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Actor, David Hemmings, was born David Leslie Edward Hemmings on Nov 18, 1941 in Guildford, England. Hemmings died at the age of 62 on Dec 3, 2003 in Bucharest, Romania .

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Warner Archive: as Alfred the Great (1969)

By KC on Sep 14, 2016 From Classic Movies

Making its Warner Archive DVD debut, Alfred the Great isn't an unheralded classic, though it has some fascinating elements. Starring in the title role and Michael York as Guthram, a brutal Viking with a Prince Valiant bob, it's a visually striking epic with inventive battle scenes, an... Read full article


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David Hemmings Quotes:

Barbarella: I suppose you realize you saved my life.
Dildano: A life without cause is a life without effect.


The Blonde: Couldn't you give us just a couple of minutes?
Thomas: Couple of minutes? I haven't even got a couple of minutes to have my appendix out.


Thomas: Someone's been killed. I want you to see the corpse.


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David Hemmings Facts
An exhibited painter by the age of 15.

Started his career as a boy-soprano of some note. Benjamin Britten composed some of his most important child parts for him, i.a. Miles in "The Turn of the Screw". He was renowned for his mature and intelligent vocal interpretations of these parts and many have never been bettered since.

Ex-fiancé of Jane Merrow.

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