Bill Paterson Trailers
Bill Paterson (born 3 June 1945) is a Scottish stage, film and television actor.
Bill Paterson (born 3 June 1945) is a Scottish stage, film and television actor.
Total trailers found: 56
07 December 1988
An account of Baron Munchausen's supposed travels and fantastical experiences with his band of misfits.
02 October 2008
A British writer struggles to fit in at a high-profile magazine in New York. Based on Toby Young's memoir "How to Lose Friends & Alienate People".
16 September 2006
The true story of William Wilberforce's courageous quest to end the British slave trade. Although meeting intense opposition, his minister, John Newton, urges him to see the cause through.
28 November 1999
Elizabeth Gaskell's enchanting tale of romance, scandal, and intrigue in a gossipy English town comes to Masterpiece Theatre in a lavish four-part production of Wives and Daughters, adapted by celebrated screenwriter Andrew Davies.
05 February 2016
A cinema remake of the classic sitcom Dad's Army (1968). The Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard platoon deal with a visiting female journalist and a German spy as World War II draws to its conclusion.
02 November 1984
The Killing Fields tells the real life story of a friendship between two journalists, an American and a Cambodian, during the bloody Khmer Rouge takeover of Cambodia in 1975, which lead to the death of 2-3 million Cambodians during the next four years, until Pol Pot's regime was toppled by the intervening Vietnamese in 1979.
03 December 2006
The story of Beatrix Potter, the author of the beloved and best-selling children's book, "The Tale of Peter Rabbit", and her struggle for love, happiness and success.
13 September 1999
The fate of a Hungarian Jewish family throughout the 20th century.
16 February 1990
A young boy named Luke and his grandmother go on vacation only to discover their hotel is hosting an international witch convention, where the Grand High Witch is unveiling her master plan to turn all children into mice.
30 December 1998
The tragic story of world-renowned cellist Jacqueline du Pré, as told from the point of view of her sister, flautist Hilary du Pré-Finzi.
29 February 2016
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill suffers from a stroke in the summer of 1953 that's kept a secret from the rest of the world.
29 December 1995
Shakespeare's Play transplanted into a 1930s setting.
24 August 1989
It's 1649: Mazarin hires the impoverished D'Artagnan to find the other musketeers: Cromwell has overthrown the English king, so Mazarin fears revolt, particularly from the popular Beaufort.
05 July 2013
Christopher Cowin is in his mid 30s, a family man who owns a small advertising agency. A court case he had recently lost has shown him the rich and powerful always win! That is why Christopher creates the website THE LIST.
05 August 2009
Spanish Flu: The Forgotten Fallen is a 2009 television drama. It deals with Dr James Niven's attempts to deal with the 1918 flu pandemic in Manchester.
24 November 2002
Young and beautiful Lara is loved by three men: a revolutionary, a mogul, and a doctor. Their lives become intertwined with the drama of Russian revolution.
23 December 2001
With freshly rechristened characters and brand-new dialogue, this British TV production of Othello is a "rethinking" of Shakespeare's play, albeit still retaining the original's power and potency.
23 June 2008
The worst thing Ben has ever done is, tonight, he takes his Dad's black cab out without his permission.
06 September 1986
A reporter Mullen 'stumbles' on a story linking a prominent Member of Parliament to a KGB agent. In fact it is also linked to a near Nuclear disaster involving a teenage runaway and an Americal USAF base.
13 October 1981
Madame Ranevsky and her daughter Anya return home from Paris to find that their beloved family estate and cherry orchard are to be auctioned off to pay debts.
09 November 1984
Life isn't easy in 1947 Yorkshire, where strict post-war rationing is putting the squeeze on the townspeople.
06 March 2014
The story of what happened in the few weeks immediately preceding World War I.
29 April 1994
Charles Dickens' bleak, passionate novel about the challenges of life in 19th-century London comes to life with an outstanding cast and brilliant cinematography.
06 May 2000
Local journalist, Cameron Colley writes articles that are idealistic, from the viewpoint of the underdog.
17 August 1987
A robot messenger (Tilda Swinton) is sent to earth to appeal to humans to live in peace. Originally designed to go to MIT, by mistake she ends up in Amman, Jordan during the Black September riots of 1970.
07 May 2015
On 7 May, churches, school halls, and back rooms of community centres will be turned into polling stations, staffed by council workers and volunteers.
