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Michael Aldridge

Highest Rated:   97% Chimes at Midnight (1965)
Lowest Rated:   13% Shanghai Surprise (1986)
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On-stage from 1939, when he appeared in the Old Vic production of French Without Tears, Michael Aldridge carved out a niche for himself in light, aristocratic comedy roles. His first film appearance was in the otherwise unremarkable Bank Holiday Luck (1947). Orson Welles aficionados will remember Aldridge's work as the cadaverous Pistol in Chimes at Midnight (1967). As busy on British television as he was elsewhere, Michael Aldridge starred or co-starred in such series as The Man in Room 17 (1965-1966), Love for Lydia (1977), Charlie (1984), Charters and Caldicott (1985), and Last of the Summer Wine (1985-1989); he also appeared as the C.S. Lewis-like professor in the 1988 TV production of Lewis' The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Stanley and the Women
  • Actor
1991
No Score Yet Countdown to War
  • Neville Chamberlain
1989
No Score Yet Clockwise
  • Prior
1986
13% Shanghai Surprise
  • Mr. Burns
1986
No Score Yet Mussolini: The Untold Story
  • Matteotti
1985
90% Turtle Diary
  • Mr. Meager
1985
No Score Yet The Biko Inquest
  • Actor
1984
No Score Yet Bullshot
  • Prof. Rupert Fenton
1983
No Score Yet Love For Lydia
  • Actor
1979
No Score Yet The Public Eye
  • Sir Philip Crouch
1972
97% Chimes at Midnight
  • Pistol
1965
No Score Yet Suicide Mission
  • English Officer
1956

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