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Auden's somewhat mysterious use of children skating on a pond and dogs going on with their doggy life seem irrelevent plots ment to juxtapose the more extraordinary ones, however, if one looks at bruegel's other paintings they can find the images Auden is pulling from. (Massacre of the Innocents and Winter landscape with a Bird Trap)

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Bill McLaughlin has: Played Murdock in "The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox" in 1976. Played Gabe in "CHiPs" in 1977. Played Officer Jim Foster in "B.J. and the Bear" in 1978. Played Ranch Hand in "Dallas" in 1978. Played Police Officer in "Knots Landing" in 1979. Played Medic in "Tales of the Unexpected" in 1979. Performed in "Knots Landing" in 1979. Performed in "Flamingo Road" in 1980. Performed in "S.O.B." in 1981. Played Policeman in "Remington Steele" in 1982. Played Donny in "The Border" in 1982. Played Policeman in "St. Elsewhere" in 1982. Played Harry Crandall in "Hunter" in 1984. Played Bartlett in "The Devastator" in 1986. Played Tom Stevens in "Silk" in 1986. Played Detective Johnson in "Jake and the Fatman" in 1987. Performed in "Comic Cabby" in 1987. Played Coroner in "Quantum Leap" in 1989. Played Mr. Wystan in "Homicide: Life on the Street" in 1993.


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Why did capitalism survive the Great Depression?

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What movie and television projects has James Maxwell been in?

James Maxwell has: Played Marcus Brutus in "Julius Caesar" in 1949. Played Feste in "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre" in 1950. Played Roderigo in "Othello" in 1955. Played Fred Cathart in "ITV Television Playhouse" in 1955. Played Emile in "ITV Television Playhouse" in 1955. Played Lt. Col. Harry Gunyon in "ITV Television Playhouse" in 1955. Played Sayers in "ITV Play of the Week" in 1955. Performed in "ITV Play of the Week" in 1955. Performed in "Armchair Theatre" in 1956. Played Sebastian in "Armchair Theatre" in 1956. Performed in "Invitation to the Dance" in 1958. Played Officer in "Subway in the Sky" in 1959. Played Messenger in "Antigone" in 1959. Played Ejnar in "Brand" in 1959. Played Stanley Tate in "No Hiding Place" in 1959. Played Detective in "International Detective" in 1959. Played Mephistophilis in "The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus" in 1959. Performed in "Maigret" in 1960. Performed in "Festival" in 1960. Played Voice in "Hands Across the Sky" in 1960. 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Played Charles Roland in "The Dick Francis Thriller: The Racing Game" in 1979. Played Lloyd Garrison in "Oppenheimer" in 1980. Played Hippie in "Four Friends" in 1981. Played Anselm in "Bognor" in 1981. Played Raymond Charteris in "Bergerac" in 1981. Played Dr. Nimmo in "Doctor Finlay" in 1993. Played Jackson in "A Matter of Time" in 2007.


