Talk:Finlay Currie

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Chronological cock-up[edit]

Currie's last role was as Mr. Lundie, the minister, in the 1966 television adaptation of the musical Brigadoon. In one of his very last performances, Currie plays a dying mafioso boss in the two part "Vendetta For The Saint" (1968) starring Roger Moore.

Does anyone else see a problem here? -- ♬ Jack of Oz[your turn] 11:28, 27 June 2012 (UTC)
Not a problem, just an error. The TV movie Brigadoon wasn't his last appearance. However, it was his last appearance in a film or TV movie. His appearance in the episode "Vendetta For The Saint" was in 1969, not '68, and it wasn't "one of his very last performances", it was the last - unless he did any other work which wasn't recorded anywhere online. But is any of this of encyclopaedic interest? I would be tempted to delete all of these -- SteveCrook (talk) 12:16, 27 June 2012 (UTC)