Alan Badel

Highest Rated:
100% This Sporting Life (1963)
Lowest Rated:
40% Nijinsky (1980)
Birthday:
Sep 11
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
British stage and screen actor Alan Badel flourished from his debut in the early 1940s to the late 1970s. He made both his English and American film bows in 1953, with Britain's The Stranger Left No Card and Hollywood's Salome (as John the Baptist). One film historian has commented that the…

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
40% Nijinsky
  • Baron de Gunzburg
-- 1980
80% Shogun
  • Father Dell'Aqua
-- 1980
82% Agatha
  • Lord Brackenbury
-- 1979
The Riddle of the Sands
  • Dollman
-- 1979
The Medusa Touch
  • Barrister
-- 1978
64% Force 10 from Navarone
  • Maj. Petrovitch
-- 1978
Telefon
  • Col. Malchenko
-- 1977
Luther
  • Cardinal Thomas de Vio
-- 1974
90% The Day of the Jackal
  • The Minister
-- 1973
The Adventurers
  • Director
  • Rojo
-- 1970
Otley
  • Sir Alex Hadrian
-- 1968
64% Arabesque
  • Nejim Beshraavi
-- 1966
100% This Sporting Life
  • Weaver
-- 1963
Bitter Harvest
  • Karl Denny
-- 1963
75% Children of the Damned
  • Dr. David Neville
-- 1963
Magic Fire
  • Actor
-- 1956
Three Cases of Murder
  • Mr. X
-- 1955
King Lear
  • Fool
-- 1953
Salome: The Dance of the Seven Veils
  • John the Baptist
-- 1953
Will Any Gentleman?
  • The Great Mendoza
-- 1952

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Quotes from Alan Badel's Characters

    1. The Minister: There is one thing: how did you know whose telephone to tap?
    2. Lebel: I didn't, so I tapped all of them.
    From The Day of the Jackal. Submitted by Robin W (13 months ago)
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