You may not know this, but between 1953 and 1955, legendary Oscar-winning Welsh actor Ray Milland had his own sit-com on CBS. In it, Milland played fastidious English Professor Ray McNulty (the original title of the show was Meet Mr McNulty), and here, pulled from the darkest depths of the internet, is the 1953 Christmas Special.
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Phil Morris discusses the career of the Welsh screen actor Ray Milland, whose films are being shown at the Chapter Arts Centre.
What are the best horror films to come out of Wales? Wales Arts Review is nominating ten chilling, thrilling movies, not just those set in the creepy hinterlands, or the wilds of the Welsh gothic, but those that carry with them something of the Welsh sensibility that made them. Here is a far from definitive list of films to check out, if you don’t already know them, this Halloween.
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