Who Won the 1965
Tony Awards Best Featured Actor Musical

Victor Spinetti

("Oh What A Lovely War")

1964 Tony Awards Best Featured Actor Musical Winner
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A Hard Day's Night … with Jimmy Page?

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The talents best known for their contributions include director Richard Lester, screenwriter Alun Owen, musical score director (and Beatles producer) George Martin, and actor Victor Spinetti. There are other participants who not only also contributed ...

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Backbeat: Coventry based drummer talks playing with Robert Plant, Bob Geldof and Eric Clapton

Coventry Telegraph
He was the lead drummer, playing alongside Ringo Starr and Jim Keltner, sharing a stage with Paul McCartney, Jeff Lynne, Eric Clapton, Billy Preston, Dhani Harrison, Tom Petty, Joe Brown and Albert Lee. He's also the younger brother of actor Victor ...

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Jim Davidson: I'm not homophobic, gay actor Victor Spinetti was one of my closest friends

PinkNews.co.uk
Comedian Jim Davidson says he's not homophobic and cites his former friendship with the late Victor Spinetti. Spinetti, who died in 2012 aged 82, appeared in dozens of films and stage plays throughout his 50-year career and is best remembered today for ...

1965 Tony Awards Best Featured Actor Musical Winner Victor Spinetti News

The Beatles' Help!, Unspooled By Victor Spinetti

MOJO (blog)
As The Beatles' groundbreaking 1965 film Help! emerges on Blu-Ray, MOJO unearths its classic 2009 interview with the Fabs' flamboyant co-star, Victor Spinetti. Spinetti played Help!'s mad scientist (“I could – dare I say it? – rule the world!”) with ...

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