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Our Favorite Patrick Malahide Historical Costumes

Patrick Malahide has been in many wonderful historical period pieces. RFodchuk recently came up with the brilliant idea of discussing some of our favorite costumes worn in those drams. What to choose? What to choose? I mean there are loads … Continue reading

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Patrick Malahide Is Magnus Crome in Mortal Engines

According to IMDB, Patrick Malahide is now listed as Magnus Crome on the Mortal Engines page. So, our initial speculation seems correct.  Crome is a fascinating character, so I’m really looking forward to seeing him on screen.  Patrick Malahide will … Continue reading

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It’s a Meme! 46 – Anniversary Edition

Admin: The Appreciation turned five years on July 28, 2017, so time to celebrate.  Better late than never 😉 RF:  We’ll just have to do more celebrating to make up for being late.  Happy Fifth Anniversary!  🙂

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Analysis of a Scene XXXII: Davy Meets Uncle Ebenezer

Patrick Malahide often plays neat-as-a-pin authority figures to perfection, but one of our all-time favorite characters is the completely bonkers, extremely scruffy miser Uncle Ebenezer from the very excellent 1995 production of “Kidnapped“.  Here we take a look at his … Continue reading

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“That’s a Wrap” Mortal Engines Filming Update & Speculation

Warning:  Character links contain spoilers so click with caution. Stuff.co.nz is reporting that “Mortal Engines” has finished filming and is ready for post-production.   So far there hasn’t been any confirmation as to who Patrick Malahide will be playing.  But, I … Continue reading

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London Gangsters (Played by Patrick Malahide)

Certainly Patrick Malahide has played some amazing police detectives via DS Chisholm, Inspector Alleyn and the lovely DI Brennan of “Amnesia”. But, he has also played guys who run things on the other side of the law. In this installment … Continue reading

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Analysis of a Scene XXXI: Chisholm Gets Heavy On a Grass

DS Chisholm is generally a dour, albeit witty, copper with an unhealthy Quixotic obsession with nabbing Arthur Daley.  But, sometimes, he bucks that trend and displays a more confident outlook.  In this beautifully shot scene from Minder S04E10 “Get Daley!”  … Continue reading

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Patrick Malahide in Law & Order: UK, S03E04 “Confession”

Episode S03E04, “Confession” Patrick Malahide made his third and, sadly, final appearance as the slippery Robert “Limbo” Ridley, QC in Law & Order: UK S03E04 “Confession”. Police detective Matt Devlin’s (Jamie Bamber) childhood friend and fellow officer Pete Garvey has … Continue reading

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Patrick Malahide in Law & Order: UK, S02E01 “Samaritan”

Episode S02E01, “Samaritan” In S02E01 of Law and Order: UK, “Samaritan”, Patrick Malahide reprises his role as that slippery rascal Robert “Limbo” Ridley, QC. This time he is defending a homophobic police officer accused of withholding back-up and medical aid … Continue reading

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Our Favorite Soppy/Emotional Scenes with Patrick Malahide

In 1994, Patrick Malahide gave an interview about his work on Middlemarch  to The Independent (blogged about here).  There were a few snippets that were especially interesting to us. ‘I have,’ he says, ‘pale blue eyes. You try looking soppy … Continue reading

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