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Dirk Bogarde film reviews

Dirk Bogarde

British actor

28 March 1921
in LondonCity of London, EnglandUnited Kingdom

08 May 1999


The Password Is Courage

as Sergant-Major Charles Coward

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1962

Story of British officer that took every chance to escape from the Stalags.


The Servant

as Hugo Barrett

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1963

Tony is a wealthy young man. He employs a butler called Barret, who is ought to help him sort out the chaos that is his life right now. However, Barret does not plan to limit himself to the role of a servant.


King & Country

as Capt. Hargreaves

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1964

British soldier is accused of desertion during the Battle of Passchendaele and put in front of court-martial, but the case isn’t as simple as it seems.


Oh! What a Lovely War

as Stephen

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1969

Film adaptation of popular stage play that showed all the insanity behind World War I by presenting the songs that were popular at that time, the atmosphere among soldiers on the front and their families back home.


A Bridge Too Far

as Lt. General Browning

Welcome Back, Mr. McDonald 1977

Operation Market-Garden, the daring plan of General Montgomery to break into Germany with help of paratroopers goes wrong. Based on real events.

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