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A prolific actor, John Francis Lane made a name for himself in dramatic film. Lane started off his career in film with roles in the comedic drama "La Dolce Vita" (1961) with Marcello Mastroianni and the Franco Nero dramatic adaptation "A Quiet Place in the Country" (1970). He went on to act in the adaptation "I Racconti di Canterbury" (1972) with Hugh Griffith, "Moses -- the Lawgiver" (1974-75) and the period drama "Another Time, Another Place" (1983) with Phyllis Logan. Later in his career, Lane acted in the Vincent Spano drama "Good Morning Babylon" (1987).

A prolific actor, John Francis Lane made a name for himself in dramatic film. Lane started off his career in film with roles in the comedic drama "La Dolce Vita" (1961) with Marcello Mastroianni and the Franco Nero dramatic adaptation "A Quiet Place in the Country" (1970). He went on to act in the adaptation "I Racconti di Canterbury" (1972) with Hugh Griffith, "Moses -- the Lawgiver" (1974-75) and the period drama "Another Time, Another Place" (1983) with Phyllis Logan. Later in his career, Lane acted in the Vincent Spano drama "Good Morning Babylon" (1987).

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 Another Time, Another Place (1983) Farmer
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 Canterbury Tales, The (1972) The Monk
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 A Quiet Place in the Country (1970) Asylum attendant
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 El Greco (1966) De Agueda
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 The Witch's Curse (1963) Coachman
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 La dolce vita (1961)
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 Moses (1975) Consul
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