Antony Darnborough


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To Paris With Love (1955) -- (Movie Clip) The Real Poetry Of Paris Opening on location, Les Champs Elysees and environs, Robert Hamer directing, Alec Guinness as Scottish Sir Edgar, Vernon Gray his son Jon on his first trip to the city, both taking an interest in motorcycle passenger Odile Versois, in To Paris With Love, 1955.
To Paris With Love (1955) -- (Movie Clip) All I Have Is Youth Scot Sir Edgar (Alec Guinness) and son Jon (Vernon Gray) out in Paris, the elder more interested in shopgirl Lizette (Odile Versois) and the younger in her employer Mme. Sylvia (Elina Labourdette), the cabbie seen later (Jacques Brunius) the watchful father, in To Paris With Love, 1955.
To Paris With Love (1955) -- (Movie Clip) Who Is That In The Tree? 40-something Sir Edgar (Alec Guinness) is determined to charm younger French Lizette (Odile Versois) with his badminton game, Austin Trevor the host at his French estate, while his son and her boss (Vernon Gray, Elina Labourdette), themselves a couple, arrive and observe, in To Paris With Love, 1955.
So Long At The Fair -- (Movie Clip) Champagne Amid the Paris exhibition of 1889, Vicky (Jean Simmons), incognito for a masquerade ball, and George, (Dirk Bogarde) suggesting a tryst, sneak into a suspect hotel to carry on their investigation of her brother's disappearance, in So Long At The Fair, 1950.
Encore (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Find Something Suitable The first meeting of the two brothers in "The Ant And The Grasshopper," the first of three Somerset Maugham stories comprising the feature Encore, 1951, Nigel Patrick as free spirit Tom and Roland Culver his stiffer brother George, screenplay adapted by T.E.B. Clarke.
Encore (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Le Plonge De La Mort Early in the second of three Somerset Maugham stories, titled "Gigolo and Gigolette," Heather Thatcher and David Hutcheson as Monte Carlo dinner hour thrill seekers, watching the act introduced by Terence Morgan and performed by Glynis Johns, from Encore, 1951.
Trio (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Somerset Maugham The author introducing the first story, from his home in the south of France, producer Sydney Box's follow up to Quartet, 1949, Trio, 1950, beginning with "The Verger," featuring James Hayter, Kathleen Harrison and Michael Hordern, directed by Ken Annakin.
Trio (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Mr. Know-All After the author's introduction, the second of three stories by W. Somerset Maugham, called "Mr. Know-All," with Nigel Patrick the title character, British shipmates Wilfrid Hyde-White, Naunton Wayne and Anne Crawford his victims, in producer Sydney Box's Trio, 1950.
Trio (1950) -- (Movie Clip) What About Jane Austen? Roland Culver plays "Ashenden," the frequent hero of stories by W. Somerset Maugham, in the third story, "Sanatorium," in the 1950 collection Trio, Michael Rennie as new patient and notorious rake Templeton, Jean Simmons as recovering consumptive Evie.
Personal Affair (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Sudden Madness Public school Latin teacher Stephen (Leo Genn) after class, being loosely stalked by student Barbara (Glynis Johns) then meeting American wife Kay (Gene Tierney), early in Personal Affair, 1953.
Personal Affair (1953) -- (Movie Clip) Individual Attention Latin instructor Stephen (Leo Genn) with enthralled student Barbara (Glynis Johns), who is less interested in his American wife Kay (Gene Tierney), in Personal Affair, 1953, from a play and screenplay by Lesley Storm.
So Long At The Fair -- Opening, Johnny Opening credits from So Long At The Fair, 1950, with Jean Simmons and Dirk Bogarde, directed by Antony Darnborough and Terence Fisher, plus the introduction of tourists Vicky (Simmons)and Johnny (David Tomlinson).