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Alan Tilvern



British character actor Alan Tilvern began his long career in small film roles with the appropriately titled The Small Voice (1948) (it's a hostage drama, but you wouldn't know it from the title). In placid anonymity, Tilvern appeared in such internationally financed films as The Black Rose (1950), Captain Horatio Hornblower (1951) and Bhowani Junction (1956). Sometimes he received screen credit (as "A Sergeant" in Woody Allen's Love and Death [1975]); often he did not (as goodness knows what role in Superman: The Movie [1978]). Alan Tilvern's contribution to 1988's Who Framed Roger Rabbit was far from obscure; as cartoon producer R. K. Maroon, it was Tilvern who put the entire plot into motion--and wound up murdered as a result.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
97% Who Framed Roger Rabbit
  • R.K. Maroon
1988
No Score Yet A Time of Destiny
  • Father Tony
1988
90% Little Shop of Horrors
  • "Downtown" Bum
1986
No Score Yet Nineteen Nineteen
  • Sophie's Father
1986
45% Firefox
  • Air Marshal Kutuzov
1982
No Score Yet Meetings with Remarkable Men
  • Actor
1979
No Score Yet Brass Target
  • Frank Ferraro
1978
50% The Lord of the Rings
  • Innkeeper
1978
100% Love and Death
  • Sergeant
1975
No Score Yet The Revolutionary
  • Sid
1970
43% Rasputin, the Mad Monk
  • Patron
1966
100% Khartoum
  • Awaan
1966
No Score Yet The Bespoke Overcoat
  • Actor
1958
No Score Yet Chase a Crooked Shadow
  • Carlos
1958
100% Bhowani Junction
  • Ted Dunphy
1956
No Score Yet Triple Deception
  • Brandelli
1956
80% Knights of the Round Table
  • Steward
1954

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