Character actor, John Mills, was born Lewis Ernest Watts Mills on Feb 22, 1908 in North Elmham, England. Mills died at the age of 97 on Apr 23, 2005 in Denham, England and was laid to rest in St. Mary the Virgin Cemetery in Denham, England.
HONORS and AWARDS:.
John Mills was nominated for one Academy Award, winning for Best Supporting Actor for Ryan's Daughter (as Michael) in 1970.
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On 2002, Mills received the Disney Legends Award for living up to the Disney principals of imagination, skill, discipline, craftsmanship and magic.
A musicalBy Judy on Feb 13, 2015 From Movie Classics
I’ve just reviewed an early musical starring , Car of Dreams , released in 1935, over at my British movies blog. Anyone interested is very welcome to take a look! This is the first in a planned?series about ?films starring this great actor.... Read full article
Scott of the Antarctic (1948) withBy Greg Orypeck on Jun 12, 2014 From Classic Film Freak
Share This!?We knew that poor Oates was walking to his death, but though we tried to dissuade him, we knew it was the act of a brave man and an English gentleman.??We all hope to meet the end with a similar spirit and assuredly the end is not far.???? Robert Falcon Scott If ever there was a more apt... Read full article
, Jane Greer, and Richard Basehart: It's Triple Feature Time at the Cafe!By Rick29 on Aug 29, 2013 From Classic Film & TV Cafe
Jim--haunted by memories of the tragedy. The October Man (1947). A bus accident on a dark, rainy night leaves Jim Ackland () with a skull fracture--and the tragic memory of a friend's young daughter who died while under his care. After spending a year in a hospital, Jim emerges a fragile ... Read full article
"looks like" a young Willie Nelson.By Dawn on Aug 31, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Sir ,(22 February 1908 – 23 April 2005), was an English actor, who made more than 120 films in a career spanning seven decades.Willie Nelson (born April 30, 1933), is a Texan country singer-songwriter, author, poet, actor. He reached his greatest fame during the outlaw country moveme... Read full article
By Dawn on Aug 22, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks
, made his first film, The Midshipmaid (1932), and next went on to play, in one of my favorite films, Colley in the 1939 film version of, Goodbye, Mr Chips. The story begins with Mr. Chipping, a retired schoolteacher of 83, falling asleep and his 58-year career is told in a flashback:When ... Read full article
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Pip: [narrating] I realized that in becoming a gentleman, I had only succeeded in becoming a snob.
William Ashton: Where do you usually sail, Mr Tyler?
Tommy Tyler: Close to the wind.
Spring Tyler: Too close, if you ask me.
Tommy Tyler: Nobody asked you.
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