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Alan MacNaughton has: Played Derek Craigie in "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre" in 1950. Played Shakespear in "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre" in 1950. Played Prince Dominic in "The Princess and the Swineherd" in 1951. Played Theatrical performer in The White Countess in "Panorama" in 1953. Played William Shakespeare in "Tygers Hart" in 1954. Played Robert Cecil in "ITV Play of the Week" in 1955. Played Frampton in "ITV Television Playhouse" in 1955. Played Wystan Chaplain in "ITV Play of the Week" in 1955. Played Captain Bean in "ITV Play of the Week" in 1955. Played Henderson in "ITV Play of the Week" in 1955. Played Dornik in "ITV Play of the Week" in 1955. Played Mr. Walton in "Boyd Q.C." in 1956. Played Det Sgt Daley in "Bond of Fear" in 1956. Played Police Inspector in "The Secret Place" in 1957. Played Harry Store in "No Hiding Place" in 1959. Played Joe Newton in "The Flying Doctor" in 1959. Performed in "Maigret" in 1960. Played John Cleeve in "The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre" in 1960. Played Scott Hankin in "Victim" in 1961. Played Mark Brandon in "The Avengers" in 1961. Played Gilpin in "The Avengers" in 1961. Played Charlie Lewis in "The Saint" in 1962. Played Dr. Manders in "The Saint" in 1962. Played Dr. Harmon in "Out of This World" in 1962. Played Major Eldridge in "The Indian Tales of Rudyard Kipling" in 1963. Played Peter Jackson in "Jezebel ex UK" in 1963. Played The Major in "Crane" in 1963. Played John Cleeve in "The Double" in 1963. Played Dr. Ragin in "Teletale" in 1963. Played Supt. Bowen in "The Hidden Truth" in 1964. Played Doctor in "Theatre 625" in 1964. Played Mr. Justice Easterbrook in "The Man in Room 17" in 1965. Played Hendrik Van Meeren in "The Power Game" in 1965. Played Hubert in "BBC Play of the Month" in 1965. Played David in "Thirty-Minute Theatre" in 1965. Played Peter Kroger in "BBC Play of the Month" in 1965. Played Larry Holmes in "The Baron" in 1966. Played Commissar Amos in "The Queen and the Rebels" in 1966. Performed in "End in Tears" in 1966. Played McKellen in "Intrigue" in 1966. Played Gaydon in "The Baron" in 1966. Played Kleve in "Frankenstein Created Woman" in 1967. Played Captain Wright in "The Revenue Men" in 1967. Played Rudi in "The White Rabbit" in 1967. Played Gustav in "ITV Playhouse" in 1967. Played Jonathan McPhaen in "ITV Playhouse" in 1967. Played Voltore in "Volpone" in 1967. Played Colonel Vajda in "Strange Report" in 1968. Played Andrew Baker, QC in "The Expert" in 1968. Played Dr. Ian Denholt in "Journey to the Unknown" in 1968. Played Von Splitz in "The Champions" in 1968. Played Major Brenan in "Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased)" in 1969. Played Sir William McAvity in "ITV Saturday Night Theatre" in 1969. Played Dr. Kohn in "ITV Saturday Night Theatre" in 1969. Played Gilford in "Department S" in 1969. Played Rupert Sterne in "Paul Temple" in 1969. Played Benson in "Menace" in 1970. Performed in "Ryan International" in 1970. Played British Briefing Officer in "Patton" in 1970. Played Mr. Ryton in "Justice" in 1971. Played Dr. Gibson in "Wives and Daughters" in 1971. Played Mr. Caswell in "Family Life" in 1971. Played Dr. Claudel in "Jason King" in 1971. Played J.H. Potter in "Wodehouse Playhouse" in 1974. Played Charlie Galbraith in "The Hanged Man" in 1975. Played Mr. Dyer in "Life and Death of Penelope" in 1976. Played Col. Ralph Kruger in "Yanks Go Home" in 1976. Played Lawrie in "The Duchess of Duke Street" in 1976. Played Sorenson in "The Professionals" in 1977. Played Dr. Bonhoeffer in "BBC2 Play of the Week" in 1977. Played Henry Laughlin in "The Professionals" in 1977. Played Maurice Stockton in "This Year Next Year" in 1977. Played Sir Geoffrey Wellingham in "The Sandbaggers" in 1978. Played Walter Croxley in "Fallen Hero" in 1978. Played Sir Charles Blatch in "My Son, My Son" in 1979. Played Merrick in "Minder" in 1979. Played Mr. Robert Corder in "Hannah" in 1980. 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Played The Public Servants - Browne in "A Very British Coup" in 1988. Played Sir Henry Clevemore DG in "Game, Set, and Match" in 1988. Played Lord Justice Mathew in "Shadow of the Noose" in 1989. Played Prof. Geoffrey Jennings-Wilson in "The Chief" in 1990. Played Lewis Mandorf in "Blue Ice" in 1992. Played Jack in "Conjugal Rites" in 1993. Played Father McPhail in "Hamish Macbeth" in 1995. Played Thomas Green in "Dangerfield" in 1995. Played Lord Justice Munt in "Kavanagh QC" in 1995. Played Karl Ritter in "The Commissioner" in 1998.


What movie and television projects has John Welsh been in?

