Two young, unmarried collegians, Alex Campbell (David Ladd) and Patricia Wilson (Sharon Gurney), unwittingly get themselves entangled into the mystery when they find an unconscious, well-dressed fop lying comatose on the lower steps of the station.We soon learn that Manfred (James Cossins) is merely the latest delicacy in the supper plans of a gruesome character billed only as “The Man.” Even putting his cannibalistic appetite aside, “The Man” (Hugh Armstrong) still cuts a pretty morbid figure.
To be fair, Calhoun shows little regard for the more well-heeled citizens of Britain either, tossing more than a few cynical barbs at the newly deceased snob James Manfred, O. Producer Paul Maslansky had previously worked with Lee on a number of films (including the very atmospheric and spooky black and white chiller Though the two actors would only share a single scene together – oddly, the pair would only share the briefest of moments seen together on the big screen – Maslansky recalled Lee gladly accepting the small role if only to work with Pleasence, an actor he much admired. Stories about troubled cops or ex-cops still have a foothold in movies and TV shows -- almost to the point where you wonder why so these emotionally vulnerable men and women chose a stressful career in law enforcement in the first place.
) 13,800,000,000 (13.8 billion) years ago The creation of the universe according to present estimates of "big bang" - "Stephen Hawkings and others...
estimate between 18 and 11 billion with 13.8 being the closest estimation".
b OTH WERE BORN IN e NGALND IN THE 1880S i BELIEVE. ("w ILKIE") WAS ORIGINALLY FROM AYRSHIRE, e NGLAND. If there is anything that you can tell me, I would be most gratefull. 24, 1852, died October 1929, Haileybury, Ontario, Canada, buried Lee Valley Cemetery, Lee Valley, Ontario, Canada. Clatonia NE 68328 Duane Wilkinson Stephen Edward WILKINSON born 16 Oct. OH, son of Jesse and Flavilla (BALLARD) WILKINSON, died 14 Feb. Stephen with his wife and son returned east sometime after 1880.
h IS FAMILY WAS FAIRLY LARGE CONSISTING OF SISTERS NAMED m ADGE AND k ATHLEEN ALONG WITH BROTHERS t ED, f ELIX, DONALD AND a LLAN (LATTER TWO WERE KILLED IN f RANCE IN w ORLD w AR o NE FIGHTING FOR b RITAIN). His father was Walter Wilkinson His mother was Susan Pepper He married Susan Brown of Stranrear Scotland. He emigrated to Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, about 1882; moved to North Bay, Ontario , then to Lee Valley. Jul 1888 THOMAS WILKINSON died in 1907, Maine Township, Linn County, Iowa and he was buried in Jordan's Grove Cemetery, Central City, Iowa. Stephen became "Grand Master of Railroad Brakemen".