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Edwardian Woodward

Edwardian Woodward

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His ability as tenor let him record twelve albums of romantic songs, as well as three albums of poetry and fourteen books to tape.

Regardless of country of origin all tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description. We always try, to the best of our ability to honestly and clearly communicate an items condition, both in our description and photography, highlighting anything over and above what we perceive as ‘general age related wear and tear'. Edward Woodward, left, as the uptight police officer Howie with Christopher Lee as Lord Summerisle in The Wicker Man, 1973.He also guest-starred with his son Tim and grandson Sam as a London gangster family in a special storyline for The Bill in 2008. Condition - This item is in Excellent condition or better (unless it says otherwise in the above description). He also appeared in the 1982 film Who Dares Wins, also known as The Final Option [ citation needed] on the film's release history. He took the title role as a court-martialled lieutenant in the Boer war film Breaker Morant (1980), directed by Bruce Beresford, and starred in the 1982 SAS thriller Who Dares Wins, a big UK hit. His Flamineo in Frank Dunlop's 1971 production of The White Devil was well received, but he wanted to be a star.

With this in mind, minor blemishes, surface scratches, manufacturing flaws and a general sense of their age and history are naturally to be expected.

Keen on acting since winning a talent competition at the age of five, he joined the repertory company at the Castle Theatre, Farnham, as assistant stage manager and made his professional début in A Kiss for Cinderella (1946). His vocal ability and acting skill enabled him to make a number of appearances when time allowed on the BBC's Edwardian era music hall programme, The Good Old Days. Edward Woodward would continue the theme of spycraft in the shadows in his 1980s show “The Equalizer” where he helped people the authorities couldn’t.

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