Alan Napier. Alan William Napier-Clavering (* 7. Januar in Birmingham, England; † 8. August in Santa Monica, Kalifornien) war ein britischer. Alan Napier (* 7. Januar in Birmingham, England; † 8. August in Santa Monica. Napier, A: Not Just Batman's Butler: The Autobiography of Alan Napier: Amazon.de: Napier, Alan, Bigwood, James: Fremdsprachige Bücher.
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Alan William Napier-Clavering war ein britischer Theater- und Filmschauspieler. Alan Napier – Wikipedia. Alan Napier (* 7. Januar in Birmingham, England; † 8. August in Santa Monica. Serien und Filme mit Alan Napier: Daniel Boone · Privatdetektiv Joe Dancer · Die liebestollen Stewardessen · Kojak · Batman · Daktari · Lassie · Don't . Alan William Napier-Clavering (7. Januar - 8. August ), besser bekannt als Alan Napier, war ein englischer Schauspieler. Filme. von Wolf Rüdiger Reutermann (als John) in Crime Club () [Synchro ()]; von Helmut Heyne (als Alfred Pennyworth) in Batman hält die Welt in. Ihre Suche nach "alan napier" ergab 15 Treffer. Sortieren nach: Bitte auswählen, Interpret A-Z, Interpret Z-A, Titel A-Z, Titel Z-A, Preis aufsteigend, Preis.
Alan Napier – Wikipedia. Alan Napier (* 7. Januar in Birmingham, England; † 8. August in Santa Monica. Filme. von Wolf Rüdiger Reutermann (als John) in Crime Club () [Synchro ()]; von Helmut Heyne (als Alfred Pennyworth) in Batman hält die Welt in. Christiane Hörbiger. Marnie Edgar, eine engelhafte Blondine, plündert die Tresore ihrer Arbeitgeber. Ron Perlman. Emily Nancy Bevill Pethybridge. Octavia Spencer. Alan Napier.
I've spotted him in a huge range of roles in films, sometimes in historical epics or something with costume and makeup you don't immediately recognise him but when you see him stand with people and hear the voice you know immediately it's him!
One of the rare cases of self downgrading but you can imagine the folks at RADA and agents everywhere else told him to never say his real height!
Editor Rob: I've not seen what he had in the spotlight directory, but christopher lee early on did have 6ft 3 for his height in an edition I have.
Mind you, he might have lost a bit by then. Alan and Fess Parker are standing toe to toe on level ground having a dispute and Fess seems the taller by half an inch.
I can't explain this one other than the director maybe wanting Fess to have the slight height advantage so as to dominate the scene.
I understand he was a terrific person off camera. Fairbanks was at least 6' while Quinn was 6'1". Napier along with Buddy Baer were the tallest character actors in Hollywood back during the Golden Age.
They made just about everyone look tiny. Those are the ones I remember him from, Sam might feel that some others are worthy of mentioning.
Click Here I think Napier had to be 6'7". More like 4. But Moore was a strong 6'1 so this guy was 6'5. For a guy who was quite skinny you see his coats in some of his films they're outrageously big.
He must have have suits specially made for him. In Journey to the Center of the Earth there is a scene in the laboratory with James Mason and Pat Boone and Napier's dress coat alone was longer than the torso and heads of both of them.
If Mason had put on Napier's suit coat it would have come down to his ankles and probably dragged on the floor!
I think he was a strong 6'6" guy and 6'6 is the minimum he could have been. Watching The Uninvited and he makes Ray Milland look short, looks near 5 inches taller.
Milland I think was 6'1. I know a man in real life who probably is 6'7", and he also claims 6'4". That's why my mom doubted me being 6'2" He indeed towered over Mario Lanza.
I'm going to look up Lanza now. Adam was never 6' 2", except sometimes in the Bat boots. Apart from it being obvious to the TV audience, a cast member of the show also told me this.
Taking into account that West is listed at 6'2" on this site, Napier would have to be a minimum of 6'6. You may be surprised! I've seen Alan and Fess together in another episode and they were almost eye to eye.
Fess was very tall and recently was upgraded by Rob to 6'6". I've seen him look even taller, perhaps he had the edge on Alan.
I don't think anyone doubts that Alan was a true 6'6". I think Alan is one of those rare men who never lost height as he aged.
He never became stooped or put on weight, and seemed still the same height some years after "Batman" finished, as he approached his 70's.
James Stewart is another example of someone keeping their peak height throughout their life. Around this time Alan also appeared with 6'1.
I'm wondering if you could also post it over on Sean Connery's page. It might remind a few contributors there that Connery was always 6'2" peak , not 6'3" Napier is closer to the camera Click Here.
He looks more or less 6'7" opposite Adam West. Apparently he was from Birmingham, I didn't spot a Brummy accent in Batman!
Why anybody would even want to be as tall as 6'4" barefoot or taller beats me. Suppose its better than being 5'4" but you would be looking pretty freaky in most crowds if you were tall and rake thin like that.
He was a human lampost and made even normally big men like Connery and John Wayne look short. I would say. Adam West was 6 ft 1 in, not 6 ft 2 in.
As always, he still looks taller than everyone. I don't blame him, being beyond 6'4" is too tall even for me. I am about 6'4" maybe a tad less and I pray to god I don't get any taller.
So I could king of see why he claimed himself shorter than he actually is, all though I did read many sites claiming 6'5".
It's a "Norman-icized" name. My name is too: Stewart is the Norman form of Steubhardt. Highlanders are inclined to be tall people. At 6'5" and I have been accused of "looming"!
I no longer slump about at my age. Bad for the back. In The Song of Bernadette , he played the ethically questionable psychiatrist who is hired to declare Bernadette mentally ill.
He also played the vicious Earl of Warwick in Joan of Arc He performed in two Shakespearean films: the Orson Welles Macbeth , in which he played a priest that Welles added to the story, who spoke lines originally uttered by other characters, and MGM 's Julius Caesar , as Cicero.
He appeared as Mr. Rutland in the Hitchcock movie Marnie In , he made an appearance on the short-lived television anthology series Your Show Time as Sherlock Holmes , in an adaptation of " The Adventure of the Speckled Band ".
In , he was the first to be cast in the Batman TV series,  as Bruce Wayne's faithful butler Alfred, a role he played until the series' cancellation in I had never read comics before [I was hired for Batman ].
He retired in , aged In early , Napier appeared on the late-night talk show The Late Show as part of a reunion of the surviving cast of Batman , despite being in a wheelchair.
Napier did not participate in the subsequent cast reunion held before his death. Napier was twice married. Napier suffered a stroke in , was hospitalized from June , and had been gravely ill for several days, before his death of natural causes on 8 August , in the Berkeley East Convalescent Hospital in Santa Monica , California.
Napier was a resident of Pacific Palisades , California. He was cremated and his ashes were scattered in the garden of his home at Porto Marina Way in the Pacific Palisades.
In the early s, Napier wrote a three-volume autobiography which was not published at the time because, as he joked, "I haven't committed a major crime and I'm not known to have slept with any famous actresses.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. English actor. King's Norton , Birmingham , England. Santa Monica, California , US.
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