ⓘ Dead Cert (1974 film)

Dead Cert (1974 film)

ⓘ Dead Cert (1974 film)

  • Frank Gentry as "Gipsy".
  • Julian Glover as "Lodge".
  • Bill Fraser as "Uncle George".
  • Ian Hogg as "Bill Davidson".
  • Joseph Blatchley as "Joe Nantwich".
  • Michael Williams as "Sandy Mason".
  • John Bindon as "Walter".
  • Sean Lynch as "Sid".
  • Hideo Saito as "Yuko".
  • Mark Dignam as "Clifford Tudor".
  • Nina Thomas as "Penny Brocker".
  • Judi Dench as "Laura Davidson".
  • Scott Antony as "Alan York".
  • Mick Dillon as "Jockey" as Mickey Dillon.
  • Geoffrey Bateman as "Everest".
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  • Crowell - Collier Press, 1969 Avon Classic Crime Collection 1969 1971 Dead Cert by Dick Francis, 1969 It Walks by Night, by John Dickson Carr, 1970 Beat
  • subsequently removed from distribution. The film has only twice been shown on British television, in 1974 and 1981 on BBC2 and has not been released
  • extra text: authors list link Hamilton, John 2013 X - Cert The British Independent Horror Film 1950 - 1971. Baltimore MD: Midnight Marquee Press. pp. 157 162
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  • begins in the wake of the death of the character Pearce had played. Death cert Only Fools and Horses actor Lennard Pearce had the chance to kill Hitler
  • Circuit, in U.S. ex rel. Weinberger v. Equifax, 557 F.2d 456 5th Cir. 1977 cert denied, 434 U.S. 1035 1978 held that The purpose of the Act and the
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  • is an English film director, film editor, and author. He is best known for his directorial and editing work on eight James Bond films from the 1960s

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