Denis Quilley Movies List

Denis Quilley
Denis Quilley
Islington, London, England, UK

Actor Denis Quilley Filmography

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      Mister Johnson
      Mister Johnson ( English )
      Director: Bruce Beresford
      Music Director: Georges Delerue
      Released Date: 08-09-1990
      The Shell Seekers
      The Shell Seekers ( English )
      Director: Waris Hussein
      Released Date: 03-12-1989
      Foreign Body
      Foreign Body ( English )
      Director: Ronald Neame
      Released Date: 26-09-1986
      A.D. ( English )
      Director: David Brandon
      Music Director: Vincenzo Labella , Lalo Schifrin
      Released Date: 31-03-1985
      King David
      King David ( English )
      Director: Bruce Beresford
      Music Director: Carl Davis
      Released Date: 29-03-1985
      Memed My Hawk
      Memed My Hawk ( English )
      Director: Peter Ustinov
      Released Date: 10-05-1984
      Privates on Parade
      Privates on Parade ( English )
      Artist: John Cleese , Michael Elphick , Patrick Pearson , Joe Melia , John Standing
      Director: Michael Blakemore
      Released Date: 13-04-1984
      Evil Under the Sun
      Evil Under the Sun ( English )
      Artist: Peter Ustinov , Jane Birkin , Nicholas Clay , Maggie Smith , Diana Rigg
      Director: Guy Hamilton
      Released Date: 05-03-1982
      The Making of Agatha Christie's 'Evil Under the Su
      Artist: Peter Ustinov , Peter Ustinov , Maggie Smith , Diana Rigg , Jane Birkin
      Director: Guy Hamilton
      Released Date: 01-01-1982
      Murder on the Orient Express
      Director: Sidney Lumet
      Music Director: Richard Rodney Bennett , Jonathan Bates , Peter Handford , Bill Rowe
      Released Date: 24-11-1974
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          Denis Quilley Biography

          Denis Clifford Quilley was an English actor. From a family with no theatrical connections, Quilley was determined from an early age to become an actor and was taken on by the Birmingham Repertory Theatre in his teens. After a break for compulsory military service he began a West End career in 1950, succeeding Richard Burton in "The Lady's Not For Burning". In the 1950s he appeared in revue, musicals, operetta and on television as well as in classic and modern drama in the theatre.

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