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Episode 202 – A Matter of Life and Death, part 3

During his brain surgery, Peter (David Niven) goes on trial not just for his life, but for his right to love June (Kim Hunter). Part 3 of 3.

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A Matter of Life and Death @ Turner Classic Movies
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One Response to “Episode 202 – A Matter of Life and Death, part 3”

  1. BF Goodwill Says:

    I had never heard of Marius Goring, Conductor 71, before this film. It turns out that, besides A Matter Of Life And Death, Goring acted in three other Powell-Pressburger movies: The Spy In Black (1939), The Red Shoes (1948), and Ill Met By Moonlight (1957). He also appeared in the sometimes silly Pandora And The Flying Dutchman (1951), The (very Hollywood) Barefoot Contessa (1954), the grandiloquent Exodus (1960), and the psychedelic Girl On A Motorcycle (1968). He also played Theodore Maxtible in the Doctor Who story The Evil of the Daleks (BBC, 1967). Queen Elizabeth II appointed him Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 1991. Intriguingly, Goring’s voice provides the narration of the sound and light show performed regularly in the evening at the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey.

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