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Michael Ripper

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Cast (feature film)

No Surrender (1986) as Tony Bonaparte
An ex-singer, who inherits a Liverpool nightclub with a dubious past, finds himself in for a few surprises come New Year's Eve.
Sammy's Super T-Shirt (1978) as Gateman
The Scars of Dracula (1970) as Landlord
Investigating his brother''''s murder leads a man to Castle Dracula.
Taste the Blood of Dracula (1970) as Cobb
Count Dracula takes revenge on the businessmen who killed his faithful servant.
Moon Zero Two (1970) as
A space salvage expert and his partner become involved with a group of criminals intent on hijacking a small asteroid made of sapphire and crashing it into the moon for later recovery. The only place that they can bring the asteroid down without drawing attention to themselves is a far side mining claim. But first they must dispose of the miner. Little known to them, however, is the fact that the miners sister has hired the same salvage team to help her locate her missing brother.
Mumsy, Nanny, Sonny, and Girly (1970) as Zoo attendant
Sexy, teenaged, immature Girly and her camera-wielding brother Sonny bring home unsuspecting men to Mumsy and Nanny, where they play games, and if they don't follow the rules, they're sent to the angels. One day they bring home a New Friend who has a few ideas for games of his own, though, and he begins to turn the foursome against each other.
Dracula Has Risen From the Grave (1969) as Max
Dracula goes after the niece of the monsignor who destroyed his castle.
The Lost Continent (1968) as Sea lawyer
When a tramp steamer is attacked by a mass of living seaweed, the occupants are forced to take refuge on a strange island.
Inspector Clouseau (1968) as Frey
Scotland Yard borrows a bumbling French police detective to investigate a train robbery.
Torture Garden (1968) as Gordon Roberts
A sideshow exhibit on torture predicts the deaths of those who view it.
The Mummy's Shroud (1967) as Longbarrow
The words on an Egyptian prince''''s burial shroud revive a vengeful mummy.
The Deadly Bees (1967) as Hawkins
Pop singer Vicki Robbins collapses from exhaustion while shooting the 1960's equivalent of a music video, and her physician prescribes a respite on Seagull Island with colleague and bee-keeper, Ralph Hargrove. Vicki finds the Hargroves' bitter marital strife oddly relaxing. But when a mysterious swarm of specially bred attack bees starts killing island residents, Vicki fights for her survival, setting fire to nearly half the structures on the island in her escape.
The Reptile (1966) as Tom Bailey
Indian snake worshippers turn an explorer's daughter into a hideous monster.
Where the Bullets Fly (1966) as Angel
The Plague of the Zombies (1966) as Sergeant Swift
A small town noble uses zombies to work his tin mine and kill his enemies.
The Spy Who Came In From the Cold (1965) as Lofthouse
A British agent infiltrates the enemy by allowing himself to be disgraced at home.
The Secret of Blood Island (1965) as Lieutenant Tojoko
Malaya 1944: many US soldiers have been captured by the Japanese, when they were cut off from their troops. On her way to Kualumpar the English secret agent Elaine is shot down in her plane near such a prison camp. The men hide her eagerly among them, but when the Japanese threaten them with torture, their moral weakens.
The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (1965) as Achmed
An unearthed mummy returns to life to claim the reincarnation of his lost love.
Seaside Swingers (1965) as Mr. Pullman
Several teenagers take jobs at a seaside resort for the summer. TV producers decide to film a talent show at the resort and the teenagers all decide to compete. Freddie and the Dreamers play cooks and do a couple of songs. Subplot consists of two young men competing for the same girl, who's auntie wants to take her back home.
The Devil-Ship Pirates (1964) as Pepe
A pirate crew convinces a small English village that the Spanish Armada has defeated the British.
The Crimson Blade (1964) as Pablo
Lionel Jeffries, Oliver Reed, Jack Hedley, June Thorburn, Michael Ripper, Harold Goldblatt, Suzan Farmer. In 17th century England, Jack Hedley and June Thornburn battle for the Royalist cause against Colonel Judd (Lionel Jeffries) while Oliver Reed hovers in between as a love-smitten, treacherous turncoat. Directed by John Gilling who went on to do such memorable Hammer Titles as THE REPTILE and THE PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES.
