartet (1948) with Ian Fleming, Mai Zetterling, and Dirk Bogarde
Daughter of Darkness (1948) with Maxwell Reed
The Upper Hand, 1990–1996 ITV TV series. Blackman portrayed Laura West
The Avengers, 1961-1969 ITV/ABC TV series. Blackman portrayed Cathy Gale from 1962 to 1964
The Four Just Men, 1959-1960 ITV TV series. Blackman portrayed Nicole
Probation Officer, 1959–1962 ITV TV series. Blackman portrayed Iris Cope from 1959 to 1960
TELEVISION GUEST APPEARANCES
The Royal, episode One of Those Days, originally aired June 22, 2003
The Royal, episode Wishing and Hoping, originally aired June 15, 2003
The Royal, episode Snakes and Ladders, originally aired June 1, 2003
Midsomer Murders, episode A Talent for Life, originally aired January 3, 2003
The American Embassy, episode Agent Provocateur, originally aired January 1, 2002
Dr. Terrible's House of Horrible, episode Lesbian Vampire Lovers of Lust, originally aired November 12, 2001
Doctors, episode A Helping Hand, originally aired May 9, 2000
Crossbow, episode The Bet, originally aired October 25, 1987
Doctor Who, episode The Trial of a Time Lord: Part 11, originally aired November 15, 1986
Doctor Who, episode The Trial of a Time Lord: Part 12, originally aired November 22, 1986
Doctor Who, episode The Trial of a Time Lord: Part 10, originally aired November 8, 1986
Doctor Who, episode The Trial of a Time Lord: Part 9, originally aired November 1, 1986
Minder, episode Minder on the Orient Express, originally aired December 25, 1985
In Performance, episode Orpheus in the Underworld, originally aired August 31, 1983
Never the Twain, episode Blood Brothers, originally aired September 28, 1982
Never the Twain, episode As Young as You Feel, originally aired September 14, 1982
Holding the Fort, episode Otherwise Engaged, originally aired August 22, 1982
Never the Twain, episode Father of the Groom, originally aired October 19, 1981
Never the Twain, episode A Night at the Opera, originally aired September 21, 1981
Never the Twain, episode Of Meissen Men, originally aired September 14, 1981
Crown Court, episode Heart to Heart: Part 1, originally aired May 15, 1979
Robin's Nest, episode Love & Marriage, originally aired March 30, 1978
Jubilee, episode Wind of Change, originally aired May 1, 1977
Robin's Nest, episode The Maternal Triangle, originally aired February 1, 1977
Benjamin Franklin, episode The Rebel, originally aired January 9, 1975
Columbo, episode Dagger of the Mind, originally aired November 26, 1972
Boney, episode Boney in Venom House, originally aired August 17, 1972
ITV Saturday Night Theatre, episode Visit from a Stranger, originally aired October 31, 1970
The Name of the Game, episode An Agent for the Plaintiff, originally aired March 20, 1969
ITV Playhouse, episode The Explorer, originally aired October 14, 1968
Armchair Theatre, episode Recount, originally aired April 18, 1968
ABC Stage 67, episode The Wide Open Door, originally aired April 20, 1967
ITV Play of the Week, episode Present Laughter, originally aired February 28, 1967
The Saint, episode The Arrow of God, originally aired November 15, 1962
Top Secret, episode The Men from Yesterday, originally aired October 27, 1961
Top Secret, episode Destination Buenos Aires, originally aired August 11, 1961
Kraft Mystery Theater, episode Account Rendered, originally aired June 21, 1961
Bootsie and Snudge, episode Rally Round the Flag, originally aired June 2, 1961
The Pursuers, episode The Frame, originally aired January 1, 1961
Danger Man, episode Colonel Rodriguez, originally aired December 18, 1960
Suspense, episode Point of Honour, originally aired April 10, 1960
The Third Man, episode The Widow Who Wasn't, originally aired December 17, 1959
The Invisible Man, episode Blind Justice, originally aired August 8, 1959
African Patrol, episode A Witness to Murder, originally aired March 8, 1959
The Vise, episode The Lady Doesn't Scare, originally aired December 21, 1958
African Patrol, episode The Sickness, originally aired December 14, 1958
The New Adventures of Charlie Chan, episode The Patient in Room 21, originally aired September 28, 1957
The Vise, episode Deep in the Heart of Chelsea, originally aired September 27, 1957
Boyd Q.C., episode The Open and Shut Case, originally aired February 11, 1957
Rheingold Theatre, episode The Way Home, originally aired July 9, 1956
The Vise, episode Dead Man's Evidence, originally aired November 4, 1955
The Vise, episode Set a Murderer, originally aired October 8, 1954
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