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Also Known As: Sir John Clements Died: April 6, 1988
Born: April 25, 1910 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: actor, director, artistic director

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Gandhi (1982) Advocate General
2.
 Oh! What a Lovely War (1969) General von Moltke
3.
 The Mind Benders (1963) Major Hall
4.
 Silent Enemy, The (1959) Admiral
5.
6.
 Convoy (1940)
7.
 The Four Feathers (1939) Harry Faversham
8.
 South Riding (1938) Astell
9.
 Knight Without Armor (1937) Poushkoff
10.
 Rembrandt (1936) [Govaert] Flinck
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1930:
Stage acting and directing debut
1935:
First film as actor
1948:
First film as director "Call of the Blood"

Education

University of Cambridge: Cambridge , England -

Notes

Knighted in 1968.

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wife:
Kay Hammond. Actor. Second wife, deceased.

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