Tag Archives: Robert Morley
The Old Dark House (1963) William Castle, Tom Poston, Robert Morley, Janette Scott, Comedy, Horror, Mystery
Monsieur Feydeau has writer’s block, and he needs a new play. But he takes an opportunity to observe the upper class of 1900 Paris – Monsieur Boniface with a domineering wife, and the next-door neglectful husband Henri with a beautiful but ignored wife Marcelle.
Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? (1978) Ted Kotcheff, George Segal, Jacqueline Bisset, Robert Morley, Comedy, Mystery, Crime
Major Barbara (1941) Gabriel Pascal, Harold French, Wendy Hiller, Rex Harrison, Robert Morley, Comedy
The Battle of the Sexes (1960) Charles Crichton, Peter Sellers, Robert Morley, Constance Cummings, Comedy
Man-eating businesswoman, Angela Barrows is sent by her US company to Edinburgh to investigate export opportunities. She meets businessman Robert MacPherson en route and he persuades her to help bring his company into the 20th century. The staff, lead by Mr. Martin, have other ideas and a battle between the old and new business methods breaks out.
The Alphabet Murders (1965) Frank Tashlin, Tony Randall, Robert Morley, Anita Ekberg, Crime, Mystery, Comedy
The Belgian detective Hercule Poirot investigates a series of murders in London in which the victims are killed according to their initials. The first victim is A.A. the second B.B. and so on. Poirot is assisted in his investigations by Captain Hastings and Inspector Japp.
Who is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe (1978) Ted Kotcheff, George Segal, Jacqueline Bisset, Robert Morley, Comedy, Mystery, Crime
Mystery abounds when it is discovered that, one by one, the greatest Chefs in Europe are being killed. The intriguing part of the murders is that each chef is killed in the same manner that their own special dish is prepared in. Food critics and the (many) self-proclaimed greatest Chefs in Europe demand the mystery be solved.
Quentin Durward (1955) Richard Thorpe, Robert Taylor, Kay Kendall, Robert Morley, Action, Adventure, History
In 1465 Quentin Durwood travels to France to meet Isabelle, Countess of Marcroy, on behalf of his elderly Scottish uncle whom, for political reasons, the Duke of Burgundy intends she marry. A man of honour who may have sworn too many oaths, Durward finds he and Isabelle being used as pawns in a deadly game by the Duke and devious King Louis XI. One look at Isabelle has convinced Durward this is where he and his heart have to be.