Kieron Moore


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League Of Gentlemen, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) The Liquor's Genuine Assembling in London's famous Cafe Royal after getting mysterious invitations promising profits, Bryan Forbes (who wrote the screenplay), Terence Alexander, Richard Attenborough, Roger Livesey, Kieron Moore and Norman Bird begin appraising each other, before Jack Hawkins begins to explain, Nigel Patrick arriving late, in the celebrated heist yarn The League Of Gentlemen, 1960.
League Of Gentlemen, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) You're All Crooks Upon assembly of the band, mastermind Hyde (Jack Hawkins) reveals the military and criminal backgrounds of Roger Livesey, Richard Attenborough, Bryan Forbes (also the screenwriter), Nigel Patrick, Kieron Moore and Terence Alexander, in The League Of Gentlemen, 1960, directed by Basil Dearden.
League Of Gentlemen, The (1960) -- (Movie Clip) People Are Greedy By way of introducing Richard Attenborough, as mechanic-type Lexy, at a shop in Queens’ Gate Place Mews, visited by his (uncredited) dad and a bird, confirmed as part of the scheme by the paperback in his drawer, in director Basil Dearden’s beloved caper The League Of Gentlemen, 1960.
Satellite In The Sky (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Coming Down At Maximum Velocity Conducting an altitude test for the next day’s space launch, Cmdr. Hayden (Kieron Moore) is hardly seen, while Blandford and Ross (Walter Hudd, Donald Gray) handle communications, and skeptical reporter Kim (Lois Maxwell) takes a barb, in the British-made Warner Bros. release Satellite In The Sky, 1956.
Satellite In The Sky (1956) -- (Movie Clip) Beautiful But Evil Nonchalant space pilot Hayden (Kieron Moore) gives reporter Kim Hamilton (Lois Maxwell) an unauthorized peek at the British earth-orbit craft he’s scheduled to launch the next day, and she thinks it’s risky and wasteful, in Satellite In The Sky, 1956.
Satellite In The Sky (1956) -- (Movie Clip) It Shouldn't Be Too Uncomfortable Kieron Moore is the pilot Hayden, Barry Keegan his engineer "Lefty," Jimmy Hanley the navigator "Larry," and Donald Wolfit the less-fit Professor Merrity, who's responsible for the giant bomb the rest of the crew only just found out about, for the big launch in Satellite In The Sky, 1956.
Anna Karenina (1947) -- (Movie Clip) For The Polonaise Kitty (Sally Ann Howes) is stricken as Vronsky (Kieron Moore) forgets his dance card while in the thrall of Anna (Vivien Leigh) at the Meskov's ball in Alexander Korda's Anna Karenina, 1947, from the Tolstoy novel.
Anna Karenina (1947) -- (Movie Clip) What A Kind, Devoted Husband Tormented Anna (Vivien Leigh) departs Moscow, meaning to overlook the attentions of Vronsky (Kieron Moore), also on the train, which is met by her husband Karenin (Ralph Richardson), whereupon she rushes to son Sergei (Patrick Skipwith) in Alexander Korda's Anna Karenina, 1947.
Anna Karenina (1947) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Afraid You Don't Know Me Stiva (Hugh Dempster) meets his sister Anna (Vivien Leigh) and Vronsky (Kieron Moore) meets his mother (Helen Haye), and all witness a fateful train accident in Alexander Korda's 1947 production of Tolstoy's Anna Karenina.
David And Bathsheba (1951) -- (Movie Clip) I Am A Coward War between Israelites and Ammonites, around 1000 b.c.e, already established, we meet King David (Gregory Peck), out with the troops where he ought not be, angering commander Joab (Dennis Hoey) and bonding with Uriah (Kieron Moore), in David And Bathsheba, 1951, co-starring Susan Hayward.
Key, The (1958) -- (Movie Clip) We Never Get Torpedoed Yank captain Ross (William Holden) just arrived, on patrol with friend Chris (Trevor Howard) and mate Kane (Kieron More), on board a British WWII rescue tug boat, early in Carol Reed's The Key, 1958.

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