Rogue Male (September 16, 1977)

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Peter O'Toole in Rogue Male
 

Released on September 16, 1977: Sir Robert Hunter is captured while trying to kill Hitler but escapes back to England despite being tortured and left for dead, then discovers that he is a wanted man in England and is hunted by both the Nazi's and the British.

Produced by Mark Shivas

Directed by Clive Donner

The Actors: Peter O'Toole (Sir Robert Hunter), John Standing (Major Quive-Smith), Alastair Sim (the Earl), Harold Pinter (Saul Abrahams), Michael Byrne (interrogator), Mark McManus (Vaner), Ray Smith (Fisherman), Hugh Manning (Peale), Robert Lang (Jessel), Cyd Hayman (Rebecca), Ian East (Muller), Philip Jackson (first seaman), Nicholas Ball (second seaman), Maureen Lipman (Freda), Ray Mort (Gerald), Michael Sheard (Adolf Hitler), Shirley Dynevor (Eva Braun), Ivor Roberts (Mr. Drake), Julia Chambers (daughter), Jean Rimmer (postmistress), George Selway (Ship Captain), Declan Mulholland (shop's cook), Dennis Chinnery (tube traveller), Denys Hawthorne (assassin), Richardson Morgan (ticket collector), Ron Pember (ticket collector), Trevor Ray (golf clubber), John Ringham (German policeman), David Webb (Pork Pie), Henry Woolf (ticket seller)

 

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Noblesse does not always Oblige

It is 1939, and while Adolph Hitler is in charge in Germany, but England and the rest of the world is not at war yet. Sir Robert Hunter, played by the legendary British actor Peter O'Toole, has a personal grudge against Hitler tied somehow to Rebecca, a woman that he loved, so he has made his way to Germany and is about to shoot Hitler. A moment before he pulls the trigger he is discovered by Nazi soldiers and is tortured at the hands of his captors and then tossed over a high cliff to die. Miraculously he does not die, and with a bit of cunning and deception is able to make his way out of Germany and back to his beloved England. This journey is exciting enough and the nail-biting tension is so great that this alone would make a very fine adventure, but when Sir Robert finally reaches his beloved England his horror is just about to begin. He spots a man outside his home watching and waiting, so instead of going home he goes to the club to have a chat with his uncle the Earl, played by also legendary British actor Alastair Sim. His uncle tells him that England and Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain believe that they can make friends of the Nazis and avoid war, so no one in England will look kindly on anyone who tried to kill a neighboring head of state. When Sir Richard asks uncle what he should do or where he should go, the Earl advises him that the only place he can hide is in Hell . . . . and so Sir Robert discovers that he is in more danger at home in England than he was in the middle of Nazi Germany. He is a man on the run, with every British citizen believing that he is a dangerous assassin . . . he cannot leave the country unnoticed, and has nowhere to go . . . nowhere to hide. Sir Robert muses that a male elephant separated from his herd is called a Rogue Male . . . a renegade, . . . and only the Almighty can help a rogue male . . . but will the Almighty help him? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn and drizzle plenty of warm melted butter over it and enjoy the show.

Alastair Sim
Alastair Sim
Cyd Hayman
Cyd Hayman
Cyd Hayman kisses Peter O'Toole
Cyd Hayman kisses Peter O'Toole
Cyd Hayman and Peter O'Toole
Cyd Hayman and Peter O'Toole
Cyd Hayman
Cyd Hayman
Harold Pinter and Peter O'Toole
Harold Pinter and Peter O'Toole
Harold Pinter and Peter O'Toole
Harold Pinter and Peter O'Toole
Harold Pinter
Harold Pinter
Hugh Manning
Hugh Manning
Jean Rimmer
Jean Rimmer
John Standing and Julia Chambers
John Standing and Julia Chambers
John Standing
John Standing
John Standing on the train
John Standing on the train
Julia Chambers
Julia Chambers
Mark McManus and Peter O'Toole
Mark McManus and Peter O'Toole
Maureen Lipman and Ray Mort
Maureen Lipman and Ray Mort
Michael Byrne and Peter O'Toole
Michael Byrne and Peter O'Toole
Michael Byrne
Michael Byrne
Michael Sheard as Hitler
Michael Sheard as Hitler
Peter O'Toole and Cyd Hayman
Peter O'Toole and Cyd Hayman
Peter O'Toole and Ray Smith
Peter O'Toole and Ray Smith
Peter O'Toole as Sir Robert Hunter
Peter O'Toole as Sir Robert Hunter
Peter O'Toole
Peter O'Toole
Peter O'Toole in his lawyer's office
Peter O'Toole in his lawyer's office
Ray Smith
Ray Smith
Robert Lang and Peter O'Toole
Robert Lang and Peter O'Toole