The Playgirl and the War Minister (1963) as Angus
General and Lady Fitzadam live at a remote army outpost in Scotland, their last assignment before the General retires. The General is sent abroad and in his absence, Lady Fitzadam decides to convert their spacious estate into a fishing resort for American tourists.
Macbeth (1963) as 1st murderer
Night Creatures (1962) as Mipps
In this engaging costume melodrama of skulduggery on the low seas set back in the 18th-century, the Royal Crown suspects a bit of smuggling is going on in this locale, and they send Captain Collier (Patrick Allen) and his crew to check it out. As the Captain gets into his investigation, mysterious swamp phantoms cloud up the real issue which seems plain enough to see. Captain Collier suspects that the odd village vicar (Peter Cushing) might be hiding something, and what better way to do that than by fortuitous ghosts to scare away the curious, or by posing as someone he is not?
The Pirates of Blood River (1962) as Mac
Pirates force a young prisoner to join their bloodthirsty crew.
The Phantom of the Opera (1962) as Long-faced cabby
Retelling of the story of a new opera disrupted by the actions of a deformed specter of the show''''s past who has an obsession with a chorus girl.
A Matter of WHO (1962) as Skipper
The Anatomist (1961) as
Circle of Deception (1961) as Chauval
British intelligence decides to mislead the Nazis by having an agent feed them misinformation (unbeknownst to him) after being tortured.
The Curse of the Werewolf (1961) as Old soaker
The story of a young man in Spain who faces the challenges of becoming a werewolf.
The Pure Hell of St. Trinian's (1961) as Liftman
When the school burns to the ground there's clearly been some arson around. The pupils are found guilty and the judge hands them into the care of a pretty dubious child psychiatrist. The sixth form are soon kidnapped and on their way to Arabia with the Ministry of Education, Barchester police, and an Army Bath Unit after them. But real rescue fourth form.
Bobbikins (1960) as Naval Petty Officer
Bobbie Jo Baker is a carhop and aspiring country singer who takes off with Lyle Wheeler, a small-time crook and aspiring Billy the Kid. On the road they get involved with various types of theft, violence, and murder.
The Brides of Dracula (1960) as Coachman
A handsome vampire stalks the students at a remote girl''''s school.
Jackpot (1960)
Man Who Could Cheat Death, The (1959)
A remake of "The Man in Half Moon Street" (1944) (qv.). Dr. Bonner plans to live forever through periodic gland transplants from younger, healthier human victims. Bonner looks about 40; he's really 104 years old. But people are starting to get suspicious, and he may not make 200.
The Mummy (1959) as Poacher
A resurrected mummy stalks the archaeologists who defiled his tomb.
The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958) as Kurt
After escaping execution, a mad scientist moves his experiments to a German hospital.
The Camp on Blood Island (1958) as Driver
Prisoners trapped by the Japanese invasion in a sadistic camp stage a revolt.
The Steel Bayonet (1958) as Pte. Middleditch
Enemy from Space (1957) as Ernie
Professor Quatermass, still shook up from London's refusal to proceed with his project to colonize the Moon, is intrigued by the mysterious traces that have been showing up on his radar - meteorites crashing down?. Following them to the place where they should be landing he finds a destroyed village, a mysterious factory too close to his designs for the Moon colony for comfort, and some strange, aerodynamic objects containing a mysterious, ammonia-based gas that infects one of his assistants. Officially, the factory is producing synthetic food; but despite the veil of secrecy surrounding it Quatermass succeeds in finding out it harbours aliens with deadly designs on the Earth... Second in Hammer Films' trio of screen versions for Nigel Kneale's classic 1950s BBC serials, with the same director and star as 1955's "The Quatermass Experiment".
Woman In A Dressing Gown (1957)
A middle-aged woman's inability to succeed as a housewife causes her husband to have an affair with a younger woman.
Blue Murder at St. Trinian's (1957) as Liftman
