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Peter Finch

Thursday, 28th September 1916 - Friday, 14th January 1977
London
England



Eureka Stockade
Humffray
1949
Train of Events
Philip (segment "The Actor")
1949
Wooden Horse
Australian in Hospital
1950
Miniver Story
Polish officer
1950
Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men
Sheriff of Nottingham
1952
Great Gilbert and Sullivan
Richard D'Oyly Carte
1953
Heart of the Matter
Father Rank
1953
Story of Gilbert & Sullivan
Richard D'Oyly Carte
1953
Detective
1954
Elephant Walk
John Wiley
1954
Father Brown
Flambeau
1954
Josephine and Men
David Hewer
1955
Make Me an Offer
Charlie
1955
Dark Avenger
Count Robert De Ville
1955
Town Like Alice
Joe Harman
1956
Simon and Laura
Simon
1956
Battle of the River Plate
Kapitän zur See Hans W. Langsdorff,
Admiral Graf Spee
1956
Robbery Under Arms
Captain Starlight
1957
Shiralee
Jim Macauley
1957
Windom's Way
Alec Windom
1957
Nun's Story
Dr. Fortunati
1959
Operation Amsterdam
Jan Smit
1960
Kidnapped
Alan Breck Stewart
1960
Trials of Oscar Wilde
Oscar Wilde
1960
Sins of Rachel Cade
Colonel Henry Derode
1961
I Thank a Fool
Stephen Dane
1962
In the Cool of the Day
Murray Logan
1963
No Love for Johnnie
Johnnie Byrne
1963
Pumpkin Eater
Jake Armitage
1964
First Men in the Moon
Process Server
1964
Girl with Green Eyes
Eugene Gaillard
1964
Flight Of The Phoenix
Captain Harris
1965
Judith
Aaron Stein
1966
Far From the Madding Crowd
William Boldwood
1967
Legend of Lylah Clare
Lewis Zarken
1969
Red Tent
General Umberto Nobile
1969
Sunday, Bloody Sunday
1971
Something to Hide
Harry
1972
Shattered
1972
England Made Me
Erik Krogh
1972
Lost Horizon
Richard Conway
1973
Bequest to the Nation
Admiral Lord Nelson
1973
Abdication
Cardinal Azzolino
1974
Network
Howard Beale
1976
Raid on Entebbe
Yitzhak Rabin
1977
40,000 Years of Dreaming
A Century of Australian Cinema

Macauley
( The Shiralee / Leslie Norman / 1957 )
1997

Film Night
Film Night Special: John Schlesinger
Himself
06/20/1971
Academy Awards
44th Annual Academy Awards
Himself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Leading Role
04/10/1972
This is Your Life
Tony Britton
Himself
01/26/1977




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