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Caroline Munro

  • Jan 16, 1949 (age 70)
  • 5' 7" (1.70 m)
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2019
House of the Gorgon
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MovieJan 25, 2019

House of the Gorgon

A young woman must save herself and her family when her …
A young woman must save herself and her family when her fiancé unleashes an ancient horror.
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2018
End User
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MovieNov 24, 2018

End User

As technology becomes more and more a part of day-to-day …
As technology becomes more and more a part of day-to-day life, a mother and daughter learn a hard lesson about what happens when they allow their phones to track their whereabouts, as well as the sinister nature of tailored adverts.
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2017
Frankula
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MovieFeb 16, 2017

Frankula

It is almost half a century ago since Mummy's little soldier, …
It is almost half a century ago since Mummy's little soldier, Frankie Abbott (David Barry), was at Fenn Street School and he is now in a home, being looked after by his carer Agnes (Emma ...
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1990
George Dugdale
Marriage1990

George Dugdale

George Dugdale is a film director and a screenwriter.
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1974
Judd Hamilton
Marriage1974

Judd Hamilton

Judd Douglas Hamilton grew up in the Pacific Northwest, …
Judd Douglas Hamilton grew up in the Pacific Northwest, graduated from Eastmont High in East Wenatchee, WA., and attended Wenatchee Valley College before heading to Hollywood, Calif. in the Spring of 1961. During his early years in LA Judd worked as a studio musician, nightclub entertainer and record producer. During this time he had the good fortune to know and work with some of the great 60's music artists including The Ventures, The Beach Boys, Crazy Horse (Neil Young's band), Leon Russell, David Gates (Bread), Pat and Lolly Vegas (Redbone), and Darrel Dragon (Captain and Tenielle). In the Fall of 1965 Liberty Records asked Judd to form a touring band called The T-Bones to promote a session musician (The Wrecking Crew) recorded instrumental, "No Matter What Shape'. He asked his brother Dan to play lead guitar in a line up that eventually included Joe Frank Carollo on bass, Tommy Reynolds on keyboards and Gene Pello on drums. Not really expecting much to come of this studio inspired gig, to the Hamilton Brothers' amazement this TV jingle inspired single reached No. 3 in Billboard's Top 100 in March of 1966. The T-Bones' third album, 'Everyone's Gone to the Moon', included the vocal/harmony sound they had polished on the road. While their 1967 Autumn tour of Japan marked the end of The T-Bones, the vocal harmony sound they had created on the road went on (with brother Dan on lead vocals) to have more hit singles as Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds, including 'Don't Pull Your Love' in 1971 and 'Fallin' in Love Again' in 1975. In the meantime, in the summer of 1968 director Richard Quine had asked Judd to co-star alongside Richard Widmark, Cesar Romero, Topol and Caroline Munro in a film called "A Talent For Loving". That unexpected turn of event's sent his showbiz career spinning in a new direction. By the time the H, JF & R heyday began in 1970 Judd had moved to London, England to pursue a solo recording career with United Artists Records while also doing a few more film and television projects in France, Italy, and eventually back in the U.S. Judd's acting, writing, production credits include "A Talent For Loving", "Starcrash", executive producing the indie film "Maniac", writing and producing the 7th Annual Sci-Fi Awards television special, and writing, producing and co-starring in "The Last Horror Film". More recently Judd's creative efforts shifted to inventing and globally patenting a unique radiation shielding concrete/coating material called X-Rok. X-Rok has been extensively tested at Idaho National Labs with the purpose of repairing the Hanford, Chernobyl, Fukushima nuclear radiation disasters, securing leaking radiated waste sites, replacing the carcinogenic lead in x-ray facilities, and protecting data centers. Judd currently serves as the Chairman of Co-Operations, Inc., the Ceramic Cement Corporation, and the founder of E.F.F.O.R.T.S, a non-profit research organization.
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1949
Caroline Munro
Birth1949

Caroline Munro

Caroline Munro was born.
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