Jack Hawkins

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Actor - Great Britain
Born September 14, 1910 in London
Died July 18, 1973

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Jack Hawkins was born on September 14, 1910 in London. He was an English Actor, known for Theatre of Blood (1973), The Poppy is also a Flower (1966), The Black Rose (1950), Jack Hawkins's first movie on record is from 1940. Jack Hawkins died on July 18, 1973. His last motion picture on file dates from 1973.

Jack Hawkins Filmography [Auszug]
1973: Theatre of Blood (Cast: Solomon Psaltery), Directed by Douglas Hickox, with Harry Andrews, Diana Rigg, Vincent Price,
1973: Tales that witness madness (Witness madness) (Cast), Directed by Freddie Francis, with David Wood, Russell Lewis, Neil Kennedy,
1971: The ruling class (Dieu et mon droit) (Producer), Directed by Peter Medak, with Kay Walsh, Arthur Lowe, Margaret Lacey,
1971: Sin (Cast: Nicholas), Directed by George Pan Cosmatos, with Richard Johnson, Flora Robson,
1969: Lola (Twinky, London Affair, Statutory Affair) (Cast), Directed by Richard Donner, with Orson Bean, Jill Ireland, Trevor Howard,
1969: Waterloo (Cast), Directed by Sergej Bondarchuk, Vittorio Bonicelli, with Terence Alexander, Orson Welles, Rod Steiger,
1968: The Adventures of Gerard (Cast: Millefleurs), with Mark Burns, Claudia Cardinale, Ivan Desny,
1968: Shalako (Cast: Sir Charles Daggett), Directed by Edward Dmytryk, with Brigitte Bardot, Peter van Eyck, Sean Connery,
1966: The Poppy is also a Flower (Cast), Directed by Terence Young, with Senta Berger, Yul Brynner, Angie Dickinson,
1966: La Fayette (Cast: Gen. Cornwalis), Directed by Jean Dreville, with Michel de Royer, Vittorio De Sica,
1965: Lord Jim (Cast: Marlow), Directed by Richard Brooks, with Walter Gotell, Akim Tamiroff, Tatsuo Saito,
1963: Zulu (Cast: Missionar Otto Witt), Directed by Cy Endfield, with Stanley Baker, James Booth, Michael Caine,
1962: Lawrence of Arabia (Cast: Allenby), Directed by David Lean, with Peter O'Toole, Omar Sharif, Alec Guinness,
1962: Rampage (Cast: Otto Abbot), Directed by Phil Karlson, with Robert Mitchum, Elsa Martinelli,
1962: Five Finger Exercise (Cast: Stanley Harrington), Directed by Daniel Mann, with Rosalind Russell, Richard Beymer,
1961: La Fayette (Cast: General Cornwallis), Directed by Jean Dréville, with Pascale Audret, Michel le Royer,
1960: Two Loves (Cast: Abercrombie), Directed by Charles Walters, with Laurence Harvey, Shirley MacLaine,
1959: Ben Hur (Cast: Quintus Arrius), Directed by William Wyler, with Cathy O'Donnell, Charlton Heston, Stephen Boyd,
1959: The league of gentlemen (Cast), Directed by Basil Dearden, with Richard Attenborough, Robert Coote,
1958: Fortune is a woman (She played with fire) (Cast), Directed by Sidney Gilliat, with Arlene Dahl, Violet Farebrother,
1957: The Bridge on the river Kwai (Die Brücke am Kwai) (Cast: Major Warden), Directed by David Lean, with Alec Guinness, Sessue Hayakawa, William Holden,
1956: The long arm (Cast), Directed by Charles Frend, with Dorothy Alison, Ursula Howells,
1955: The land of the pharaohs (Cast: Khefu), Directed by Howard Hawks, with Sydney Chaplin, Joan Collins,
1955: Touch and Go (Vorsicht bei Frauen, Meine bessere Hälfte) (Cast: Jim Fletcher), Directed by Michael Truman, with Roland Culver, John Fraser,
1954: The seekers (Land of Fury) (Cast), Directed by Ken Annakin, with Glynis Johns, Noel Purcell,
1953: The Intruder (Cast: Wolf Merton), Directed by Guy Hamilton, with Michael Ripper, Hugh Williams,
1953: The Cruel Sea (Cast), Directed by Charles Frend, with Alec McGowen,
1952: Mandy (Cast), Directed by Alexander Mackendrick, with Dorothy Alison, Phyllis Calvert,
1952: The Planter's Wife (Sangue bianco) (Cast), Directed by Ken Annakin, with Claudette Colbert,
1951: No Highway in the Sky (Cast), Directed by Henry Koster, with James Stewart, Marlene Dietrich, Glynis Jones,
1950: The Black Rose (Cast: Tristram), Directed by Henry Hathaway, with Orson Welles, Gibb McLaughlin, Herbert Lom,
1950: The elusive Pimpernel (Cast: Prince of Wales), Directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger, with Edmond Audran, Robert Coote, Cyril Cusack,
1949: The small back room (Hour of Glory) (Cast), Directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger, with Leslie Banks, David Farrar,
1948: The fallen idol (Cast: Detective Lake), Directed by Carol Reed, with Sonia Dresdel, Walter Fitzgerald,
1940: The Flying Squad (Cast: Mark McGill ), Directed by Herbert Brenon, with Sebastian Shaw, Phyllis Brooks,

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