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Hugh Pryse made his mark in the world of entertainment when he worked on the adventure "Botany Bay" (1953) with James Mason. In 1952, he appeared in "Beauty and the Beast" at the Mercury Theatre in London. In 1951, he appeared in "A Sleep of Prisoners" at the Festival of Britain. In 1939, he made his first screen appearance in "Bridge-Head."

Hugh Pryse made his mark in the world of entertainment when he worked on the adventure "Botany Bay" (1953) with James Mason. In 1952, he appeared in "Beauty and the Beast" at the Mercury Theatre in London. In 1951, he appeared in "A Sleep of Prisoners" at the Festival of Britain. In 1939, he made his first screen appearance in "Bridge-Head."

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 Three Cases of Murder (1955) Jarvis
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 Botany Bay (1953) Ned Inching
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 Plymouth Adventure (1952) Samuel Fuller
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