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Bogarde

Sir Dirk, real name Derek Jules Gaspard Ulric Niven van den Bogaerde. 1920--99, British film actor and writer: his films include The Servant (1963) and Death in Venice (1970). His writings include the autobiographical A Postillion Struck by Lightning (1977) and the novel A Period of Adjustment (1994)
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This is the same Winston Bogarde who, when at Chelsea, declared he was quite happy to sit out the remainder of his lucrative contract despite the club attempting to force him out by playing him just once in almost four years.
STAR: Earl Cameron's credits include acting in films with greats, from top, Helen Mirren, Dirk Bogarde and Sidney Poitier.
DESPERATION: Dirk Bogarde, left, hatches a bizarre plot
Winston Bogarde And with belts being tightened, in any case clubs are much less likely to take a chance on players that have garnered such a reputation.
WARTIME MEMORIES: The famous 'Bridge Too Far' at Arnhem and (below) actor Dirk Bogarde who starred in the epic film of the same name
The 1964 film, starring Dirk Bogarde and Robert Morley, was a comic tale of espionage with Bogarde being hailed the funniest agent of the year.
EVER, DIRK - THE BOGARDE LETTERS edited by John Coldstream IF you looked inside the heads of most actors, you probably wouldn't find much of anything, at all.
First staged in 1964 with John Hurt in the central role and filmed in the same year with Tom Courtenay and Dirk Bogarde, John Wilson's play drew attention to one of the last great controversies of the First World War - the execution for cowardice of soldiers suffering from mental stress.
Winston Bogarde (football) - Dutch defender who made just two league appearances in four years at Chelsea, born 1970.
CHELSEA mega-flop Winston Bogarde is swapping the Blues for rhythm 'n' blues - by becoming a concert promoter.
Familiarity with ``The Servant,'' Dirk Bogarde and the swinging sensibilities of the 1960s might be helpful.