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Michael Elphick


Helen Mirren at the BBCHelen Mirren at the BBC (1974-1982)
Dir. Anthony Page, Claude Whatham, Stuart Burge
Feat. Helen Mirren, Sir Stanley Baker, Brian Cox
Boxed set featuring nine BBC films starring one of the Grand Dames of the British stage and screen, Helen Mirren. Disc 1: 'The Changeling' (1974)…
QuadropheniaQuadrophenia (1979) Aro Favourite
Dir. Franc Roddam
Feat. Phil Daniels, Michael Elphick, Ray Winstone
Brilliant portrait of alienated youth, inspired by The Who's concept album, focuses on a young Mod's personal crises and his gang's violent agenda…
Blue Remembered HillsBlue Remembered Hills (1979) Recommended
Dir. Brian Gibson
Feat. Colin Welland, Michael Elphick, Robin Ellis
Acutely observed teleplay from the genius of Dennis Potter: viewed through the prism of adolescence, Potter crafts a dark, elegiac, if always…
Knowledge, TheKnowledge, The (1981) Recommended
Dir. Bob Brooks
Feat. Michael Elphick, Nigel Hawthorne, Jonathan Lynn
Well–regarded TV drama that follows the trials of three aspiring London taxi–drivers to learn the 'knowledge' necessary to…
Private Schulz Private Schulz (1981)
Feat. Michael Elphick, Ian Richardson, Billie Whitelaw
Gleefully macabre farce focuses on the scheming titular character who convinces the Nazis to mass counterfeit millions of five pound notes in a bid…
Gorky ParkGorky Park (1983) Recommended
Dir. Michael Apted
Feat. William Hurt, Lee Marvin, Brian Dennehy
William Hurt plays a brooding Russian detective investigating horrific murders in Moscow. Meaty, convincing thriller.
Element of Crime, TheElement of Crime, The (1984)
Dir. Lars Von Trier
Feat. Michael Elphick
A detective’s unconventional methods qualify him for the investigation of child murders in a dark, decaying, post–apocalyptic Germany.…
Much Ado About NothingMuch Ado About Nothing (1984)
Dir. Stuart Burge
Feat. Cherie Lunghi, Robert Lindsay, Michael Elphick
Part of the BBC's excellent series of Shakespeare productions, filmed in a 'theatrical' TV environment utilising the best of English acting talent.
BBC Shakespeare Collection: Series 7BBC Shakespeare Collection: Series 7 (Much Ado About Nothing, Love's Labour's Lost, Pericles: Prince of Tyre, Titus Adronicus) (1984-1985)
Dir. Stuart Burge, Elijah Moshinsky, David Giles
Feat. Robert Lindsay, Cherie Lunghi, Leonard Rossiter
Disc 1: "The Life and Death of King John" (157 Minutes) Directed by David Giles. Starring Leonard Rossiter as King John. Disc 2: "Pericles, Prince…
Supergrass, TheSupergrass, The (1985)
Dir. Peter Richardson
Feat. Adrian Edmondson, Robbie Coltrane, Jennifer Saunders
A clever, understated comedy from the Comic Strip team with Adrian Edmondson as an ordinary bloke mistaken for a major–league drug dealer.

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