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Extractions: Born Derek Van den Bogaerde in Hampstead, England, on March 28th. 1921, he was of Dutch descent. In the late 1930s he joined the army as an officer in Air Photographic Intelligence. His army career took him to many places, including Normandy where he saw action, and was the founding of his belief in euthanasia. After the war, Dirk joined a theatre group from which evolved a few small parts in films, and then a contract with the Rank Organisation. He starred in more than sixty films, shocking everyone in 1961 by starring in "Victim", the story of homosexual blackmail. This (especially for its time) controversial film is credited for gaining public support for the decriminalisation of homosexuality in Britain.
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Extractions: Print Article Email Article Cite Article orig. Derek Niven van den Bogaerde British actor. The son of a Dutch-born art critic, he made his stage debut in 1939 and won a film contract from the Rank studios after World War II. After appearing for a decade mainly in light comedies such as Doctor in the House (1953), he began demonstrating his acting range in serious films such as The Doctor's Dilemma The Servant Darling (1965), and Providence document.writeln(AAMB2); Images and Media: More on "Sir Dirk Bogarde" from the 32 Volume Bogarde, Sir Dirk - British motion picture actor who was one of Great Britain's top box-office leading men in the 1950s, notably in Doctor in the House (1954) and its sequels, but he later excelled in darker, more complex character roles, such as the blackmailed homosexual lawyer in Victim (1961), the sinister manservant in The Servant (1963), and the doomed Gustav von Aschenbach in Death in Venice (1971). Beginning ... var mm = [["Jan.","January"],["Feb.","February"],["Mar.","March"],["Apr.","April"],["May","May"],["June","June"],["July","July"],["Aug.","August"],["Sept.","September"],["Oct.","October"],["Nov.","November"],["Dec.","December"]]; var theUrl = location.protocol + "//" + location.host + location.pathname; var titleFrag = document.title.substring(0,document.title.indexOf(' - Britannica Concise'));
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Extractions: Search TopTenREVIEWS Email to a friend Expand All Close All Genres ddtreemenu.createTree("treemenu1", true) Decade Movie Score # Movies No Reviews Overall Actor Score: Bridge Too Far, A (1977) This WWII film follows the perspectives of American, Polish and British soldiers attempting to capture key bridges behind German lines in a complicated parachute and armoured assault. ...more about Bridge Too Far Victim (1961) A plea for reform of England's anti-sodomy statutes, this film pits Melville Farr (Dirk Bogarde), a married lawyer, against a blackmailer who has photos of Farr and a young gay man (who is being blackmailed and later commits suicide)in Farr's car. ...more about Victim
Extractions: Search over 48,000 terms in the online reference dictionary. Bookmark at del.icio.us Actor and novelist, born in London, UK. He began acting in repertory theatre and made his film debut as an extra in Come On George (1940). During the war, he attained the rank of captain and worked in army photographic intelligence, serving in Europe, India, and the Far East. After war service, he was signed to a long-term contract with Rank Films, spending many years playing small-time crooks, military heroes, and breezy comic leads (notably in the âDoctor in the Houseâ series) until he was voted Britain's top box-office star (1955, 1957). His major films include A Tale of Two Cities Victim The Servant Death in Venice (1971), and Providence (1977). He published several volumes of autobiography, and his novels include A Gentle Occupation (1980) and A Period of Adjustment (1994). He was knighted in 1992. In 1996 he suffered a stroke, but continued to work by means of dictation. End of Article: Sir Dirk Bogarde Biography (originally Derek Niven van den Bogaerde Do not copy, download, transfer, or otherwise replicate the site content in whole or in part.
Extractions: LOVEFiLM writeDart('468x60'); Welcome Guest. Register here or Sign in to your account. Search for Price: RRP: Format: DVD Starring: Director: Languages: English No. of Disks: Region: Region 2 Release Date: 23 July 2007 Availability: Usually despatched within 2-4 weeks. Bogarde made more than sixty films, his name always 'above the title'. The first half of his career, when he was based in the UK, can be traced through the key titles comprised by this box-set. He excelled as the sexualised young thug in The Blue Lamp (1950), before further impressing as a murderer on the run with a young hostage in Charles Crichton's Hunted (1952). In The Sleeping Tiger (1954), his first collaboration with Joseph Losey, he brought a characteristic intensity to the role of another young criminal, who has designs on his psychiatrist's wife. In the title role as The Spanish Gardener (1956) he falls foul of a washed-up diplomat by befriending the latter's over-protected young son.
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