Actor David Haig (1955)

David Haig
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The Witness for the Prosecution
Witness for the Prosecution

Director: Julian Jarrold
Genre: Detective (Movies)
Cast:
Billy Howle
Billy Howle
Andrea Riseborough
Andrea Riseborough
David Haig
David Haig
The Witness for the Prosecution is a 2016 British mystery drama thriller television serial broadcast on BBC One over Christmas 2016. The two-part programme was adapted by Sarah Phelps and directed by Julian Jarrold and is based on Agatha Christie’s short story of the same name. The expanded plot is based on Christie’s original short story with the original ending, which is different than that of previous stage, film and television versions, including Billy Wilder’s 1957 film version.
The 39 Steps
The 39 Steps

Director: James Hawes
Genre: Thriller (Movies)
Cast:
Rupert Penry-Jones
Rupert Penry-Jones
David Haig
David Haig
Eddie Marsan
Eddie Marsan
The story starts on 28 June 1914; Richard Hannay, a mining engineer and an intelligence officer during the Second Boer War, is in London following his recent return from Africa, finding England “cliquey”, “class-bound” and “deathly, deathly dull”. Evading German spies, Scudder pushes himself into Hannay’s flat and reveals himself to be a betrayed freelance British Secret Service Bureau agent, who has been on the trail of a German espionage ring with headquarters in Scotland. He has heard rumours of a plot to assassinate a high-ranking European royal, which could lead to war. Believing he will soon be killed, he hands Hannay a notebook to pass ...