Aubrey Richards

Aubrey Richards was born on June 6, 1920 in Swansea, Wales as John Aubrey Richards. He was an actor, known for Endless Night (1972), Doctor Who (1963) and Under Milk Wood (1971). He was married to Diana Boddington. He died on May 29, 2000 in Chipping Barnet, Hertfordshire, England.

It! (1966)

After a warehouse fire, museum director Groof and assistant Pimm find everything destroyed, only one statue withstood the fire mysteriously undamaged. Suddenly Groof is lying dead on the ground, killed by the statue? Pimm finds out that the cursed statue has been ...  (more)

DIRECTION:  Herbert J. Leder
CAST:  Roddy McDowall  •  Jill Haworth  •  Paul Maxwell  •  Aubrey Richards

Under Milk Wood (1972)

The delightful if peculiar story of a day in the life of a small, Welsh fishing village called "Llareggub" in which we meet a host of curious characters (and ghosts) through the 'eyes' of Blind Captain Cat.  (more)

DIRECTION:  Andrew Sinclair
CAST:  Richard Burton  •  Elizabeth Taylor  •  Peter O'Toole  •  Glynis Johns

Endless Night (1972)

Shiftless dreamer Michael Rogers fantasizes about a lifestyle above his means and marries a wealthy, young girl who just came of age. They hire a famous architect to build their dream home amidst a series of suspicious incidents. The spouse has dark intentions ...  (more)

DIRECTION:  Sidney Gilliat
CAST:  Hywel Bennett  •  Britt Ekland  •  George Sanders  •  Hayley Mills

Time Without Pity (1957)

Alec Graham is sentenced to death for the murder of his girlfriend Agnes, with whom he spent a weekend at the English country home of the parents of his friend Brian Stanford. Alec's father, David Graham, a not-so-successful writer and alcoholic who has neglected ...  (more)

DIRECTION:  Joseph Losey
CAST:  Michael Redgrave  •  Ann Todd  •  Leo McKern  •  Paul Daneman

Savage Messiah (1972)

The film fictionalizes the real relationship between French sculptor Henri Gaudier and Polish writer Sophie Brzeska, twenty years his senior, who came to Paris, she says, for its “creative atmosphere.”  (more)

DIRECTION:  Ken Russell
CAST:  Helen Mirren  •  Dorothy Tutin  •  Scott Antony  •  Lindsay Kemp

The Ipcress File (1965)

Sly and dry intelligence agent, Harry Palmer is tasked with investigating British Intelligence security, and is soon enmeshed in a world of double-dealing, kidnap and murder when he finds a traitor operating at the heart of the secret service.  (more)

DIRECTION:  Sidney J. Furie
CAST:  Michael Caine  •  Nigel Green  •  Guy Doleman  •  Sue Lloyd

Where the Buffalo Roam (1966)

Poor Willy’s mind has been warped by too many Westerns. He sees gunfighters on every corner, even though he’s in 1960s Swansea. Some think Billy’s simple. His Auntie just thinks he’s creative. But he’s on a dark path as his vivid imaginings grow wilder, and the ...  (more)

DIRECTION:  Gareth Davies
CAST:  Hywel Bennett  •  Megs Jenkins  •  Aubrey Richards  •  Glyn Houston

The Right Prospectus (1970)

A school story with a noticeable difference - the adults regress to children.  (more)

DIRECTION:  Alan Cooke
CAST:  George Cole  •  Elvi Hale  •  Allan Warren  •  John Horsley

The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970)

Executive Harold Pelham suffers a serious accident after which he faces the shadow of death. When, against all odds, he miraculously recovers, he discovers that his life does not belong to him anymore.  (more)

DIRECTION:  Basil Dearden
CAST:  Roger Moore  •  Anton Rodgers  •  Olga Georges-Picot  •  Freddie Jones

Doctor Who: The Tomb of the Cybermen (1967)

Aided by his two assistants Jamie and Victoria, the Doctor lands the TARDIS on Telos, last resting place of the infamous Cybermen. There he discovers a band of archaelogists on a secret expedition to unearth the reason for his old enemies' extinction. In the ...  (more)

DIRECTION:  Morris Barry
CAST:  Patrick Troughton  •  Deborah Watling  •  Frazer Hines  •  Shirley Cooklin