John Welsh has: Played Dean Peyramale in "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre" in 1950. Played Father Riley in "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre" in 1950. Played George Greaves in "Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Presents" in 1953. Played Army Intelligence Officer in "The Clue of the Missing Ape" in 1953. Played Mr. Tennant in "Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Presents" in 1953. Played Mr. Timmon: Hat Sales Manager in "An Inspector Calls" in 1954. Played US Embassy Official in "Diplomatic Passport" in 1954. Played Chief Marshal in "The Divided Heart" in 1954. Played Mr. Sweeney in "Three Empty Rooms" in 1955. Played Gurd in "The Dark Avenger" in 1955. Played Sir Robert Trevelyan in "ITV Play of the Week" in 1955. Played Sartorius in "ITV Play of the Week" in 1955. Played Father Neil in "Confession" in 1955. Played Cardinal of Milan in "ITV Play of the Week" in 1955. Played Ernest Lindley in "ITV Play of the Week" in 1955. Played superintendant Cassels in "ITV Television Playhouse" in 1955. Performed in "ITV Play of the Week" in 1955. Played Prison Chaplain in "Blonde Bait" in 1956. Played Laurence Manfred in "Armchair Theatre" in 1956. Played Sgt. Bolton in "Boyd Q.C." in 1956. Played Bank Manager in "The Man Who Never Was" in 1956. Played Det. Chief Insp. Charlesworth in "Tales from Soho" in 1956. Played Police Scientist in "Lost" in 1956. Played Chief Detective Inspector Charlesworth in "Tales from Soho" in 1956. Played Minister of Colonies in "Assignment Foreign Legion" in 1956. Played Shepperton Real Estate Agent in "The Long Arm" in 1956. Played The employer in "The Man in the Road" in 1956. Played Chaplain in "Women Without Men" in 1956. Played Jed in "Stryker of the Yard" in 1957. Played The Principal in "Lucky Jim" in 1957. Played Mr. Christian in "The Secret Place" in 1957. Played Doctor in "The Long Haul" in 1957. Played Chief customs officer in "The Birthday Present" in 1957. Played Police Insp. Grant in "The Counterfeit Plan" in 1957. Played Mr. Justice Fanshawe in "Brothers in Law" in 1957. Played Blackwell in "The Gay Cavalier" in 1957. Played Prof. Jenkins in "Emergency-Ward 10" in 1957. Played Inspector Owing in "The Safecracker" in 1958. Played Second Mr. Dodds in "Nowhere to Go" in 1958. Played Dr. Bergman in "The Revenge of Frankenstein" in 1958. Played Colonel Langley in "Behind the Mask" in 1958. Played Steve, Bar Steward in "Next to No Time" in 1958. Played Staff Colonel in "Dunkirk" in 1958. Played Passport Official in "Indiscreet" in 1958. Played Admiral in "Bobbikins" in 1959. Played Dr. Thompson in "The Rough and the Smooth" in 1959. Played Brigadier in "Operation Bullshine" in 1959. Played Doctor Hewitson in "ITV Sunday Night Drama" in 1959. Played Supt. Halcro in "The Men from Room 13" in 1959. Played Moffatt in "The Four Just Men" in 1959. Played Rees-Jones in "No Hiding Place" in 1959. Played Mr. Woodbridge in "BBC Sunday-Night Play" in 1960. Played Assistant Commissioner in "The Edgar Wallace Mystery Theatre" in 1960. Played Maj. Taylor in "A Circle of Deception" in 1960. Played Pop in "BBC Sunday-Night Play" in 1960. Played Cafe Royal Manager in "The Trials of Oscar Wilde" in 1960. Played Turner in "Beyond the Curtain" in 1960. Played Ted Wylie in "Snowball" in 1960. Played Bill Mostyn in "Deadline Midnight" in 1960. Played Commander Dackson in "BBC Sunday-Night Play" in 1960. Played Squadron Leader Grant in "The Night We Dropped a Clanger" in 1961. Played Professor Wallace in "Ghost Squad" in 1961. Played Commissioner Garland in "Konga" in 1961. Played Canon Cattanei in "Francis of Assisi" in 1961. Played Governor Walters in "Sir Francis Drake" in 1961. Played Superintendant Hicks in "The Square Mile Murder" in 1961. Played Billy Newton in "The Truth About Billy Newton" in 1961. Played Judge in "Johnny Nobody" in 1961. Played Colonel von Hertz in "The Last Man Out" in 1962. Played Carroll in "The Quare Fellow" in 1962. Played Dr. Carr in "Katy" in 1962. Played Agriculture Officer in "The Inspector" in 1962. Played Mr. Hulme in "Z Cars" in 1962. Played Governor in "Out of the Fog" in 1962. Played Chief Fire Officer in "Go to Blazes" in 1962. Played Marshall in "Life for Ruth" in 1962. Played Dr. Spencer in "Z Cars" in 1962. Played Publican in "The Wild and the Willing" in 1962. Played Philly Cullen in "Playboy of the Western World" in 1963. Played Aegeon in "Festival" in 1963. Played Sir Edward Lidyard in "The Indian Tales of Rudyard Kipling" in 1963. Played John Rhodes in "Danger Man" in 1964. Played Hugo in "Theatre 625" in 1964. Played Doctor in "Nightmare" in 1964. Played C.O. in "Redcap" in 1964. Played Ross in "Danger Man" in 1964. Played British First