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Broken... British drama "Broken Blossoms" (1936) tells the story of Chinese immigrant Chen... more info $6.98was $6.98 Buy Now

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Also Known As: Died: July 15, 1940
Born: April 11, 1888 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

Major Barbara (1941) as Peter Shirley
A munitions manufacturer tries to reconcile with his revivalist daughter.
Band Waggon (1939)
A pair of radio clowns discover a German spy ring operating out of an old castle.
Troopship (1937) as
Love from a Stranger (1937) as Hobson
Carol wins the lottery, but unfortunately her sudden wealth leads to a disagreement with her fiancé Ronald, and the two break up. Carol quickly falls in love with the romantic and mysterious Gerald, and marries him despite the warnings of her friends. It is not long before Carol begins to see that Gerald is disturbed and perhaps even dangerous, and she soon realizes that she is in great peril.
Dreaming Lips (1937) as The Philosopher
Fire over England (1937) as Don Escobal
A British spy infiltrates the Spanish court to thwart their planned invasion of England.
The Man Who Lived Again (1936) as Clayton
Dr. Laurence, a once-respectable scientist, begins to research the origin of the mind and the soul. The science community rejects him, and he risks losing everything for which he has worked. He begins to use his discoveries to save his research and further his own causes, thereby becoming... a Mad Scientist, almost unstoppable...
Broken Blossoms (1936)
The spiritual and peace-loving Chen resides in London's Limehouse district, where he teaches and promotes peaceful Buddhist concepts. He is attracted to the beleaguered Lucy Burrows, whose prizefighter father beats her persistently. When Chen rescues Lucy from one of her father's attacks, the boxer sets out to avenge himself on the foreigner.
Scrooge (1935)
The legendary miser searches his past, present and future to discover the true meaning of Christmas.
The Clairvoyant (1935) as Derelict
A fake psychic suddenly turns into the real thing when he meets a young beauty.
Sorrell and Son (1934) as Sir Richard Orange
Orders Is Orders (1934) as Pavey
Red Ensign (1934)
David Barr is the manager and chief designer of a British shipyard (when we still built ships). The shipyard is in financial trouble but Barr has a design for a new ship that will save them all. Can he get the ship built in spite of the opposition from his own bankers as well as the rival shipbuilders and their infiltrated militants.
Friday the 13th (1934) as
This film examines the stories of the passengers of a bus accident.
I Was a Spy (1933) as Cnockhaert
The Ghost Train (1933) as Saul Hodgkin
Number Seventeen (1932)
A detective sets out to recover a necklace lifted by jewel thieves.
Bells, The (1931)
Mathias, an Alsatian innkeeper, murders a rich Pole staying at his inn But Mathias' conscience will not let him rest, and the murdered man's spirit drives the innkeeper nearly mad. The victim's brother calls for an inquest and brings with him a sideshow mesmerist supposedly able to read minds. Mathias, as burgomaster, is called upon to conduct the inquest, but under the intuitive eye of the mesmerist cannot resist torment of his own conscience.
Murder (1930)
A juror who had voted to convict a murder suspect tries to prove someone else did it before the execution date.
Elstree Calling (1930)
A series of 19 musical and comedy "vaudeville" sketches presented in the form of a live broadcast hosted by Tommy Handley (as himself). There are two "running gags" which connect the sketches. In one, an actor wants to perform Shakespeare, but he is continually denied air-time. The other gag has an inventor trying to view the broadcast on television. Four of the sketches are in color (in shades of yellow and brown only).
Blackmail (1929) as Tracy--The Blackmailer
A shopkeeper's daughter fights off blackmail after she kills a young artist who had tried to rape her.
Shooting Stars (1927) as Andy Wilks
The husband and wife acting team of Mae Feather and Julian Gordon is torn apart when he discovers she is having an affair with the screen comedian Andy Wilks. Mae hatches a plot to kill her husband by putting a real bullet in the prop gun which will be fired at him during the making of their new film, 'Prairie Love'.

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