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Geoffrey Keen


HuntedHunted (1952)
Dir. Charles Crichton
Feat. Dirk Bogarde, Kay Walsh, Geoffrey Keen
Brit suspense trailing an orphan on the run from his foster parents wrath after an accident who is kidnapped by a wanted criminal who trys to prevent…
Passage HomePassage Home (1955)
Dir. Roy Ward Baker
Feat. Peter Finch, Anthony Steel, Diane Cilento
Torrid melodrama with the presence of a young woman on board a cargo ship causing tensions amongst the male crew.
Horrors of the Black MuseumHorrors of the Black Museum (1959)
Dir. Arthur Crabtree
Feat. Michael Gough, Shirley Anne Field, Geoffrey Keen
Well–acted Hammer horror about a writer who uses his hypnotised helper to commit a series of inventively gruesome killings.
Sink the BismarckSink the Bismarck (1960)
Dir. Lewis Gilbert
Feat. Kenneth More, Dana Wynter, Laurence Naismith
A no–nonsense depiction of the WW2 hunt by the British navy to destroy the German super–warship Bismarck. Conveying both the allied…
No Love for JohnnieNo Love for Johnnie (1961)
Dir. Ralph Thomas
Feat. Peter Finch, Stanley Holloway, Donald Pleasence
Peter Finch excels as a British MP whose desire for career advancement threatens his personal life.
Born FreeBorn Free (1965)
Dir. James Hill
Feat. Virginia McKenna, Bill Travers, Geoffrey Keen
Famous family film about the real–life adventures of Joy and George Adamson and the lion cub, Elsa. Richly emotional with an enduring theme.

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