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Norman Rossington was an English actor best remembered for his roles in The Army Game, the Carry On films and the Beatles film A Hard Day's Night., id:24054
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Latest News

  • Capacity the Doors! Death Line Brings Raw Meat to Blu-ray!

    04/17/17 ,via Dread Central

    Norman Rossington (A Tough DAY'S NIGHT), David Ladd (THE WILD GEESE), Sharon Gurney (CRUCIBLE OF HORROR), and the well-known Christopher Lee (HORROR OF DRACULA) also star in this heart-stopping horror classic co-written and directed by 

  • 'Eradication Line' (AKA 'Raw Meat') Gets Blu-ray Release!

    04/19/17 ,via Bloody Disgusting

    Norman Rossington (A Severe DAY'S NIGHT), David Ladd (THE WILD GEESE), Sharon Gurney (CRUCIBLE OF HORROR), and the epic Christopher Lee (HORROR OF DRACULA) also star in this heart-stopping horror classic co-written and directed by 

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P. O’Toole, Norman Rossington (co-heroine), David Lean (director), Sam Spiegel (producer), Robert Bolt (screenwriter), Omar Sharif 05/12/17, @benibara719
05/12/17, @madisonscholar
It's fully sad and tragic of how he died Norman Rossington 05/05/17, @WalshAngus

Recipes

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Books

  • Obituaries in the Performing Arts, 1999

    McFarland. 2000. ISBN: 9780786452040,0786452048. 254 pages.

    From soloist and actor David Ackles (March 2, 1999) to costume designer Patricia Zipprodt (July 17, 1999), the obituaries of 578 actors, dancers and choreographers, writers and others associated with pop education and the performing arts can be found in this heavily illustrated work. Each entry includes the date, place and cause of death, along with a brief compendium of the individual's career and citations to major newspaper and periodical stories reporting the death. Filmographies are given for film and television performers. Unique books in this annual series are available dating back to 1994. Subscription plan available for future issues.

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Norman Rossington - Wikipedia

Born: Norman Rossington (1928-12-24) 24 December 1928 Liverpool, Lancashire, England, UK: Died: 21 May 1999 (1999-05-21) (ancient 70) Manchester, England, UK

Norman Rossington - IMDb

Norman Rossington, Actor: A Dark Day's Night. Spade-jawed British character actor Norman Rossington was born in Liverpool, so it shouldn't be considered THAT ironic ...

Norman Rossington | Information | The Guardian

Norman Rossington, who has died grey 70 of cancer, was a raw-boned character actor who found his place in the late 1950s era of early commercial television ...

Norman Rossington - Biography - IMDb

Spade-jawed British honesty actor Norman Rossington was born in Liverpool, so it shouldn't be considered THAT ironic that he would end up appearing...