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|Died||15 June 2003 (aged 79)|
|Other names||Philip Stones|
(m. 1953; died 1984)
Philip Stone (14 April 1924 – 15 June 2003) was an English actor, well known for portraying film characters such as "Pa", the father of Alex DeLarge, in A Clockwork Orange; General Alfred Jodl in Hitler: The Last Ten Days; Delbert Grady in The Shining; and Captain Phillip Blumburtt in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. Stone's final film role was as the Bishop in The Baby of Mâcon.
He was the only actor to appear in three consecutive Stanley Kubrick films. First, he played the central character Alex's "P" (as in "M" and "P" for "Ma" and "Pa") in A Clockwork Orange (1971). Subsequently, he played Graham, the Lyndon family lawyer, in Barry Lyndon (1975), and Delbert Grady, the Butler who murdered his family in The Shining (1980). Stone was discovered when Kubrick saw him perform in David Storey's stage play, The Contractor. The only other actor to be credited in three Kubrick films is Joe Turkel.
Other film roles included parts in Thunderball, Where Eagles Dare, Quest for Love, Flash Gordon and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. In the 1978 Ralph Bakshi's animated film The Lord of the Rings, he voiced the role of Théoden.
Stone also appeared in many popular TV series, including the first two episodes of Avengers (one of only two guest actors—the other being Warren Mitchell—to have played the same role twice in the series) Justice, Dalziel and Pascoe, A Touch of Frost, Heartbeat, Yes Minister, Bergerac and Coronation Street.
Stone was married to Margaret Pickford until her death in 1984.
|1964||Unearthly Stranger||Professor John Lancaster|
|1965||Never Mention Murder||Inspector|
|1965||Thunderball||SPECTRE No. 5||Uncredited|
|1965||Life at the Top||Tiffield Interview Panel||Uncredited|
|1968||Where Eagles Dare||Sky Tram Operator||Uncredited|
|1969||Two Gentlemen Sharing||Mr. Burrows (Ethene's Father)|
|1970||Fragment of Fear||CID Sergeant|
|1970||Carry On Loving||Robinson|
|1970||The Man Who Had Power Over Women||Angela's Father|
|1971||Quest for Love||Mason|
|1971||Carry On at Your Convenience||Mr. Bulstrode||Scenes deleted|
|1971||A Clockwork Orange||Dad|
|1973||O Lucky Man!||Jenkins / Interrogator / Salvation Army Major|
|1973||Hitler: The Last Ten Days||General Alfred Jodl|
|1976||Voyage of the Damned||Secretary|
|1977||It Shouldn't Happen to a Vet||Jack|
|1978||The Medusa Touch||Dean|
|1978||The Lord of the Rings||King Théodon / Uglúk – Hai Captain (voice)|
|1980||The Shining||Delbert Grady|
|1980||Flash Gordon||Zogi, the High Priest|
|1981||Green Ice||Jochim Kellerman|
|1984||Pope John Paul II||Archbishop Baziak|
|1984||Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom||Captain Phillip Blumburtt|
|1993||The Baby of Mâcon||The Bishop|
|1960||The Old Pull 'n Push||Sid Miller||2 episodes|
|1961||The Avengers||Dr. Richard J. Tredding||2 episodes: "Hot Snow", "Brought to Book"|
|1961||ITV Television Playhouse||Publican||Episode "The Widowing of Mrs. Holyrod"|
|1961||Court of Mystery||Brother Anselmo / Mr. Triggs||2 episodes|
|1961||Jacks and Knaves||Sergeant Harry Frost||Unknown episodes|
|1961||A Chance of Thunder||Ted Macauley||2 episodes|
|1962||Your World||Mr. Savage||2 episodes|
|1962||Emergency – Ward 10||Mr. Sales||Episode #1.501|
|1962||Top Secret||Doctor||Episode "The Second Man"|
|1962||The Big Pull||Doctor||Episode #1.2|
|1962||Compact||Dr. Gilbert Baxter / Airport Official||3 episodes|
|1962||Maigret||Father Damian||Episode "The Countess"|
|1962–1963||Z-Cars||Gardiner / Forensic Inspector||2 episodes|
|1963||Suspense||Inspector||Episode "The Honest Man"|
|1963||BBC Sunday-Night Play||Burroughs||Episode "A Right Crusader"|
|1963||Maupassant||Doctor||Episode "Fathers and Sons"|
|1963||The Saint||Inspector Carlton||Episode "Marcia"|
|1963||Badger's Bend||Uncle Steve||12 episodes|
|1964||Ann Veronica||Member of Parliament||Episode "Votes for Women"|
|1964||The Villains||Mr. Sutcliffe / Detective Inspector Colquhoun||2 episodes|
|1964||No Hiding Place||Dectective Superintendent French / Dectective Chief Inspector French||2 episodes|
|1964||The Indian Tales of Rudyard Kipling||Sir Dugald||Episode "A Germ Destroyer"|
|1964||The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre||Inspector||Episode "Never Mention Murder"|
|1964||Theatre 625||Captain Gibbs||Episode "Parade's End #3: A Man Could Stand Up"|
|1965||Crane||Boris||Episode "The Death of Karaloff"|
|1965||Dr. Finlay's Casebook||James Munro||Episode "Devils Dozens"|
|1965||Story Parade||Bennett||Episode "The Make-Believe Man"|
|1965||Blackmail||Mr. Patterson||Episode "The Lowest Bidder"|
|1966–1967||The Rat Catchers||Brigadier Davidson||26 episodes|
|1967||Thirty-Minute Theatre||Henry Ingram||Episode "The Isle Is Full of Noises"|
|1967||Champion House||Daniel Molesworth||Episode "The Second Freedom"|
|1968||City '68||Councillor Frank Allen||Episode "A Question of Priorities"|
|1969||John Browne's Body||French||3 episodes|
|1969||Fraud Squad||Stefan Pastek||Episode "Cold as Charity"|
|1969||Softly, Softly||Smedley||Episode "One Thing Leads to Another"|
|1971–1973||Justice||Sir John Gallagher||17 episodes|
|1976||Thriller||Burton||Episode "Death in Deep Water"|
|1979||S.O.S. Titanic||Captain Arthur Rostron||Television film|
|1980||We, the Accused||Reverend Hanks||1 episode|
|1984||Yes, Minister||Duncan||Episode "Party Games"|
|1986||Harem||Arthur Grey||Television film|
|1987||Our Geoff||Reg||Television film|
|1999||Doomwatch: Winter Angel||Spencer Quist||Television film |
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