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Anna Massey (films include Peeping Tom and the Alfred Hitchcock thriller Frenzy).

 

Anna Massey was interviewed by Paul Merson in a programme about Alfred Hitchcock's films, shown last night on either BBC3 or BBC4.

 

Was Ian Wright too busy to do it?

 

Lionel Jefferies is a good suggestion as well

 

Thanks for pointing that out. I meant Paul MERTON!

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Cliff Robertson.

 

He's been in countless films. One of his films which I would like to get on DVD but can't, as it's not available on either Region 1 or 2, is Malone, a late 80's action film co-starring Burt Reynolds.

 

EDIT: He can currently be seen in Falcon Crest, playing Dr. Michael Ranson (on channel Zone Romantica).

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Anthony Andrews.

 

He was in Brideshead Revisited but I remember him for his portrayal of Sir Percy Blakely in The Scarlet Pimpernel.

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Would love to see more classic actors. How about a Dr Zhivago reunion with Tom Courtenay and Rita Tushingham? Others mentioned before such as Lionel Jefferies, George Cole would be great!

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This lady would in my opinion be an excellent guest if SM could get her for Autographica (at B'ham), Collectormania Midlands or Collectormania at Milton Keynes:

 

 

Hayley Mills.

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CLIFF ROBERTSON

 

 

I mentioned Cliff Robertson myself a few posts above as well. He'd be a great guest. Has he attended a signing event before?

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I mentioned Cliff Robertson myself a few posts above as well. He'd be a great guest. Has he attended a signing event before?

I dunno but I'd mainly like to meet him for Escape From LA. He was also Uncle Ben in the Spider-Man trilogy so I'm sure he'd be popular.

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Robertson would be fantastic. He is superb as Wing Commander Roy Grant in 633 Squadron. I think he's been suggested several times before.

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Robertson would be fantastic. He is superb as Wing Commander Roy Grant in 633 Squadron. I think he's been suggested several times before.

 

If were going down that road, how about Johnny Briggs who was in 633 Squadron and also played Mike Baldwin in Coronation Street.

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Robertson would be fantastic. He is superb as Wing Commander Roy Grant in 633 Squadron. I think he's been suggested several times before.

 

If were going down that road, how about Johnny Briggs who was in 633 Squadron and also played Mike Baldwin in Coronation Street.

 

Johnny Briggs would be cool.

 

And while we are going down that road, how about Johnny Briggs' dad - Leslie Schofield. For those who don't know, he was in Star Wars.

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Some more guests from The Living Daylights would be great:

 

John Terry (has attended an Autographica before)

Catherine Rabett (played one of Felix Leiter's assistants, Liz).

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Some more guests from The Living Daylights would be great:

Jeroen Krabbe (Gen. Georgi Koskov) - the Dutch actor who was one of Paul Verhoeven's great collaborators.

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Some more guests from The Living Daylights would be great:

Jeroen Krabbe (Gen. Georgi Koskov) - the Dutch actor who was one of Paul Verhoeven's great collaborators.

 

I'd certainly go along with that, Soldaat van Oranje/Soldier of Orange is a top film.

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Some more guests from The Living Daylights would be great:

Jeroen Krabbe (Gen. Georgi Koskov) - the Dutch actor who was one of Paul Verhoeven's great collaborators.

 

Jeroen Krabbe would be a super guest.

 

Other Living Daylights guest suggestions:

 

Maryam d'Abo

John Rhys-Davies

Andreas Wisniewski

Thomas Wheatley

Virginia Hey

& Belle Avery.

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Professor Heinz Wolff ?

 

He gives after dinner speeches and performs various experiments as he goes, I would love to see this.

Anyone else?

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Joseph Wiseman

Rosumund Pike

Gottfried John

Toni White

 

The Living Daylights guests:

 

Odette Benatar

Dianna Casale

Sharon Devlin

Patricia Keefer

Ruddy Rodríguez

Mayte Sanchez

Cela Savannah

Waris Walsh (top row, third from the right)

& Karen Williams.

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