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Star Wars

Categories: Cinema

A series of science-fiction films, formulated and originally directed by George Lucas, with the tag-line 'a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away'. The first films comprised a trilogy, and were followed by a prequel, again of three films. As a sequel to the original stories, three further films have been released.

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Star Wars

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Sir Christopher Lee

This plaque honours Christopher Lee CBE, actor with 60 years in motion pictur...

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Stuart Freeborn

Stuart Freeborn 1914 - 2013 The acclaimed motion picture make-up artist, ofte...

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Dame Edith Evans

Dame Edith Evans

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Person, Cinema, Theatre

2 memorials
Michael Powell

Michael Powell

Born Michael Latham Powell at Howletts, Bekesbourne, near Canterbury, Kent. He left his job in banking to enter the film industry. As co-director to Alexander Korda on 'The Thief of Bagdad' he was ...

Person, Cinema

2 memorials
Tommy Steele

Tommy Steele

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Person, Cinema, Music / songs, Theatre

1 memorial
Peter Greenaway

Peter Greenaway

Film director and screenwriter. Born in Newport, Monmouthshire. He trained as a muralist before turning to films. His best known works include 'The Draughtsman's Contract' and 'The Cook, the Thief,...

Person, Cinema, Wales

1 memorial