Edmund Pegge

Edmund Pegge is an Australian actor, who has worked in both Australia and the United Kingdom.

His television credits include: Division 4, Matlock Police, Moonbase 3, Doctor Who (in the serial The Invisible Enemy), Secret Army, Return of the Saint, Codename Icarus, Bird of Prey, Tenko, It Ain't Half Hot Mum, The Day of the Triffids, One by One, The Winds of War, Anzacs, Howards' Way, Doctors, Rosemary & Thyme and Home Sweet Home. Pegge appears in the first two volumes of The Phoenix Files audio dramas as Robert Montag.[1]


  1. ^ http://www.preachrspodcast.net/Preachrs_Podcast_-_OnLine_and_OnStage/The_Phoenix_Files.html

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Anzacs (TV series)

Anzacs (named for members of the all volunteer ANZAC army formations) is a 1985 Australian five-part television miniseries set in World War I. The series follows the lives of a group of young Australian men who enlist in the 8th Battalion (Australia) of the First Australian Imperial Force in 1914, fighting first at Gallipoli in 1915, and then on the Western Front for the remainder of the war.

It follows in the wake of Australian New Wave war films such as Breaker Morant (1980), Gallipoli (1981), and precedes The Lighthorsemen (1987). Recurring themes of these films include the Australian identity, such as mateship and larrikinism, the loss of innocence in war, and also the continued coming of age of the Australian nation and its soldiers (the ANZAC spirit).

Escape Into Night

Escape Into Night is a six-part British television serial for children made by ATV for ITV that was broadcast from 19 April to 24 May 1972. It was directed by Richard Bramall.

The serial was an adaptation of Catherine Storr's novel Marianne Dreams, and deals with a young girl, Marianne, whose drawings become the basis for dreams, and how the dividing line between dreams and reality blurs. The novel was later adapted into a 1988 film, Paperhouse.

The series was made in colour, but the colour masters are missing; only a black and white telerecording of the series exists. These surviving recordings were released in the UK by Network DVD in May 2009.

For its theme music, Escape Into Night used a segment of the third movement of the Symphony No.6 in E minor by Ralph Vaughan Williams.

It was filmed at Barr Beacon, Aldridge.

Follow That Camel

Follow That Camel is the fourteenth in the series of Carry On films to be made, released in December 1967. Like its predecessor Don't Lose Your Head, it does not have the words "Carry On" in its original title (though for screenings outside the United Kingdom it was known as Carry On In The Legion, and it is alternatively titled Carry On ... Follow That Camel). It parodies the much-filmed 1924 book Beau Geste, by PC Wren, and other French Foreign Legion films. This film was producer Peter Rogers's attempt to break into the American market; Phil Silvers (in his only Carry On) is heavily featured in a Sergeant Bilko-esque role. He appears alongside Carry On regulars Kenneth Williams, Jim Dale, Charles Hawtrey, Joan Sims, Peter Butterworth and Bernard Bresslaw. Angela Douglas makes the third of her four Carry On appearances. Anita Harris makes the first of her two Carry On appearances.

Golden Fiddles

Golden Fiddles is a 1994 Australian mini series based on the novel by Mary Grant Bruce. It was shot from 23 July to 16 September 1991 and was re-edited into a TV movie in 1994.

Home Sweet Home (TV series)

Home Sweet Home is a 1980 Australian comedy television series produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, starring John Bluthal.

The series was created by Vince Powell, and the pilot was produced by Michael Mills. William Motzing wrote the music.

Writers for the series included: Powell, Charles Stamp, Ralph Peterson, Ian Heydon, David Dorimo and Hugh Stuckey

List of Doctor Who cast members

This is a list of actors who have appeared in the long-running British science fiction television series, Doctor Who. For other related lists see below.

List of It Ain't Half Hot Mum episodes

This is an episode list for the BBC television sitcom It Ain't Half Hot Mum by Jimmy Perry and David Croft, broadcast between 3 January 1974, and 3 September 1981.