To further the aims of the St Trinian's Marriage Bureau run by Flash Harry, the school contrives to win a competition with a European "Goodwill" trip as prize, to the horror of the Ministry of Education. Joe Mangan, father of a sixth former and hiding out at the school after a Hatton Garden diamond robbery, is persuaded to travel with the girls as their new headmistress, leaving the real one trussed up in the belfry. At least her arrival had allowed the remains of the Army unit sent in to keep order to evacuate.
X the Unknown (1957) as Sgt. Grimsdyke
A radioactive ooze terrorizes a remote Scottish village.
1984 (1956) as Outer party orator
In a futuristic, state-run society controlled by "Big Brother" in which love is outlawed, employee of the state Winston Smith falls for Julia, and is tortured and brainwashed for his crime.
Nineteen Eighty-Four (1956)
Post nuclear dystopic vision set in London in which the government controls everything, sex is illegal and everyone's paranoia is founded in reality.
Reach for the Sky (1956) as Warrent Officer
A double amputee fights to master his artificial legs and become a World War II flying ace.
Green Man, The (1956)
A professional assassin long out of work, is pulled back into the racket when he''s hired to knock off a politician vacationing at a seaside resort known as The Green Man.
Blonde Sinner (1956) as Roy
A young woman finds love again only to find that she┬┐s been cheated on, which sends her into a murderous rage and eventually death row.
Wee Geordie (1955)
A young Scotsman is sent to compete in the Melbourne Olympics.
Secret Venture (1955) as Bill Rymer
Intruder, The (1955)
Wolf Merton is a former British army officer who is surprised in his home one evening by an intruder. He is even more surprised to learn that the intruder is a soldier from his World War II army unit.
Constant Husband, The (1955)
An amnesiac wakes up to find out that he has married seven women and gets himself in quite a messy hassle.
Richard III (1955) as Forrest--Murderer
A hunchbacked madman plots to make himself king of England.
Sea Shall Not Have Them, The (1955) as Botterill
During WW2, a British bomber equipage is forced down in the British Chanel. Trying to keep the moral, they talk about their lives waiting the rescue they sure will come. And they're right, every possible attempts are made by the special rescue team unities.
Rainbow Jacket, The (1954) as Benny Loder
An ex-champoin horseracing jockey finds a young protege through whom he wishes to relive his glory days.
The Secret People (1952)
A refugee gets mixed up in a plot to assassinate the dictator who killed her father.
Eye Witness (1950)
Adam Hayward (Robert Montgomery), a successful New York City defense lawyer, receives a cable that the British war buddy who saved his life at Anzio Beach is now in trouble with the law in England. Taking the advice of his secretary to go to England rather than wire money, Adam arrives in his friend's village to find him about to stand trial for the murder of the hired stable-hand, Lawrence. Hayward learns that a witness exists who can testify that his friend, Baxter, shot Lawrence in self-defense. But the other witness is a woman who fled the scene and will not want to expose herself by coming forward. Though Hayward suspects Alex, the youthful war-widow daughter-in-law of Colonel Summerfield (himself a widower) he soon discovers that the mystery woman is the young and impressionable Sandy Summerfield, whom he must see to it is brought to the witness stand. As he is leaving the village to catch his plane, Hayward stops at Summerfield Manor to say goodbye. As he does so, he manages to bring father and daughter together. The film closes as Adam and Alex, deep in conversation, walk off into the garden.
History of Mr. Polly, The (1949)
A henpecked dreamer finally goes off in search of a more fulfilling lifestyle. He settles for a handyman job at a country inn, and it is there that he finds true happiness.

Cast (special)

Jeeves and Wooster, Series II (1992)
A four-part comedy based on the works of P.G. Wodehouse about Jeeves, the quintessential butler who masterfully guides his scrape-prone employer through a series of adventures and misadventures.
Jeeves & Wooster (1990)
A five-part comedy for "Masterpiece Theatre" based on the works of P.G. Wodehouse. Set in London and at stately British country homes during the 1920s and '30s, Jeeves, the quintessential butler, masterfully guides his scrape-prone employer through a series of adventures and misadventures.

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