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C. Aubrey Smith

C. Aubrey Smith

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  • My boyfriend!

    • Connie S Battista
    • 2011-07-21

    Because I love to watch him act - my family says: "your boyfriend is on". I especially love his acting in Four Feathers, and Little Lord Fauntleroy. I cried along with him in the scene where he thinks Fauntleroy is not his grandson. Connie S. Battista

  • C. Aubrey Smith

    • nshepard
    • 2010-08-15

    Statuesque British Actor with American ties. Terrific screen presence, and emphasized the gentle giant . Immortalized as the Commander McBragg cartoon Died way to young. Never gave a bad performance.

  • C Aubry Smith One of the British Greats

    • Ric
    • 2009-12-03

    C Aubry Smith was great in Rebecca as the police commisioner and he was so good with Vivien Leigh in Waterloo Bridge. I was most impressed in the latter. There hasnt been one of his caliber since his passing. I really liked him.

  • C. Aubrey Smith is awesome!

    • Deborah
    • 2009-09-29

    Fantastic strong personality. Could go from a tyrant to a loving grandfather before you could blink.

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    • aubrey w smith
    • 2007-10-05

    i understand he was one of the best actor ever.

  • Great actor!

    • Nick Dane
    • 2007-03-06

    I have watched many movies in which C.Aubrey Smith acted. He always performed his roles flawlessly.

  • For Rhonda

    • Todd
    • 2006-12-15

    He made the movie in 1948, but the film was not released until 1949.

  • Sir C. Aubrey Smith

    • Rhonda
    • 2006-07-21

    If Sir C. Aubrey Smith died in 1948 how could he have appeared in the movie Little Women that was not made until 1949? I am confused!!

  • Lovable character

    • Norm Woodward
    • 2006-03-17

    In the movie "The Four Feathers" I just loved his scenes when he was talking about his battles.

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