It Ain't Half Hot Mum episodes were filmed between 1973 and 1981 with a break in 1979.

Series 1 to 4 took place in Deolali, India, whilst series 5 to 8 took place in Tin Min, Burma.

All episodes are 30 minutes long.

The episodes "A Star is Born" and "It's a Wise Child" no longer exist in their complete form as their original master tapes were wiped by the BBC shortly after their repeat broadcasts. Australian off-air VHS copies of both episodes, cut for screening on a commercial channel, were discovered in 1988. They are not of broadcast quality, but were included as extras on the series 1 DVD.

List of The Bill cast members

A list of notable actors and actresses who have appeared in the television show The Bill.

List of The Bill episodes

This is a list of The Bill episodes.

Play of the Month

Play of the Month is a BBC television anthology series, which ran from 1965 to 1983 featuring productions of classic and contemporary stage plays (or adaptations) which were usually broadcast on BBC1. Each production featured a different work, often using prominent British stage actors in the leading roles. The series was transmitted regularly from October 1965 to May 1979, before returning for the summer seasons of 1982 and 1983. The producer most associated with the Play of the Month series was Cedric Messina.

Some of the 120 episodes are missing from the archives, having been junked in the 1960s and 1970s. Unless stated otherwise, the indication that the play is "lost" is taken from the lostshows.com website page as of 8 January 2019. In some cases, the link is to the Play of the Month in question rather than the source text. This is indicated with an asterisk (*).

Return of the Saint

Return of the Saint was a British action-adventure television series that aired for one season in 1978 and 1979 in Britain on ITV, and was also broadcast on CBS in the United States. It was co-produced by ITC Entertainment and the Italian broadcaster RAI and ran for 24 episodes.

Selkie (film)

Selkie (Meaning: Seal Folk) is a 2000 Australian family fantasy film. It features former Sick Puppies lead singer Shimon Moore.

The Bill (series 8)

The eighth series of The Bill, a British television drama, consisted of 105 episodes, broadcast between 2 January – 31 December 1992. The series was released on DVD for the first time on 6 June 2012, in Australia. It features the above artwork, which features images of PC Steve Loxton and DC Mike Dashwood.

The House That Vanished

The House That Vanished (also released under the titles Scream... and Die!, and Please! Don't Go in the Bedroom) is a 1973 British horror film directed by José Ramón Larraz, written by Derek Ford, and starring Andrea Allan, Karl Lanchbury, and Edmund Pegge. Its plot follows a young fashion model who witnesses a murder in an abandoned house in the woods, but is unable to relocate it after reporting the crime to police.

The Invisible Enemy (Doctor Who)

The Invisible Enemy is the second serial of the 15th season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four weekly parts on BBC1 from 1 to 22 October 1977. The serial introduced the robot dog K9, voiced by John Leeson.

In the serial, an intelligent virus intends to spread across the universe after finding a suitable spawning location on the moon Titan.

The Phoenix Files

The Phoenix Files is a young adult science fiction adventure series written by Australian author Chris Morphew. The series consists of six books: Arrival, Contact, Mutation, Underground, Fallout and Doomsday, the latest being released in Australia on 1 June 2013. A US release followed on 1 July 2013. The books have been well received by critics and gained praise from authors including Michael Grant and have sold thousands of copies in Australia.The Phoenix Files series was released in the UK from September 2011. As of 2016 the books are published in three volumes: Man in the Shadows, Blood in the Ashes and Life in the Flames.

The Strange Case of the End of Civilization as We Know It

The Strange Case of the End of Civilisation as We Know It is a 1977 comedy directed by Joseph McGrath and starring John Cleese. It is a low-budget spoof of the Sherlock Holmes detective series, as well as the mystery genre in general.

The Tempest (1963 film)

The Tempest is a 1963 Australian TV play, an adaptation of the play by William Shakespeare. Directed by Alan Burke, it stars Reg Livermore.

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