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Star Wars Actor David (Dave) Prowse Filmography
  This is the Star Wars actor Dave Prowse filmography page, with pictures, video clips and dvd covers of movies TV shows and cameo appearances that he has acted in.
  Press on each title for a link to the plot summary, a thumbnail picture of that role, and links to pictures, videos, or DVD covers for that role also.
 
Casino Royale (1967) - As Frankenstein's Creature
Plot Summary
- This is a James Bond parody, where things are looking bleak for British Intelligence. SMERSH has sabotaged global stability and 11 agents have been lost. After "M" dies, Bond comes out of retirement to pit himself against Le Chiffre (Orson Welles). Bond learns that the real villain is Dr Noah, who is Bond’s nephew, Jimmy (Woody Allen). Jimmy wants to make all women beautiful and kill all men taller than 4 foot 6.
- Frankenstein's Creature shows up in Jimmy's lair for no apparent reason, after Bond and Mata escape. Niven talks to the creature, and it slams it's body into a set of metallic doors that they pry open and go through.


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Boy Meets Girl (1967) (TV Series) - As Boy
Plot Summary
- Boy Meets World is an American television sitcom that chronicles the events and everyday life lessons of Cory Matthews, who grows up from a young boy to a married man. The show aired for seven seasons from 1993 to 2000 on ABC, part of the network's TGIF lineup.
- In "There Was I, Waiting...!"

Hammerhead (1968) - As George
Plot Summary
- Hammerhead (Peter Vaughan) is a dangerous international criminal suspected by British Intelligence of trying to steal NATO defense secrets. In desperation, a young, charming soldier of fortune is called in to match wits and guts in man-to-man combat with Hammerhead. His name is Charles Hood (Vince Edwards) and he operates in London (the wilder parts) and moves on to the Portuguese coast in pursuit of Hammerhead and pursued by pert, kooky London model Sue Trenton (Judy Geeson).

The Wednesday Play (1968) (TV Series) - As Mooney
Plot Summary
- Series of one-off plays made by BBC television which gave breaks a wide range of writers and directors in the late 60s, such as Dennis Potter, Ken Loach, David Mercer, John Hopkins. Famous plays include 'Up the Junction' , 'Cathy Come Home' , 'Stand Up Nigel Barton' , 'Vote, Vote, Vote For Nigel Barton', 'On the Eve of Publication' and 'Son of Man'. The series often addressed controversial issues such as homelessness and abortion.

The Champions (1968) (TV) - As a Weightlifter
Plot Summary
- A British spy show where Craig Stirling, Sharron Macready and Richard Barrett were agents for Nemesis, an international intelligence organization based in Geneva. They crashed into the Himalayas where they were rescued by an unknown civilization. They gained super powers like telepathy, superior strength, and more. They then returned as "Champions of law, order and justice".
- In
"The Invisible Man", Sterling is trying to determine which bank will be the next target for a gang of robbers, and his capture leads him to hear voices from an invisible foe.


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The Beverly Hillbillies (1968) (TV) - As Emlyn
Plot Summary
- Jed Clampett struck oil while hunting. As the song would say "Up through the ground came a bubblin' crude, Oil that is, Black Gold, Texas Tea." Jed then moves his beautiful daughter Elly May, ornery mother-in-law Granny, and half-witted nephew Jethro to Beverly Hills, that is.
- In "Coming Through the Rye"


The Beverly Hillbillies
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Softly Softly (1968) (TV Series) - As Johnny
Plot Summary
- Crime drama series. Spin off from Z Cars. Further cases of detectives Barlow and Watt. The first 69 episodes were in black and white, the next 131 episodes in colour. This show followed the boys in blue as they kept the peace in up in the fictional Wyvern region. Detective Chief Superintendent Barlow (Stratford Johns) and DCI Watt (Frank Windsor) continued their nice and nasty cop routine to good effect. Softly Softly moved its focus to Thamesford Constabulary's CID Task Force. Characters like Constable Snow, the miserable dog handler, and the always cheerful Welshman Sargeant Evans came along too.
- In "For a Rainy Day"

 

The Saint (1969) (TV Series) - As Tony
Plot Summary
- The Saint (Roger Moore) is a modern day Robin Hood of sorts. He steals from rich criminals (gangsters and the like) and keeps the loot for himself. And he usually manages to get the rich criminals put behind bars after he's stolen their goods. Of course, Chief Inspector Claude Eustace Teal regards him as a common thief, regardless of who he steals from, so the Saint must always stay one step ahead of the doggedly persistent Inspector Teal. Fortnately, his wit, charm, and savoir faire make this a fairly easy task, and the series chronicles his various exploits.
- In "The Portrait of Brenda"

 

"Department S (1969) (TV Series) - As Adolfo
Plot Summary
- An elite department within Interpol, Department S inherited those cases which the other member groups had failed to solve. The brains of the group was Jason King, a hedonistic maverick who wrote mystery novels and solved real-life crimes by projecting himself into the shoes of his fictional hero, Mark Caine. American Stewart Sullivan was the fighter and pragmatist of the group and Annabelle Hurt was their scientist and analyst. The head of Department S was Sir Curtis Seretse.
- In "The Treasure of the Costa Del Sol"

 

Crossplot (1969) - As a wedding guest
Plot Summary
- A successful London ad-exec hires a beautiful Hungarian girl to pose for some modeling shots, little realising that she has overheard an assassination plot and is now being hunted by some dangerous killers.


