William Dix


William Dix made his mark in the world of entertainment when he worked on the dramatic adaptation "The Nanny" (1965) with Bette Davis.

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Doctor Dolittle (1967) -- (Movie Clip) My Friend The Doctor Much at ease carrying the opening scenes in fictional Puddleby, England, 1845, with William Dix as young Tommy, Anthony Newley as Matthew Mugg hops through a tune by his frequent collaborator Leslie Bricusse, also the screenwriter, in the box-office bomb Doctor Dolittle, 1967.
Doctor Dolittle (1967) -- (Movie Clip) Fox Protection Society Introducing the bloviating General Bellowes (Peter Bull) and his prepossessing but stuffy niece Emma (Samantha Eggar), assaulting the title character (Rex Harrison) and friends Matt (Anthony Newley) and Tommy (William Dix), in Doctor Dolittle, 1967, directed by Richard Fleischer.
Doctor Dolittle (1967) -- (Movie Clip) The Vegetarian Rex Harrison as the title character, still doing some exposition, with friends Matt (Anthony Newley) and Tommy (William Dix), offering his first song, composed by Leslie Bricusse, in Doctor Dolittle, 1967, from the children's book series by Hugh Lofting.
Nanny, The (1965) -- (Movie Clip) Mind Of A Child Bill (James Villiers) consults with the doctor (Maurice Denham) at the asylum-like place, where he's come to collect son Joey (William Dix), who's played a trick on Mrs. Griggs (Nora Gordon), "Nanny" (Bette Davis) waiting outside, in The Nanny, 1965.
Nanny, The (1965) -- (Movie Clip) It's The Excitement Young Joey (William Dix) settling in at home, after two years in an institution following the drowning of his younger sister, "Nanny" (Bette Davis) and parents (James Villiers, Wendy Craig) managing, maybe, early in The Nanny, 1965.