Secretary Forbes in "Danger Man" in 1964. Played Inspector Rason in "Detective" in 1964. Played Emmerson in "Danger Man" in 1964. Played Cobden Felcourt in "Public Eye" in 1965. Played Mr. Balance in "BBC Play of the Month" in 1965. Played Robert Vernon in "Front Page Story" in 1965. Performed in "BBC Play of the Month" in 1965. Played Paddy in "Dead End Creek" in 1965. Played Sir Robert Chandler in "Pity About the Abbey" in 1965. Played Leslie Rhodes in "The Flying Swan" in 1965. Played General Fairside in "The Mind of the Enemy" in 1965. Played William Calderwood in "Softly Softly" in 1966. Played Austin Ruthyn in "Mystery and Imagination" in 1966. Played The Abbot in "Rasputin: The Mad Monk" in 1966. Played Asst. Chief Constable William Calderwood in "Softly Softly" in 1966. Played James Stephens in "Insurrection" in 1966. Played Vincent Pelling in "Mr. Rose" in 1967. Played James Forsyte in "The Forsyte Saga" in 1967. Played Dr. Welsh in "ITV Playhouse" in 1967. Played J. G. Westcott in "ITV Playhouse" in 1967. Played Locker in "The Revenue Men" in 1967. Played Grant in "The Gamblers" in 1967. Played Mr. Justice Adder in "Misleading Cases" in 1967. Played Joth Bamforth in "Inheritance" in 1967. Played Sir Pitt Crawley in "Vanity Fair" in 1967. Played George in "Half Hour Story" in 1967. Played Heiner in "Subterfuge" in 1968. Played Admiral of the Fleet Lord William Cansley in "Attack on the Iron Coast" in 1968. Played Bart Brereton in "Journey to the Unknown" in 1968. Played Judge Millhouse in "ITV Saturday Night Theatre" in 1969. Played Doctor Hewitson in "ITV Saturday Night Theatre" in 1969. Played Johnny in "ITV Saturday Night Theatre" in 1969. Played Sir Stephen Kirwin in "The Main Chance" in 1969. Played James Renshaw in "The Main Chance" in 1969. Played Mr. Walsh in "Confession" in 1970. Played Bishop Juxon in "Cromwell" in 1970. Played Mr. Laurence in "Little Women" in 1970. Played Evelyn Harrington in "Play for Today" in 1970. Played Colonel Dickerson in "Catweazle" in 1970. Played Mallory in "Codename" in 1970. Played Pops in "Play for Today" in 1970. Played Committee chairman in "Play for Today" in 1970. Played Philip Hucknell in "Play for Today" in 1970. Played Sir Charles Freeman in "The Man Who Haunted Himself" in 1970. Played Rev. Martindale in "The Ten Commandments" in 1971. Played Presiding Judge in "Justice" in 1971. Played Magistrate in "Bless This House" in 1971. Played Grandfather in "The Runaway Summer" in 1971. Played Mr. Murbles in "The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club" in 1972. Played Dr. Glazebrook in "Villains" in 1972. Played Woolgar in "The Adventures of Black Beauty" in 1972. Played Chancellor in "The Pied Piper" in 1972. Performed in "Crown Court" in 1972. Played Mr. Justice Hawkins in "The Edwardians" in 1972. Played Cartwright in "The Frighteners" in 1972. Played Fergus McDowell in "The Watercress Girl" in 1972. Played Sir John Kendal in "The Shadow of the Tower" in 1972. Played Sergeant Cuff in "The Moonstone" in 1972. Played Fergus McDowall in "Country Matters" in 1972. Played Mr. Cassell in "The Brothers" in 1972. Played Dairyman in "Wessex Tales" in 1973. Played Grandfather in "A Story of Tutankhamun" in 1973. Played Archbishop in "Fall of Eagles" in 1974. Played Lord Sedgmire in "South Riding" in 1974. Played Chivers in "Affairs of the Heart" in 1974. Played Corvisart in "Napoleon and Love" in 1974. Played Duke of Wellington in "Edward the Seventh" in 1975. Played Under Secretary in "The XYY Man" in 1976. Played Lord Calderbeck in "When the Boat Comes In" in 1976. Played Merriman in "The Duchess of Duke Street" in 1976. Played Admiral Twiss in "Kizzy" in 1976. Played Bewsley in "Yellow Dog" in 1976. Played Lum Stroud in "Grayeagle" in 1977. Played C.H. Wystan in "Rumpole of the Bailey" in 1978. Played Lord Belthane in "The Thirty Nine Steps" in 1978. Played Norseman in "The Norseman" in 1978. Played Mr. Perkupp in "Diary of a Nobody" in 1979. Played Mr. Chater in "Thomas and Sarah" in 1979. Played 2nd Old Man in "Oresteia" in 1979. Played Cordwainer in "To Serve Them All My Days" in 1980. Played Principal Vernon Thorpe in "Dear Teacher" in 1981. Played Barber in "Brideshead Revisited" in 1981. Played Priest in "From a Far Country" in 1981. Played Flavius in "Timon of Athens" in 1981. Played Father in "Let There Be Love" in 1982. Performed in "The Tale of Beatrix Potter" in 1982. Played Seer in "Krull" in 1983. Played Sir Robert Abbey in "The Citadel" in 1983. Played Jogger in "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear" in 1984. Played Salesman in "Murder: By Reason of Insanity" in 1985. Played Lord Leakham in "Blott on the Landscape" in 1985. Performed in "Murder of a Moderate Man" in 1985.