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Codename (1970) (TV Series) - As Bodyguard
Plot Summary
- Codename was a drama series shown on BBC One in the United Kingdom. A retired Cabinet Minister is secretly in charge of an MI17 organisation.
- In "Kingsmate"

 

Callan (1970) (TV) - As Wellington
Plot Summary
- David Callan (Edward Woodward) is the top agent/assassin for the S.I.S. (British counterintelligence), but he is an embittered man who performs his duties "for Queen and country" under duress. He concentrates on the seamy underside of covert operations: assassinations, blackmail and such.
- In "Where Else Could I Go?", the new Hunter cannot decide whether Callan is to return to the Section or not.


Callan
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Hark at Barker (1970) (TV Series) - As Masseur
Plot Summary
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Lord Rustless (Ronnie Barker) is an elderly peer living in his ancestral home, Chrome Hall. His most distinctive features are his white bushy eyebrows, the ever-present cigar and his constant obsession with sex. Other regular characters are Dithers (David Jason), Mildred (Josephine Tewson), Badger (Frank Gatiff) and Cook (Mary Baxter). In addition to their 'regular' roles, Ronnie Barker and David Jason also played a variety of other characters in each episode.
- In "Rustless on Cooking",

 

Ace of Wands (1970) (TV Series) - As Kal
Plot Summary
- A young stage magician known only as Tarot spends his spare time solving mysteries both natural and supernatural, with the aid of his stage assistant Lulli and his stage manager Sam. Also assisting him is Mr. Sweet, an antiquarian bookseller with a remarkable store of scientific knowledge. Each adventure is typically comprised of 3 or 4 30-minute parts.
- In "One and One and One Are Four"

 

The Horror of Frankenstein (1970) - As The Monster
Plot Summary
- The brilliant but misunderstood scientist Frankenstein builds a man made up of a collection of spare body parts. The monster becomes alive but he has mental capabilities much below par. The monster is aggressive and wreaks havoc outside the laboratory.

 

Up Pompeii (1971) - As Fighting Man
Plot Summary
- Frankie Howerd (Lurcio) stars in the big-screen adaptation of the TV series about a slave in ancient Rome. He has come into possession of a scroll detailing an assassination plot on the life of emperor Nero. Lurcio is elected to act as a spy and infiltrate the ring-leader's circle, but Mount Vesuvius decides to erupt instead. This film is in the tradition of the hugely popular Carry On series where a lot of the humor is the characters talking directly to the audience.


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Up the Chastity Belt (1971) - As Sir Grumbell de Grunt
Plot Summary
- The Queen of England gives birth to twins. In order to protect the blood line one is kept and the other hidden in a pig stye. Lurkalot (Frankie Howerd) is the one raised by pigs, and makes a good living selling chastity belts on the side. When his master's castle is lost to Sir Braggart de Bombast, Lurkalot must fight to protect his daughter, eventually travelling to the missions to bring back his master. On the mission he uncovers that his twin is Richard the Lionheart and he is of Royal stock and must bring them both back.


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Carry on Henry (1971) - As The Bearded Torturer
Plot Summary
- Henry VIII (Sid James) has just married Marie of Normandy, and is eager to consummate their marriage. Unfortunately for Henry, she is always eating garlic, and refuses to stop. Deciding to get rid of her in his usual manner, Henry has to find some way of doing it without provoking war with Marie's cousin, the King of France. Henry variously attempts to free himself of Marie and upon discovering Marie's infidelity with de Lodgerley, Henry orders Cromwell to extract a confession from Lodgerley using any means necessary.
- The Bearded Torturer helps Cromwell to try and get a confession from Lodgerley in the torture chamber.


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From a Bird's Eye View (1971) (TV Series) - As 1st Vespucci
Plot Summary
- British Millie and American Maggie were stewardesses for International Airlines. Millie was very sweet, but kind of a twit, and was always getting into trouble, thanks to her penchant for sticking her nose into other peoples' business. Maggie was more level-headed, and was usually pressed into action trying to extricate Millie (and herself) from whatever trouble she had gotten herself into. Mr. Beauchamp was their stuffy English boss, Miss Fosdyke his secretary and Bert was Millie's uncle.

