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Stanley Baker

British / Welsh actor

Born
28 February 1928
in FerndaleRhondda Cynon Taf, WalesUnited Kingdom

Died
28 June 1976

Sir William Stanley Baker (born 28 February 1928 in Ferndale, died 28 Juny 1976 - British actor and film producer. The most famous role created in the film The Guns of Navarone, where he played a private Brown. Other film roles Zulu, Accident, Hell Drivers. In 1976 he was knighted. He was awarded the freedom of Ferndale, and in a ceremony which he attended in 1970, the local council placed a plaque on the house where he was born.


1956

A Hill in Korea

as Cpl. Ryker

Sexmission 1956

Small unit of British soldiers is surrounded on the hilltop during the Korean War. Trapped by Chinese forces they have no other option than fight to the last.

1956

Alexander the Great

as Attalus

Sexmission 1956

Story of Alexander the Great and his campaing to Asia - from the first battle to the ruling of almost whole world known to anscient geography.

1959

Yesterday’s Enemy

as Captain Langford

Sexmission 1959

British captain has to make a difficult decision when his unit is lost in the middle of Burma jungle.

1961

The Guns of Navarone

as Brown

Sexmission 1961

Group of commandos take up difficult mission to silence the German guns on small Greek island.

1964

Zulu

as Lieutenant John Chard

Sexmission 1964

British soldiers in the secluded outpost in the middle of Africa have to face the army of Zulus.




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