Laurence Harvey

Laurence Harvey (Zvi Mosheh Skikne) was a jewish Lithuanian-British mind controlled actor, used to push the gay agenda, normalise mind control and to announce the JFK ritual with Lee Harvey Oswald. He married Margaret Leighton (Hitchcock movie Under Capricorn, The Night of the Iguana of Tennessee Williams CCF), Joan Perry/Elizabeth Miller (ex-wife of Harry Cohn of Columbia, in Nine Lives Are Not Enough with Knight of Malta Ronald Reagan), and Paulene Stone (Swinging London scene, school of Jean Shrimpton).

His name Zvi refers to Antichrist figure Sabbatai Zvi. He grew up in South Africa as Harry (=Harry Spencer).

He was trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (Joan Collins, Anthony Hopkins, John Hurt, Ian Holm, Roger Moore, Clive Owen, David Warner, Tom Wilkinson, current president Kenneth Branagh).

Margaret Leighton was previously married to Max Reinhardt (LSE), who published George Bernard Shaw (Fabian Society) and Graham Greene (MI6 under Kim Philby). She later married Michael Wilding, ex-husband of Elizabeth Taylor.

His daughter with Paulene Stone, Domino (name of prostitute in Eyes Wide Shut) Harvey was born 8/7/1969, 2 days before the 911 Sharon Tate ritual. She worked as a bounty hunter and was a friend of Hollywood director Tony Scott.

She died in 2005. Keira Knightley (Disney) played her in Tony Scott's film Domino (2005) with Mickey Rourke, Mena Suvari, Lucy Liu, Christopher Walken, Mo'Nique, Tom Waits, Jerry Springer, Brian Austin Green,..

Paulene Stone also had a child with Peter Morton (Hard Rock Café, Phi Sigma Delta like Peter Yarrow) related to Harry Morton, co-owner of Johnny Depp's nightclub The Viper Room (ritual of River Phoenix).

He was a friend of John Drummond 15th Baron Strange (Oddfellows lodge), married to Violet Jardine.

He died 11/25/1973 like Albert DeSalvo (the 'Boston Strangler', Keira Knightley played in Boston Strangler).

Astrological chart

born 10/1/1928, date Jimmy Carter (assassination attempt Raymond Lee Harvey), Richard Harris, Playboy, Julie Andrews, Theresa May, Zach Galifianakis, Walter Matthau, Stephen Paddock shooting in Las Vegas.

Dom: Taurus (the Hierophant), Scorpio, Libra - Moon (like Mary Todd Lincoln, Robert de Niro), Venus, Mercury.

Uranus in Aries, Moon and Jupiter in Taurus, Mars in Gemini, Pluto in Cancer, Neptune in Virgo, Sun in Libra, Venus conj Mercury and Lilith in Scorpio, Saturn in Sagittarius.

died 11/25/1973, day of death Albert DeSalvo, date Julius Caesar play of John Wilkes, JFK funeral, Harvey Spencer Lewis, Phantom of the Opera, Christina Applegate, Joe Dimaggio (Marilyn Monroe).