 

A Clockwork Orange (1971) - As Julian
Plot Summary
- The movie takes place in a futuristic city governed by a repressive, totalitarian super-State, where a gang of teenagers go on the rampage every night, beating and raping helpless victims. After one of the boys quells an uprising in the gang, they knock him out and leave him for the police to find. He agrees to try "aversion therapy" to shorten his jail sentence. When he is eventually let out, he hates violence, but the rest of his gang members are still after him.
- Julian is Frank Alexander's bodyguard. He answers the door when Alex de Large (Malcolm McDowell) visits, and is seen carrying Alexander and his wheelchair down the stairs.


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Vampire Circus (1972) - As The Strongman
Plot Summary
- This is another Hammer Film, where a village in Nineteenth Century Europe is at first relieved when a circus breaks through the quarantine to take the local's minds off the plague. But their troubles are only beginning as children begin to disappear and the legacy of a long-ago massacre is brought to light.
- The Strongman is a mute, and part of the circus. He ends up getting his back blown out with a shotgun blast.


Vampire Circus
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Doctor Who (1972) (TV) - As The Minotaur
Plot Summary
- The Doctor travels in a Time/Space machine called the TARDIS, and it looks like a 60's Police Box. He's battled Daleks, Cybermen, a planet of Spiders and historical figures. There have been 10 Doctors, and it ran from 1963 to 1989.
- In "The Time Monster: Part 1" (six part series), Professor Thascales (The Master) conducts time experiments with a machine that transmits matter by breaking it down into light waves.
- The Minotaur guards the true crystal of Kronos at the heart of a maze. Dalios also tells the Doctor that the Minotaur was once his friend. Dalios and the Doctor manages to defeat the Minotaur but not before it has killed Hippias.


Doctor Who
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Go for a Take (1972) aka Double Take - As Actor
Plot Summary
- On the run the two lads hid out in a film studio. By coincidence Generous Jim, the man who's after them arrives at the studio on other business.

 

White Cargo (1973) - As Harry
Plot Summary
- A clumsy middle-aged civil servant becomes involved in a search for a girl from a Soho strip-club.

 

Black Snake (1973) aka Slaves - As Jonathan Walker
Plot Summary
- Story of a slave revolt on a 19th-century Caribbean island.

 

The Tomorrow People (1973) (TV) - As An Android
Plot Summary
- The next stage of human evolution are teenagers blessed with the powers of teleportation, telekenesis, and telepathy. They protect Earth from threats, and work towards bringing mankind into the future, but they cannot kill, even to save themselves.
- In "The Medusa Strain" (4 part episodes), Jedikiah sets about to steal rare historical artifacts. This requires the Tomorrow People to hopscotch through time and space, with the assistance of Peter the Time Guardian.


The Tomorrow People
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Arthur of the Britons (1973) (TV Series) - As Brosk and as Col
Plot Summary
- This series strips away the elaborate medieval view of Camelot, and presents Arthur as the chief of a small Celt tribe in Dark-Ages Britain, a century or two after the withdrawal of Rome. Arthur struggles to weave the scattered tribes of Celts, Jutes, etc. into a union that can effectively oppose the Saxon invaders who are arriving in Britain in growing numbers. He is aided by his adoptive father, Llud, and his foster brother, Kai, who is himself a Saxon foundling.
- In "Go Warily"
- In "The Slaves"

 

The Two Ronnies (1973) (TV Series) - As Unknown
Plot Summary
- Long running BBC comedy show consisting of sketches and humourous musical routines involving the large Ronnie Barker and the small Ronnie Corbett. Most sketches involved both men, but occasionally only the one. Barker was excellent at fast talking and complicated dialog. Each week Corbett would tell a short joke and in doing so he'd digress and tell a dozen or more unrelated jokes on his way to the main punch line. Each series contained a mini comedy series as well as characters that would return weekly. Also on the bill would be a musical piece from a well known singer/group.
- In "Episode #3.5"

 

Callan (1974) - As Arthur
Plot Summary
- David Callan, top agent/assassin for the S.I.S., was forced to retired because he had lost his nerve. Now, Callan is called back into service to handle the assassination of Schneider, a German businessman. His former boss promises Callan that he'll be returned to active status if he follows orders, but as always Callan refuses to act until he knows why Schneider has been marked for death. This film is a remake of the same story presented in "A Magnum for Schneider."

 

Doctor at Sea (1974) (TV Series) - As Nobby
Plot Summary
- The continuing adventures of the boys from "Doctor In The House", "Doctor At Large" and "Doctor In Charge". When Dick (Geoffrey Davies) finally gets himself the sack from St Swithin's, Duncan (Robin Nedwell) resigns in support. They sign up for what they hope will be a cushy job as medical officers on the cruise ship MS Begonia. Unfortunately they didn't realise Professor Loftus' twin brother would be the captain!

 

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