The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner, Tom Courtenay, 1962 ...

The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner, Tom Courtenay, 1962

The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner, Tom Courtenay, 1962 ...

Tom Courtenay - Pasha Antipov - 'Strelnikov' - Dr Zhivago / David Lean

Tom Courtenay - Pasha Antipov - 'Strelnikov' - Dr Zhivago / David Lean

'45 Years' Movie Review by Kenneth Turan 02:04 — Kenneth Turan reviews '45 years' Directed by Andrew Haigh, and starring Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay. '45 Years' Movie Review by Kenneth Turan 02:04 — Kenneth Turan reviews '45 years' Directed by Andrew Haigh, and starring Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay.

'45 Years' Movie Review by Kenneth Turan 02:04 — Kenneth Turan reviews '45 years' Directed by Andrew Haigh, and starring Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay. '45 Years' Movie Review by Kenneth Turan 02:04 — Kenneth Turan reviews '45 years' Directed by Andrew Haigh, and starring Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay.

During World War II, a troupe of touring actors stage a production of Shakespeare's King Lear. With the lead actor missing, Norman must rally to keep the show alive.  Having rescued lead actor and manager Sir (Albert Finney) from a senile episode, Norman (Tom Courtenay) prepares him and supporting actors (Michael Go (more…) (Movie Clip) Stop That Train! Norman (Tom Courtenay) leads the way as the aging Shakespearean company directed by Sir (Albert Finney) attempts a wartime change of trains…

During World War II, a troupe of touring actors stage a production of Shakespeare's King Lear. With the lead actor missing, Norman must rally to keep the show alive. Having rescued lead actor and manager Sir (Albert Finney) from a senile episode, Norman (Tom Courtenay) prepares him and supporting actors (Michael Go (more…) (Movie Clip) Stop That Train! Norman (Tom Courtenay) leads the way as the aging Shakespearean company directed by Sir (Albert Finney) attempts a wartime change of trains…

The Dresser. 1983,dir Peter Yates.The head of a Shakespearean acting troupe touring England during WWII, "Sir" (Finney) is a senile boozer, looked after by his gay dresser, Norman (Tom Courtenay). In episodic fashion, film reveals Norman's devotion to Sir & complexities of relationship btw the 2 men of theater. ..adaptation of play reveals staginess, but film saved by dynamic direction, feel of authenticity, & stars' almost hammy performances. Eileen Atkins steals film, as a pathetic stage…

Bullitt Director Peter Yates Dies at 82

The Dresser. 1983,dir Peter Yates.The head of a Shakespearean acting troupe touring England during WWII, "Sir" (Finney) is a senile boozer, looked after by his gay dresser, Norman (Tom Courtenay). In episodic fashion, film reveals Norman's devotion to Sir & complexities of relationship btw the 2 men of theater. ..adaptation of play reveals staginess, but film saved by dynamic direction, feel of authenticity, & stars' almost hammy performances. Eileen Atkins steals film, as a pathetic stage…

Sixties | The Day the Fish Came Out, starring Tom Courtenay, Sam Wanamaker, Colin Blakely, Candice Bergen and Ian Ogilvy, 1967

Sixties | The Day the Fish Came Out, starring Tom Courtenay, Sam Wanamaker, Colin Blakely, Candice Bergen and Ian Ogilvy, 1967

Hear This: Yo La Tengo’s “Tom Courtenay” pays homage to ‘60s British movie stars  In     Hear This    ,  The   A.V. Club  writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week: In honor of the Oscars, songs named after celebrities.   Yo La Tengo, “Tom Courtenay” (1995)         At no point during Yo La Tengo’s 1995 single “Tom Courtenay” does the band sing or say the actor’s name. Currently appearing in the excellent British drama  45 Years  alongside Oscar nominee Charlotte Ram..

Yo La Tengo’s “Tom Courtenay” pays homage to ‘60s British movie stars

Hear This: Yo La Tengo’s “Tom Courtenay” pays homage to ‘60s British movie stars In Hear This , The A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This week: In honor of the Oscars, songs named after celebrities. Yo La Tengo, “Tom Courtenay” (1995) At no point during Yo La Tengo’s 1995 single “Tom Courtenay” does the band sing or say the actor’s name. Currently appearing in the excellent British drama 45 Years alongside Oscar nominee Charlotte Ram..

Tom Courtenay in Billy Liar (1963) co-starring JULIE CHRISTIE. Directed by John Schlesinger.

Tom Courtenay in Billy Liar (1963) co-starring JULIE CHRISTIE. Directed by John Schlesinger.

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