Latest Titles With David Barry
- Movies or TV
2. The Woman in White (1997 TV Movie)
Unrated | 125 min | Mystery, Thriller
Based upon Wilkie Collins Victorian mystery, the gothic tale tells of a pair of half sisters whose lives end up caught in a grand conspiracy revolving around a mentally ill woman dressed in... See full summary »
The Legacy of Reginald Perrin (1996– )
The day dawns for the glorious revolution as thousands of pensioners converge on London and Jimmy ousts Angela Rippon on the television news to appeal for support for BROSCOR.However,Morton... See full summary »
6. Dragon Fight (1989)
96 min | Action
Two martial artist friends from China are performing a show in the States. Trouble starts when one of them decides to defect and stay in America.
9. Bottle Boys (1984–1985)
30 min | Comedy
Star of the oh-so-British series of saucy Confessions movies, Robin Askwith, was the leading man in Bottle Boys, portraying an accident-prone, football-mad milkman doing the rounds for ... See full summary »
13. Keep It in the Family (1980–1983)
Dudley Rush is an artist with a difference! Eccentric and childlike, he insists, among other things, on wearing his large-sized lion ventriloquist glove puppet on his hand whenever he draws... See full summary »
27. All Star Comedy Carnival (1972 TV Movie)
105 min | Comedy
Six specially-written scenes from popular ITV comedy series.
Writers: Brad Ashton, Bryan Blackburn, Roy Bottomley, Tom Brennand, Brian Cooke, Mike Craig, Eric Davidson, Harry Driver, Peter Dulay, John Esmonde, Bob Grant, Tony Hawes, Lawrie Kinsley, Bob Larbey, Stephen Lewis, Ron McDonnell, Johnnie Mortimer, Vince Powell, Maurice Sellar, Roy Tuvey | Directors: Stuart Allen, Les Chatfield, Terry Henebery, Bryan Izzard, Mike Lloyd, David Mallet, Bill Podmore, William G. Stewart | Stars: Jimmy Tarbuck, Moira Anderson, Anne Aston, Nina Baden-Semper
The Fenn Street Gang (1971–1973)
The Loneliest Night of the Week
Dennis and Frankie are desperate to meet women. Dennis thinks dancing lessons might help them, but Frankie has a better idea...