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- Well-Regarded in Private Life
- Comedic Ability
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- Risk-taker or Innovator
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Born Ernest Allen in London, England 1896 , this English/American Actor played Drama and Comedy with equal exceptional ability. Better known for his dramatic roles Allen Mowbray was also a playwright and starred in the only TV comedy series to be refilmed on another network. In the early 1950's, "Colonel Humphrey Flack" premiered on the Dumont TV Network for 39 episodes. Then in 1959 the series was refilmed, frame by frame for air on CBS, the only TV series, EVER, in the history of television, to have this done. But for some reason, this TV series seems to bee lost in obscurity, and there seems to be little interest in saving it. Co-starring was the wise cracking Frank Jenks as Uthas P. Garvey, AKA as "Patsy." The series was also known as "Flacks Frauds" and "The Imposters." Alan Mowbray was cast allot as erudite types including butlers, aristocratic englishmen, and business types. Starred with 3 different actors portraying Sherlock Holmes. One of the original members who formed SAG(Screen Actors Guild). Never saw him give a bad performance, Allen Mowbray sadly left us in 1969, surviving are his wife and two children. Very underrated, but a true professional.