10 October 1984
Radio host Alan Bird witnesses how an icecream van is attacked and destroyed by angry competitors. This leads him into the struggle between two Italian families over the icecream market of Glasgow.
12 April 1991
A valuable piece of art is stolen from a couple.
16 May 2003
in the 1930’s a social set known to the press – who follow their every move – as the “Bright Young Things.
13 December 1996
Axel Heyst is an American recluse with a dubious past living in the Dutch East Indies port of Surabaya circa 1913.
01 January 1987
Cassies Stuart leads the uncooperative Charles Dance into a world of misplaces government secrets, capalistic artists and bungling secret agents.
19 August 2001
Three 40-something women in a small English town meet weekly for a ritual of gin, cigarettes, and sweets -- and swapped stories arguing which of them has the most pathetic love life.
27 December 2011
Fast Freddie, The Widow and Me is a 2011 one-off Christmas special, made by STV Productions and broadcast by ITV on Tuesday 27 December 2011.
01 October 1988
BBC documentary about Franz Kafka played by GREEK TV in 1990.This documentary is one of the ten films of "The Modern World: Ten Great Writers (1988)".
20 September 1982
Called out of retirement to settle the affairs of a friend, Smiley finds his old organization, the Circus, so overwhelmed by political considerations that it doesn't want to know what happened.
21 August 2011
In the summer of 1931, with Germany on the brink of economic collapse, and the city of Berlin turning into a paramilitary war-zone, audacious young prosecutor Hans Litten (Stoppard) chose to summon a star witness to a trial of Nazi thugs.
10 November 1990
Nina is totally heartbroken at the death of her boyfriend Jamie, but is even more unprepared for his return as a ghost.
01 January 1988
Thirteen-year-old Nick and his slightly dense older brother Herbert run the Diamond Private Detective Agency above Camden Town Tube Station in north-central London.
06 June 1974
Exploitation of the people and land of Scotland by landowners
31 December 1997
A journalist becomes an independent MP. Loosely based on the election of Martin Bell to the constituency of Tatton between 1997 and 2001.
17 February 1979
Alan Bennett's play about the mid-life crisis of an estate agent.
17 July 2010
River Song returns to deliver The Doctor a serious warning from his allies: the mythical Pandorica, said to contain the most feared creature in the entire Universe, is opening.
04 November 1996
An adaption of Banks's dark novel, whose central character is Prentice McHoan, a young Scots history student.
25 March 2007
A gang of sharp witted street kids save Sherlock Holmes from an accusation of murder and help to foil an audacious robbery.
02 May 2010
The TARDIS takes The Doctor and Amy to war-torn Britain in the middle of World War Two. Not only do they meet Winston Churchill himself, but the Doctor comes face to face once again with his greatest enemy of all.
11 June 1995
After his job is terminated, a humanities professor and puzzle addict joins forces with a woman PC to travel the country while solving a cold case murder.
12 May 1997
Award-winning war correspondent Guy Foster, distraught after the loss of his first wife, joins a cruise to Cape Town, where he meets beautiful and mysterious Melissa.
16 November 1986
Tormented and bedridden by a debilitating disease, a mystery writer relives his detective stories through his imagination and hallucinations.
07 January 2001
The move towards independence in Ireland, from the 1916 Easter Rising until the 1922 civil war is seen through the eyes of a naive idealistic young man.
26 January 2006
When Charles Darwin published his theory of evolution nearly 150 years ago, he shattered the dominant belief of his day – that humans were the product of divine creation.
14 April 2003
Dramatisation of the real-life road-rage killing in 1996 of Stephen Cameron by Kenneth Noye, who was also implicated in the Brinks Mat bullion robbery and the murder of a policeman.
01 January 1996
A film about the tall actor who was most famous for playing the quintessential villian for Charles Chaplin's Tramp character.
14 April 2001
A bank employee, Laura Tracey, places herself and her family in mortal danger after reporting irregularities in the firm's overseas accounts to the National Criminal Intelligence Service.
10 January 1978
Licking Hitler is a television play about a black propaganda unit operating in England during World War II.
16 May 1986
A romantic comedy based around the proposed closure of the last cinema in a small Welsh town.
01 January 1985
In this sophomoric comedy, a lusty adolescent British hockey team heads for Holland where they find something far more interesting than tulips and windmills--gorgeous, lusty women.