The Long Day of Inspector Blomfield is a 1968 German crime film directed by Rudolf Zehetgruber and starring Götz George, Werner Pochath and Anthony Steel.It was one of a number of movies Steel made in Europe while based in Rome.
A drug addicted man takes over a British police station, holding it hostage with a bottle of nitroglycerine. He demands to see Inspector Blomfeld, but the Inspector is away dealing with another case.
|Götz George||Eddie Blomfield|
|Werner Pochath||Johnny Smith|
|Anthony Steel||Arthur Baker|
|Walter Barnes||Insp. Fred Lancaster|
|Ingeborg Schöner||Mrs. Gilespie|
|Eddi Arent||Sgt. Harry Colman|
|Gert Günther Hoffmann||Mac O'Hara|
|Siegfried Wischnewski||Insp. Sterling|
|Karl Schönböck||Col. Lister|
|Herbert Fux||Blincky Smith|
Charles James Blomfield was a British divine and classicist, and a Church of England bishop for 32 years.
The Blue Lamp is a 1950 British police drama directed by Basil Dearden and starring Jack Warner as PC Dixon, Jimmy Hanley as newcomer PC Mitchell, and Dirk Bogarde as criminal Tom Riley. The title refers to the blue lamps that traditionally hung outside British police stations. The film became the inspiration for the 1955–1976 TV series Dixon of Dock Green, where Jack Warner continued to play PC Dixon until he was 80 years old.
Raj Comics is an Indian comic book publisher. It published a line of Indian comic books through Raja Pocket Books since its foundation in 1984 by Rajkumar Gupta. Some of its most well known characters include Nagraj, Super Commando Dhruva, Bhokal, Doga, Parmanu, Tiranga, Bankelal, Shakti, Inspector Steel, Ashwaraj ,Bheriya and Anthony. Raj Comics is credited as being one of the leading comic book distributors in India.
Anthony Maitland Steel was a British actor and singer best known for his appearances in British war films of the 1950s such as The Wooden Horse (1950) and Where No Vultures Fly, and his marriage to Anita Ekberg.
Malamaal Weekly is a 2006 Indian Hindi-language comedy film written and directed by Priyadarshan and starring Riteish Deshmukh, Paresh Rawal, Om Puri, and Innocent. The film received mixed reviews from critics, but performed well at the box office, grossing ₹42.7 crore against a budget of ₹7 crore. It was a remake of Waking Ned (1998). The film was remade in Telugu as Bhagyalakshmi Bumper Draw and in Kannada as Dakota Picture. Priyadarshan himself remade the film in Malayalam as Aamayum Muyalum.
Don't Ever Leave Me is a 1949 British comedy film directed by Arthur Crabtree and starring Petula Clark, Jimmy Hanley, Hugh Sinclair, Edward Rigby, and Anthony Newley. Produced by Betty Box during her stint at Gainsborough Pictures, it was written by Robert Westerby.
Inspector Morse is a British detective drama television series based on a series of novels by Colin Dexter. It starred John Thaw as Detective Chief Inspector Morse and Kevin Whately as Sergeant Lewis. The series comprises 33 two-hour episodes produced between 1987 and 2000. Dexter made uncredited cameo appearances in all but three of the episodes.
Emergency Call is a British film released in 1952 by Nettlefold Films. The film was directed by Lewis Gilbert and stars Jack Warner in a familiar role playing a policeman, Anthony Steel, Joy Shelton and Sid James as a dubious boxing promoter.
Paul Christopher Blomfield is a British Labour Party politician who has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sheffield Central since 2010. He has been a Shadow Minister for Exiting the European Union since October 2016.
Hardcore is a 1977 British comedy film directed by James Kenelm Clarke and starring Fiona Richmond, Anthony Steel, Victor Spinetti, Ronald Fraser and Graham Crowden. It depicts a highly fictionalised account of the life of Richmond, who was a leading pin-up in the 1970s. It was the first of two movies Anthony Steel made with Richmond.
Alfred Blomfield was an Anglican bishop in the last decades of the 19th century.
The Switch is a 1963 British crime drama film directed by Peter Maxwell and starring Anthony Steel, Zena Marshall and Conrad Phillips. The screenplay involves a criminal gang that smuggles watches into the country by hiding them in a petrol tank of a woman's car. It was Susan Shaw's last film.
Ingeborg Schöner is a German film and television actress.
Karl Schönböck was an Austrian actor.
Recoil is a 1953 British crime film directed by John Gilling and starring Kieron Moore, Elizabeth Sellars and Edward Underdown.
Chorr Police is an Indian animation comedy show which aired on Disney XD India. It also airs on its sister channels Hungama TV and Disney Channel (India) later. As the title suggests, it is about a thief and a policeman. It is only available in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. Amazon Prime acquired the streaming rights of the series in 2016.
Fate Takes a Hand is a 1961 British anthology drama film.
Escort for Hire is a low budget 1960 British thriller film. It starred June Thorburn, Pete Murray, Noel Trevarthen, Jan Holden and Peter Butterworth.
The jailing of a man for the murder of Carol Wilkinson, committed on 10 October 1977 in Bradford, West Yorkshire, is regarded as one of the gravest miscarriages of justice in British criminal history. Anthony Steel spent 20 years in prison for the murder.
Leopold Rudolf (1911–1978) was an Austrian stage, film and television actor.
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