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Colin Gordon
Colin Gordon
Colombo, Ceylon. [now Sri Lanka]
Bond Street

Actor Colin Gordon Filmography

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Ufo - Allarme rosso... attacco alla Terra!
Artist: Colin Gordon , Tom Adams , Wanda Ventham , Ed Bishop
Director: Cyril Frankel
Release Year: 1971
The Body Beneath
The Body Beneath ( English )
Artist: Gavin Reed , Jackie Skarvellis , Berwick Kaler , Susan Heard , Richmond Ross
Director: Andy Milligan
Release date: 04-12-1970
Casino Royale
Casino Royale ( English )
Artist: David Niven , Peter Sellers , Ursula Andress , Orson Welles , Joanna Pettet
Music Director: Burt Bacharach , Chris Greenham
Release date: 13-04-1967
The Family Way
The Family Way ( English )
Director: Roy Boulting
Release date: 18-12-1966
The Psychopath
The Psychopath ( English )
Director: Freddie Francis
Release date: 02-02-1966
Heavens Above!
Heavens Above! ( English )
Release date: 23-05-1963
The Pink Panther
The Pink Panther ( English )
Artist: Peter Sellers , David Niven , Robert Wagner , Capucine , Claudia Cardinale
Director: Blake Edwards , Ottavio Oppo , Betty A. Griffin
Music Director: Henry Mancini , Alexander Fisher , Gilbert D. Marchant , Richard Carruth
Release date: 18-03-1963
Bitter Harvest
Bitter Harvest ( English )
Director: Peter Graham Scott
Release date: 08-03-1963
The Boys
The Boys ( English )
Director: Sidney J. Furie
Release date: 31-08-1962
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Colin Gordon Biography

​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.   Colin Gordon (27 April 1911 – 4 October 1972) was a British actor born in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka). He was educated at Marlborough College and Christ Church, Oxford. He made his first West End appearance in 1934 as the hind legs of a horse in a production of “Toad of Toad Hall”. From 1936 to 1939 he was a director with the Fred Melville Repertory Company at Brixton. He served in the army during WWII for six years. His performance in 1948 as Rupert Billings in “The Happiest Days of Your Life” won the Clarence Derwent award. Gordon had a long career in British cinema and television from the 1940s to the 1970s, often playing government officials. His films include The Pink Panther and Casino Royale although he is probably best known for his portrayal of Number Two in the ITC classic series The Prisoner. Along with Leo McKern, he was one of only two actors to play Number Two more than once. He first played the character in "The General" and later reprised his role in "A. B. and C.". In fact, the episodes were subsequently broadcast in reverse order: when "The General" was in production, "A. B. and C" had not yet been cast. Gordon was a regular in another ITC production, The Baron playing civil servant Templeton-Green opposite Steve Forrest. He also played the host and occasional narrator of the 1969 London Weekend Television series The Complete and Utter History of Britain, which arose from a pre-Monty Python collaboration between Michael Palin and Terry Jones; and was the Airport Commandant in the 1967 Doctor Who story The Faceless Ones. He was also in Bachelor Father and made a notable guest appearance in The Holiday episode of Steptoe and Son. Description above from the Wikipedia article Colin Gordon, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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