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Bradford Dillman RIP

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  • Bradford Dillman RIP

    The Guardian obituary

    https://www.theguardian.com/film/201...llman-obituary

    Nick

  • #2
    The unwanted 2018 is already turning out to be a nightmare. Isn't it traditional for bad things to happen in batches of three? The tragic loss of lovely Brad, fondly remembered for his episodes of the British Thriller and the Leopold & Loeb movie Compulsion, follows Peter Wyngarde and Dorothy Malone in the last few days.

    Hopefully reunited with two beautiful Suzys: wife Suzy Parker and Thriller co-star Suzan Farmer. It's not long since she died. Who next - Dean Stockwell?

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    • #3
      Bradford Dillman starred in the British made WW2 drama Circle of Deception (1960), one of the last films made at Walton on Thames studios before its closure. Also 26 episodes of the TV series Court Martial filmed in the UK

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      • #4
        ^ Well, that is an interesting opinion.

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        • #5
          Would his brother Guy Stockwell not have known, that is unless he was taken over by a leap from Dr Beckett?

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          • #6
            He was also excellent playing a villainous role opposite the late Roger Moore in the mining drama "Gold". RIP Mr Dillman.

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            • #7
              R.I.P.

              A stalwart of 60s/70s TV, both here and in the U.S.
              Finally escaped ... from the planet of the apes.

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