Palmer, Harry

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Palmer, Harry

anti-hero of The Iperess File. [Am. Cinema: Herman, 28–29]
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But another story about its origin suggests Mr Garton had purchased the original recipe from a man called Harry Palmer - hence HP - and the sauce's original name was Harry Palmer's Famous Epsom Sauce.
* Halie Starling and Tanner Starling of Ullin, a son, Elijah; grandparents Oarla Wright of Anna, Harry Palmer of Tamms, and Randy and Michele Starling
ON A ROLE Caine as Harry Palmer in Funeral In Berlin (1966) and today
3 HARRY PALMER: The Ipcress File (1965) MICHAEL CAINE is excellent as Palmer, the polar opposite of James Bond, thanks to a working class background and a criminal record.
have an Away Day to Cedar Lake, Aycliffe Angling Club hold their Harry Palmer Memorial match on Aycliffe Pond Big Waters A.C.
"The idea behind adding extra, non-musical events (for example the Harry Palmer film trilogy starring Michael Caine) is to extend the reach of the festival.
Jo Hayden teams up with Harry Palmer to form a vaudeville troupe in the hopes of finding fame and fortune.
From a bespectacled Michael Caine in typically laconic pose as Harry Palmer in Funeral in Berlin to French film femmes Brigitte Bardot and Claudia Cardinale taking a breather after a catfight in Les Petroleuses, a pop-up exhibition of vintage photographs is sure to draw the crowds over the next week.
Ashington RAOB defeated Bedlington FC thanks to braces from Lee Scott and Adam Bains with Sean Potts rounding off the scorers for "The Buffs" - scoring for Bedlington FC were Khurran Dhugga, Connor Hall and Harry Palmer.
It's more George Smiley or Harry Palmer than James Bond, replete with the sipping of spirits, the clunk and rustle of vintage tape recorders, and smoking.
FUNERAL IN BERLIN TCM 7PM Michael Caine stars as sarcastic secret agent Harry Palmer, behind the Iron Curtain in a sly 1960s spy thriller.
So, the mood boards were a combination of great British men of style and the great history of the British spy genre movies, from the Harry Palmer movies, to James Bond.

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