1948 House of Darkness Francis Merryman Oswald Mitchell Gordon Myers International Motion Pictures Lesley Brook, John Stuart
1949 Man on the Run Detective Sergeant Lawson Lawrence Huntington Associated British Picture Corporation Derek Farr, Joan Hopkins Alfie Bass (Fearless Vampire Killers with Roman Polanski and Sharon Tate) Edward Chapman (like Lennon's killer Mark David Chapman)
1949 The Man from Yesterday
1949 Landfall P/O Hooper Ken Annakin Victor Skutezky edited by Peter Graham Scott (mind control series The Prisoner)
1950 Cairo Road Lt. Mourad David MacDonald
1950 The Dancing Years Minor Role Harold French Warwick Ward
1950 The Black Rose (=Black Dahlia) Edmond Henry Hathaway Louis D. Lighton 20th Century Fox Tyrone Power (Zorro), Orson Welles, Cécile Aubry, Jack Hawkins
1950 Seven Days to Noon Soldier John Boulting, Roy Boulting John Boulting, Roy Boulting Associated British Picture Corporation written by Paul Dehn (CIA, the Farm)
1951 Scarlet Thread Freddie Lewis Gilbert (James Bond) Ernest G. Roy
1951 There Is Another Sun Mag Maguire Lewis Gilbert Ernest G. Roy
1952 I Believe in You Jordie Bennett Joan Collins (Colonna)
1952 A Killer Walks Ned Ronald Drake
1952 Women of Twilight Jerry Nolan Gordon Parry Romulus Films (backed by SG Warburg)
1953 Innocents in Paris François Gordon Parry
1954 The Good Die Young Miles Ravenscourt Joan Collins Margaret Leighton
1954 King Richard and the Crusaders (Richard III symbolism in the Abraham Lincoln shooting) Sir Kenneth of Huntington David Butler Henry Blanke Warner Bros. Rex Harrison Paula Raymond (cousin of publisher of Weird Tales with HP Lovecraft)
1954 Romeo and Juliet Romeo Renato Castellani
1955 I Am a Camera Christopher Isherwood (gay agenda with WH Auden, friend of Truman Capote and Aldous Huxley) Henry Cornelius (gay agenda) Remus Films Julie Harris (The Bell Jar) Shelley Winters (The New School) Ron Randell Guy Green (Once Is Not Enough)
1955 Storm Over the Nile Terence Young (James Bond) Christopher Lee cinematography by Edward Scaife (=Mellon)
1956 Three Men in a Boat George Ken Annakin (worked for Disney) Shirley Eaton (James Bond)
1957 After the Ball (blue veil of Scorpio) Walter de Frece Compton Bennett Leonard Sachs
1957 The Truth About Women Sir Humphrey Tavistock (Tavistock) Muriel Box Sydney Box Beaconsfield Films Ltd Diane Cilento Eva Gabor (sister of Zsa Zsa Gabor, married to Knight of Malta Conrad Hilton) Roberto Rietti (The Omen)
1958 The Silent Enemy Lt Crabb William Fairchild Romulus Films Dawn Addams (Vittorio Massimo)
1959 Room at the Top Joe Lampton Jack Clayton John Woolf Simone Signoret as Alice (Alice in Wonderland programming) Derren Nesbitt (The Prisoner)
1959 Power Among Men Narrator Alexander Hackenschmied United Nations Film Services Documentary
1959 Expresso Bongo Johnny Jackson Val Guest Cliff Richard Sylvia Syms (The Queen about death of Diana)
1959 Alfred Hitchcock Presents Daniel Macnee (The Avengers) Hazel Court (The Masque of the Red Death)
1960 The Alamo (Texas Revolution) William Barret Travis John Wayne Richard Boone, Richard Widmark
1960 BUtterfield 8 Weston Ligget Daniel Mann (Neighborhood Playhouse) Pandro S. Berman Elizabeth Taylor, Eddie Fisher (father of Carrie Fisher), Dina Merrill MGM
1961 The Long and the Short and the Tall Pte. 'Bammo' Bamforth Leslie Norman (The Avengers) Michael Balcon Associated British Picture Corporation Richard Todd, Richard Harris (Order of Malta), David McCallum John Mellon
1961 Two Loves Paul Lathrope Charles Walters Julian Blaustein Shirley MacLaine (sister of Warren Beatty CFR, sister-in-law of Anette Benning), Jack Hawkins 6/21 date William MGM
1961 Summer and Smoke John Buchanan Jr Peter Glenville Hal Wallis Geraldine Page as Alma, Rita Moreno, John McIntire, Earl Holliman Una Merkel (42nd Street) play of Tennessee Williams CCF Paramount Pictures
1962 Walk on the Wild Side (book of Nelson Algren) Edward Dmytryk Charles K. Feldman Jane Fonda (Actors Studio), Barbara Stanwyck Columbia Pictures
1962 The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm Wilhelm Grimm (role also played by Matt Damon and Joker Heath Ledger) Henry Levin George Pal Claire Bloom, Barbara Eden (I Dream of Jeannie, 'The Cobbler and the Elves') Terry-Thomas Yvette Mimieux (reference to Mimieux in Inglourious Basterds) Andy Strang MGM
1962 The Manchurian Candidate Raymond Shaw John Frankenheimer George Axelrod United Artists Frank Sinatra (Order of Malta), Angela Lansbury, Janet Leigh (=Jackie Lee, married to Tony Curtis trained at The New School, mother of Jamie Lee Curtis) as Rosie, James Gregory (character based on jesuit Joseph McCarthy), James Edwards (Stanley Kubrick's The Killing) Henry Silva (Actors Studio of Elia Kazan ACCF, Ocean's 11) Joe Adams (manager of Ray Charles) Khigh Dhiegh (also in Seconds and The Mephisto Waltz)

