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Alan Badel

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Alan Fernand Badel (11 September 1923 – 19 March 1982) was a distinguished English stage actor who also appeared frequently in the cinema, radio and television and was noted for his richly textured voice which was once described as "the sound of tears". Description above from the Wikipedia article Alan Badel, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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Sep 11, 1923 In Rusholme, Manchester, England
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie The Stranger Left No Card 1952-09-02
Latest Project:
Movie Shogun 1980-11-08
Known For
Movie Shogun Father Dell'Aqua 1980-11-08
Series Shogun Father Dell'Aqua 1980-09-15
Movie Agatha Lord Brackenbury 1979-02-09
Movie The Riddle of the Sands Dollmann 1979-10-02
Movie The Medusa Touch Barrister 1978-04-13
Movie Force 10 from Navarone Petrovitch 1978-11-01
Movie Telefon Colonel Malchenko 1977-12-16
Movie Where Adam Stood 1976-04-21
Series Bill Brand David Last 1976-06-07
Movie The Day of the Jackal Ministre 1973-05-15
Movie The Adventurers President Rojo 1970-03-25
Movie Where's Jack? Lord Chancellor 1969-04-01
Movie Otley Sir Alex Hadrian 1968-10-01
Movie Arabesque Beshraavi 1966-05-04
Movie Children of the Damned Dr. David Neville 1964-01-29
Movie This Sporting Life Gerald Weaver 1963-01-15
Movie Bitter Harvest Karl 1963-03-08
Movie Magic Fire Richard Wagner 1955-06-30
Movie Three Cases of Murder Owen (segment "Lord Mountdrago") / Mr. X (segment "In the Picture") / Harry (segment "You Killed Elizabeth") 1955-03-15
Movie Will Any Gentleman...? The Great Mendoza 1953-08-25
Movie The Stranger Left No Card John Smith 1952-09-02
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