Robert Westerby


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Greyfriars Bobby (1961) -- (Movie Clip) His Monument Stands In Scotland's Capital Opening narration from Walt Disney Pictures, with luxurious shooting in the Lammermuir hills near Edinburgh, where the true underlying story took place, introducing Alex Mackenzie as Jock, Gordon Jackson and Jennifer Nevinson as a farmer and daughter, in Greyfriars Bobby, 1961, starring Donald Crisp.
Greyfriars Bobby (1961) -- (Movie Clip) His Wee Dog Was Here The (canine) title character working for Walt Disney presumably on the Shepperton Studios lot outside London, encounters a constable (Duncan Macrae), the innkeeper Traill (Laurence Naismith) who knows him, then his master Jock (Alex Mackenzie), the newly-unemployed shepherd he’s followed from the country, in Greyfriars Bobby, 1961.
Greyfriars Bobby (1961) -- (Movie Clip) Our Mediator And Redeemer Skirting the funeral of his beloved master, the title character makes his way to what appears to be the real Greyfriars Churchyard, where we meet top-billed Donald Crisp, well into the third reel, in Walt Disney’s Greyfriars Bobby, 1961, shot largely on location in and around Edinburgh, Scotland.
Fire Over Africa (1954) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Stick With My Conscience The opening scenes having established Tangier as a criminal hotbed and herself as the one brazen, intrepid sexy lady spy for the job, Maureen O'Hara deplanes, meeting laid-back Logan (MacDonald Carey) and turning heads in general, in Fire Over Africa, 1954.
Fire Over Africa (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Everything's For Sale Maureen O'Hara's first night out in Tangier as sexy spy Joanna Dane, informing "The Moor" (Antonio Casas) that their handler has been offed, then meeting smuggler DuPont (Leonard Sachs) and saloon keeper Frisco (Binnie Barnes, wife of the producer Mike Frankovich), in Fire Over Africa, 1954.
Golden Mask, The (1954) -- (Movie Clip) Expert On Punic Africa Aware of his reputation as a publicity-seeker and un-serious academic, American Chapman (Van Heflin) introduces himself to British archaeologist Burnet (Eric Portman), planning an expedition to North Africa, early in The Golden Mask, 1954.