Albert Pierrepoint - Film, TV, Theatrical, and Other Adaptations - in Film

In Film

  • He is portrayed (briefly) by Edwin Brown executing Timothy Evans (as played by John Hurt) in the 1971 film 10 Rillington Place. Pierrepoint served as an uncredited technical advisor on this film.
  • In the 1991 film Let Him Have It, about Derek Bentley, Pierrepoint is played by Clive Revill.
  • A film about Pierrepoint's life was made in 2005, starring Timothy Spall as Pierrepoint. The film went on general UK release in April 2006 under the title Pierrepoint and was released in the US under the title Pierrepoint: The Last Hangman. The film claims before the closing credits that Pierrepoint conducted 608 executions.

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