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James Cossins



Actor James Cossins was one of the ranks of British character players seemingly put on earth to play fussy, officious roles. Cossins' movie work commenced in the mid '60s and embraced such films as Richard Lester's How I Won the War (1968), Hammer's Lost Continent (1968), the Jack Wild vehicle Melody (1970) and the turgid Richard Burton meller Villain (1971). Seldom permitted more than five to ten minutes a film, James Cossins had his best showing in the 1967 picture The Anniversary. He contrived not to blend into the scenery despite the daunting competition of star Bette Davis, here playing a one-eyed, incestuous monster mama.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Immaculate Conception
  • Godfrey
1992
No Score Yet Grand Larceny
  • Actor
1987
No Score Yet Dombey and Son
  • Actor
1983
88% Gandhi
  • Brigadier
1982
No Score Yet Why Didn't They Ask Evans?
  • Henry Bassington-ffrench
1981
No Score Yet Sphinx
  • Carter
1981
45% The Man with the Golden Gun
  • Colthorpe
1974
No Score Yet Hitler: The Last Ten Days
  • German Officer
1973
No Score Yet A Day Out
  • Shorter
1972
44% Young Winston
  • Barnsby
1972
No Score Yet Blood from the Mummy's Tomb
  • Older Male Nurse
1972
86% Death Line (Raw Meat)
  • Manfred
1972
No Score Yet Fear in the Night (Dynasty of Fear) (Honeymoon of Fear)
  • Doctor
1972
No Score Yet Villain
  • Brown
1971
No Score Yet Melody
  • Headmaster
1971
No Score Yet Say Hello to Yesterday
  • Policeman
1971
No Score Yet The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer
  • Crodder
1970
No Score Yet Wuthering Heights
  • Mr. Linton
1970
No Score Yet Otley
  • Jeffcock
1968
No Score Yet The Lost Continent
  • Chief
1968
No Score Yet A Dandy in Aspic
  • Heston Stevas
1968
No Score Yet The Anniversary
  • Henry Taggart
1968
No Score Yet The Deadly Bees
  • Coroner
1967
50% Privilege
  • Prof. Tatham
1967
54% How I Won the War
  • Drogue
1967
70% Darling
  • Basildon
1965

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