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Robert Urquhart

Highest Rated:   100% Murder at the Gallop (1963)
Lowest Rated:   0% Gator (1976)
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Scottish actor Robert Urquhart appeared in a wide variety of British films. He also appeared frequently on stage, which is where he got his start in 1947. He made his feature film debut in 1952 and went on to work steadily in cinema through the late '80s. He also appeared on television, guest starring in series such as The Avengers, Secret Agent, and Hammer House of Horror. Urquhart was a regular on the series The Pathfinders and The Amazing Mr. Goodall.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Playing Away
  • Godfrey
1988
No Score Yet The Kitchen Toto
  • D.C. McKinnon
1987
No Score Yet Restless Natives
  • Baird
1986
No Score Yet Hitler's SS: Portrait in Evil
  • Albrecht Hoffman
1985
No Score Yet Sharma and Beyond
  • Evan Gorley-Peters
1984
No Score Yet Children of the Full Moon
  • Actor
1984
No Score Yet Tony Palmer's Film About Puccini
  • Doria's Father
1984
No Score Yet P'tang, Yang, Kipperbang. (First Love: P'tang, Yang, Kipperbang)
  • Headmaster
1982
67% The Dogs of War
  • Capt. Lockhart
1980
0% Gator
  • Agent#3
1976
No Score Yet Mosquito Squadron
  • Maj. Kemble
1970
No Score Yet The Looking Glass War
  • Johnson
1969
No Score Yet Kenya: Country of Treasure
  • George Brant
1968
100% Murder at the Gallop
  • George Crossfield
1963
57% Fifty Five Days at Peking
  • Capt. Hanley
1963
No Score Yet The Bulldog Breed
  • Cmdr. Clayton
1960
No Score Yet Dunkirk
  • Pvt. Mike
1958
80% The Curse of Frankenstein
  • Paul
1957
No Score Yet White Huntress
  • Jim Dobson
1957
No Score Yet Yangtse Incident: The Story of H.M.S. Amethyst (Battle Hell)
  • Flight Lt. Fearnley
1957
No Score Yet The Dark Avenger (The Warriors)
  • Sir Philip
1955
80% Knights of the Round Table
  • Sir Gawaine
1954
No Score Yet White Huntress
  • Actor
1954
No Score Yet House of the Arrow
  • Jim Frobisher
1953
No Score Yet You're Only Young Twice
  • Sheltie
1952

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