Director Neill Blomkamp explores the lives of Marines and ODSTs on a last, desperate mission in a post-invasion Earth -- a mission that may secure the salvation, or usher the destruction of the entire galaxy. Edited together as a standalone piece for the first time, these three shorts are the first glimpse at what a live-action Halo could look like and a must-see for Halo fans of every stripe.
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Bernard Cribbins (born McDermott, on December 29, 1928 in Oldham, Lancashire) is an English character actor and musical comedian.Born in Derker, Oldham, he served an apprenticeship at the Oldham Repertory Theatre, taking a break during his years of study to undertake National Service with the Parachute Regiment in his late teens.
In 1962 he recorded two highly popular and well-remembered comedy records, "Hole in the Ground" (in which an embittered workman murders a bowler-hatted harasser) and "Right Said Fred" (in which a group of workmen struggle to relocate a large unspecified object, possibly a piano).
Cribbins made his first West End theatre appearance in 1956 at the Arts Theatre playing the two Dromios in A Comedy of Errors and went on to co-star in the first West End productions of Not Now Darling, There Goes the Bride and Run For Your Wife. He also starred in the revue An Another Thing, and recorded a single of a song from the show entitled "Folksong".
Cribbins appeared in films from the early 1950s, his portfolio including three Carry On films, the second Doctor Who film Daleks - Invasion Earth 2150 AD, and as the station porter, Perks, in The Railway Children. He was the narrator of the British animated children's TV series The Wombles. He also narrated a celebrated BBC radio adaptation of The Wind in the Willows and provided the voice of the iconic Tufty character in the Green Cross Code road safety films in the 1970s. He holds the record for reading the most episodes of Jackanory, with a total of 111 appearances. Other television appearances included Fawlty Towers, as the spoon salesman Mr Hutchinson (mistaken by Basil Fawlty for a hotel inspector) in the episode "The Hotel Inspectors" (1975). He also provided the voice of Buzby, a talking cartoon bird that served as the mascot for the then General Post Office, which later became British Telecommunications and was reduced to OO gauge in adverts for Hornby model trains. In 2003 he played Wally Bannister in the long running soap Coronation Street. In 2007 he appeared as Wilfred Mott in the Doctor Who Christmas special, "Voyage Of The Damned,"; he then reappeared as the same character throughout the 2008 season, now revealed as the grandfather of Donna Noble.