Ann Walker




Make-Up (Feature Film)

The Argyle Secrets (1948)

Life Events


Movie Clip

Dresser, The (1983) -- (Movie Clip) Let Them Know You're Coming Backstage at a WWII era English provincial theater, as the end of Othello approaches, Norman (Tom Courtenay, the title character) rushes to support "Sir" (Albert Finney) and company through the curtain call, from the opening scenes of Peter Yates' The Dresser, 1983.
Dresser, The (1983) -- (Movie Clip) Stop That Train! Norman (Tom Courtenay, title character) leads the way as the aging Shakespearean company led by "Sir" (Albert Finney) attempts a wartime change of trains, in The Dresser, 1983, from Ronald Harwood's play and screenplay.
Dresser, The (1983) -- (Movie Clip) You Scotch-Ass Zulu Having rescued "Sir" (Albert Finney, the lead actor and manager of a WWII English Shakespearean theater company) from a senile episode, Norman (Tom Courtenay, title character) prepares him and supporting actors (Michael Gough, Lockwood West) for their performance, in Peter Yates' The Dresser, 1983.
Private Potter (1962) -- (Movie Clip) It's Like Having A Rash! Soldier Tom Courtenay (title character), whose scream amid battle cost the life of a colleague, tries to explain to "The Padre" (Ralph Michael) how he saw God, in Private Potter, 1962.
Private Potter (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Is That A Lawful Excuse? Terrific scenes by Eric Thompson (Emma's dad, as "Captain Knowles"), first with accused Tom Courtenay (title character), then with his C-O (James Maxwell), from Private Potter, 1962, directed by Casper Wrede.
Private Potter (1962) -- (Movie Clip) Who Screamed? British commandos hunting terrorists (presumably in post-war Cyprus), Tom Courtenay (title role) loses his cool, chastised by Corporal Lamb (Harry Landis), the key moment in Private Potter, 1962, from Ronald Harwood's screenplay.