1962 A Girl Named Tamiko Ivan Kalin John Sturges Hal Wallis Paramount Pictures France Nguyen, Martha Hyer
1963 The Running Man (fakes his own death like Crowley) Rex Black Carol Reed  Columbia Pictures Lee Remick (The Omen), Alan Bates (Women in Love of Ken Russell) John Mellon, actors Harvey and Lee, used in the Warren Commission (the JFK ritual).
1963 The Ceremony Sean McKenna United Artists Sarah Miles (Blow-Up), Robert Walker Jr. Jack McGowran
1964 Of Human Bondage Phillip Carey Ken Hughes (Chitty Chitty Bang Bang) James Woolf MGM Kim Novak
1964 The Outrage Husband Martin Ritt A. Ronald Lubin MGM Paul Newman, Claire Bloom Howard Da Silva William Shatner
1964 The Ed Sullivan Show
1965 Darling Miles Brand John Schlesinger Joseph E. Levine Embassy Pictures Julie Christie (relationship with Terence Stamp, Swinging London) Dirk Bogarde
1965 Life at the Top Joe Lampton Ted Kotcheff James Woolf Romulus Films Jean Simmons Honor Blackman (James Bond) Daliah Lavi (Casino Royale)
1965 The Doctor and the Devil Nicholas Ray Raymond Brandt
1966 The Spy with a Cold Nose Dr. Francis Trevelyan Daniel Petrie Joseph E. Levine Embassy Pictures Corp. Daliah Lavi, Lionel Jeffries
1967 The Winter's Tale (Winter king Frederick V and Elizabeth) King Leonites Frank Dunlop (director) Cressida Film Productions Jane Asher (girlfriend Paul McCartney), Diana Churchill
1968 A Dandy in Aspic (alternate personalities in mind control) Eberlin Anthony Mann (parents members of the Theosophical Society) Columbia Pictures Mia Farrow (wife of Frank Sinatra), Tom Courtenay music by jesuit Quincy Jones
1968 The Charge of the Light Brigade Russian Prince Uncredited Trevor Howard Vanessa Redgrave David Hemmings (Eye of the Devil with Sharon Tate)
1968 The Last Roman Cethegus Robert Siodmak CCC Filmkunst Sylva Koscina, Orson Welles Harriett Andersson (wife of Ingmar Bergman)
1969 Rebus Jeff Miller Nino Zanchin Ann-Margret
1969 L'assoluto naturale He – Producer and co-star Mauro Bolognini Productions Sylvia Koscina
1969 The Magic Christian (=The M.C.) Hamlet Joseph McGrath (Casino Royale with Orson Welles) Denis O'Dell Commonwealth United Entertainment Group Inc. Peter Sellers, John Cleese Richard Attenborough Ringo Starr Roman (Raymond) Polanski Raquel Welch Christopher Lee
1969 Joker's Wild tv show
1970 WUSA Farley Stuart Rosenberg John Foreman (producer) Paramount Pictures Paul Newman Joanne Woodward Anthony Perkins
1970 Tchaikovsky Narrator Igor Talankin Innokenti Smoktunovsky Mosfilm
1970 The Deep (unfinished) Hughie Warriner Orson Welles Jeanne Moreau
1972 Escape to the Sun (Habricha El Hashemesh) Major Kirsanov Menahem Golan (Mossad) Noah Films Josephine Chaplin (daughter of Charlie Chaplin) Lila Kedrova, John Ireland Jack Hawkins
1973 Night Watch (the Tower) John Wheeler Brian G. Hutton Joseph E. Levine Avco Embassy Pictures Elizabeth Taylor Billie Whitelaw
1973 F for Fake Himself Orson Welles Clifford Irving (wrote fake biography of Howard Hughes) Peter Bogdanovich Les Films de l'Astrophore
1974 Welcome to Arrow Beach Jason Henry John Cushingham Warner Bros. Joanna Pettet (friend of Sharon Tate, invited at night of the 911 Sharon Tate ritual), Stuart Whitman, John Ireland
1974 Yellow-Headed Summer

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