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Actors Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 108 pictures in our Actors collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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BBC Television Shows - Doctor Who - The Five Doctors

A gathering of previous time lords for the 20th anniversary episode The Five Doctors L-R: Richard Hurndall (who plays the part of the first Doctor replacing William Hartnell who died in 1975), Peter Davidson (The fifth Doctor and seated on robot dog K-9); a waxwork model representing Tom Baker (The fourth Doctor) Jon Pertwee (the Third Doctor) and Patrick Troughton (The Second Doctor.

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Film - "The Ladykillers" - Studio Visit - Judy Verity - Ealing Studios, London

Seventeen-year-old Judy Verity 'Miss Jamaica' meets some tough, but friendly characters, during a visit to Ealing Studios. She watched shooting on the new Michael Balcon comedy-thriller "The Ladykillers", and is pictured chatting with the star Alec Guinness (r), and the gang members (l-r) Herbert Lom, Peter Sellers and Danny Green. Judy, a model from Kingston, Jamaica, won a trip to Britain and a Rank screen test as one of the prizes in the Miss Jamaica competition.

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Television - 'The Army Game' - Gatwick Airport

Pictured at Gatwick Airport are (l-r) Geoffrey Sumner (Major Upshot-Bagley), William Hartnell (Company Sergeant-Major Bullimore), Ted Lune (Private Len Bone), Mario Fabrizi (Lance-Corporal Ernest 'Moosh' Merryweather) and Harry Fowler (Corporal 'Flogger' Hoskins) of Granada Television's 'The Army Game'. They were about to fly off in a charter plane to report in Pontefract to Major William Cook, commanding officer of the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry there, who's troops have been told they should not view the TV show because it 'appears to portray little that bars any relation to the present day Army'. As a result of a telegram which the show's team sent to Pontefract, Major Cook consented to the cast visiting the barracks.

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