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Colonel Redfern (Character)
from Look Back in Anger (1959)

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Overview

Alternate Names:
Colonnello Redfern / Coronel / Coronel Redfern / Pulkownik Redfern

Filmography

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  1. Milosc i gniew (1996) Played by Wladyslaw Kowalski (as Pulkownik Redfern)

  2. Look Back in Anger (1989) (TV) Played by Edward Jewesbury
  3. Look Back in Anger (1980) (TV) Played by Raymond Hardie

  4. "BBC Play of the Month"
        - Look Back in Anger (1976) TV episode, Played by Thorley Walters
  5. "Estudio 1"
        - Mirando hacia atrás con ira (1974) TV episode, Played by Gabriel Llopart (as Coronel)

  6. Ricorda con rabbia (1969) (TV) Played by Fosco Giachetti (as Colonnello Redfern)
  7. O Tempo e a Ira (1967) (TV) Played by David Silva (as Coronel Redfern)

  8. Look Back in Anger (1959) Played by Glen Byam Shaw
  9. Look Back in Anger (1958) (TV) Played by Albert Lippert
    ... aka "Blick zurück im Zorn" - Germany (original title)

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Quotes:
From Look Back in Anger (1959)
Alison Porter: You know what he said about mummy, he said she was an overfed, overprivileged old cow.
Colonel Redfern: I see, and what did he say about me?
Alison Porter: He doesn't seem to mind you, in fact I think he rather likes you. Poor old daddy, just one of those sturdy plants left over from the Edwardian era wondering why the sun doesn't shine any more.
Colonel Redfern: Why did you have to meet this young man?
Alison Porter: Oh daddy, please don't put me on trial now. I've been on trial every day and night for the past two years.
Colonel Redfern: But why you, my daughter?
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