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Official account representing the family estate of Kenneth More CBE. Honouring & protecting the legacy of a British icon. Founded by
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Kenneth More Official Aug 16
Hello! Can you send us a picture of the King Charles I painting we can reuse on the website? Thanks.
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The Cinema Museum Aug 13
Reaching for the Sky: A Special Evening Remembering Actor Kenneth More CBE — Thu 12 Sep 2019 @ 7:00pm
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Kenneth More Official Aug 13
NEWS: Sept 12th: A special evening remembering Kenneth More at the in London with and . Celebrating the month of Kenny’s Birthday at :
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Kenneth More Official Aug 13
NEWS: Sept 12th: A special evening remembering Kenneth More at the in London with and . Celebrating the month of Kenny’s Birthday at :
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Karen Brace Aug 8
Currently spending my evenings binge watching this classic series from 1967. An absolute masterclass in acting and stars the gorgeous It broke boundaries by confronting rape within marraige. At a whopping 26 episodes it was one of the BBC's longest running series.
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Talking Pictures TV Aug 6
Today 09:55 PROFILE (1954) 12:10 IT'S GREAT TO BE YOUNG (1956) 14:35 LOST HORIZON (1973) 17:25 THE STABLE DOOR (1966) Premiere 18:00 GET SOME IN (1978) Premiere 18:30 THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON (1957) 20:30 PUBLIC EYE (1975) 21:30 WHITE WATER SUMMER (1987)
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Talking Pictures TV Jul 21
22:00 THE COMEDY MAN (1964) drama Charles has spent his life aiming for success, but never quite got there and tries one last time in London.
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CLASSIC MOVIES DAILY Jul 21
On 10am FATHOM (*3.5) 1230pm SUMMERTIME (*4) 225pm KIND HEARTS & CORONETS (See FOTD) 455pm THE END OF THE ROAD (*3) 7pm CROOKS TOUR (*3) 10pm THE COMEDY MAN (*4) 1150pm LAST HOLIDAY (*4) 135am 7 NIGHTS IN JAPAN (*3) 340am I KNOW WHERE YOU’RE GOING (*4)
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Sam Kavanagh Jul 19
I grew up watching films and even now watching him is like wrapping a cashmere blanket around you. He was a true gentleman and a very fine actor 💝
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Elton Maryon Jul 19
On the wonderful 10pm 21/7 the great in ‘The Comedy Man’ - a struggling rep actor dreaming of the big break - with a super cast including directed by Alvin Rakoff
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Kentish Photography Jul 19
A superb film, mixing humour with tragedy. One of Kenneth's best films. I never tire of it. Excellent cast, great script. First class.
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Kenneth More Official Jul 18
The personal photo collection of : we look at the acclaimed film, A Night to Remember, the sinking of the , and a story behind the film’s making. With thanks to . This interview except originally aired as part of
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Sam Kavanagh Jul 18
Such a lovely genuine man . I always watch his films and wish he could give me a cuddle...he makes me feel safe and protected.
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Kenneth More Official Jul 17
A different side to ...Our Founder, Nick Pourgourides, tells how surprised he was to learn how quiet Kenny was at home. With thanks to . This interview originally aired as part of .
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Richard K. Munro Jul 17
wonderful actor; great for serious roles and comedies. One of my favorites.
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DJGOLDEN Jul 17
Just a beachmaster and his bulldog. Move along.
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Kenneth More Official Jul 17
Lovely to hear!
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Maddylovesherclassicfilms Jul 17
Just a tweet to say that Kenneth More makes me so happy. Nobody was as charming and affable as Kenny. I never get tired of watching his films. He brightened every film he ever appeared in. Great actor.
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Kenneth More Official Jul 16
Thanks Matthew!
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Matthew Sweet Jul 16
Okay we’re done. Kenneth More is the spirit of the 50s. Big-brotherly, brave, with a winning streak of insolence. One of the few stars brave enough to stand up to John Davis, the dismal sadist who was his boss at Rank. Angela, Sound of Cinema salutes him and you!
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