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Frank Pettingell worked in a variety of genres and built up a diverse and reputable career. Debuting in roles such as the Edmund Gwenn musical "The Good Companions" (1932), the dramatic adaptation "Escape" (1948) with Rex Harrison, and "The Magic Box" (1951) was where Pettingell began his career in film. Pettingell then began to rack up a number of film credits including roles in the adventure "The Crimson Pirate" (1952) with Burt Lancaster, "Value For Money" (1955) and "Trial and Error" (1962) with Richard Attenborough. He also appeared in the Laurence Olivier dramatic adaptation "Term of Trial" (1963), "Becket" (1964) and "The Promoter." Pettingell also acted in "Up the Creek!."
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