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Frank Finlay - Rest in Peace

We meant to post this earlier this week but time just got away from us. But we hope to make up for it now. While Frank Finlay might have been known for his stage work, as well as plenty of TV work for the BBC, he did appear in enough horror titles that is worth noting. 187 more words

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Frank Finlay R.I.P.

Frank Finlay was never a star, but he was one damn fine supporting actor. The highbrow set would know him as Olivier’s Iago in the 1965 film of “Othello.” Most casual moviegoers might remember him as the delightfully dim Porthos in Richard Lester’s Musketeers films. 522 more words



This weekend we lost wonderful British character actor Frank Finlay. Most known to horror fans from Tobe Hooper’s Lifeforce 113 more words

January's a greedy bastard

This post will go out as timed in the early hours of February 1st but here in Greenwich Mean Time it’s still nine minutes short of the end of January and this cruel month is still dragging them in inexorably. 70 more words


10 Reasons to Remember Frank Finlay (1926-2016)

Frank Finlay (6 August 1926 – 30 January 2016)

Depending on the level of your exposure to his work, Frank Finlay will be best known to you either for his Oscar-nominated role as Iago in Laurence Olivier’s… 251 more words


Oscar nominated British actor Frank Finlay dead

The Oscar-nominated British actor Frank Finlay died on 30 January at the age of 89.

Starring in the Three Musketeer films of the 1970s alongside actors like Oliver Reed, Richard Chamberlain and Michael York, Finlay quickly became known as a talented actor from the start of his career. 43 more words

Sitting Target (1972) Oliver Reed Fest Day 2

This so so gangland flick gives us something of a “what if.” To see Oliver Reed as a modern gangster in seventies London is a perfect bit of casting. 629 more words

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