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Edric Connor worked in a variety of genres and built up a diverse and reputable career. Connor started off his career in film with roles in the drama "Cry, the Beloved Country" (1952) with Sidney Poitier and "West of Zanzibar" (1955). Connor began to focus on film after appearing in "Moby Dick" (1956) with Gregory Peck, the Errol Flynn dramatic adaptation "The Roots of Heaven" (1958) and the adaptation "The Vikings" (1958) with Kirk Douglas. He also appeared in the John Cassavetes dramatic adaptation "Virgin Island" (1960), "King of Kings" (1961) and the comedy "Four For Texas" (1963) with Frank Sinatra. Toward the end of his career, Connor acted in the crime adaptation "Only When I Larf" (1968) with Richard Attenborough.

Edric Connor worked in a variety of genres and built up a diverse and reputable career. Connor started off his career in film with roles in the drama "Cry, the Beloved Country" (1952) with Sidney Poitier and "West of Zanzibar" (1955). Connor began to focus on film after appearing in "Moby Dick" (1956) with Gregory Peck, the Errol Flynn dramatic adaptation "The Roots of Heaven" (1958) and the adaptation "The Vikings" (1958) with Kirk Douglas. He also appeared in the John Cassavetes dramatic adaptation "Virgin Island" (1960), "King of Kings" (1961) and the comedy "Four For Texas" (1963) with Frank Sinatra. Toward the end of his career, Connor acted in the crime adaptation "Only When I Larf" (1968) with Richard Attenborough.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The High Commissioner (1968) Julius
2.
 Only When I Larf (1968) Awana
3.
 4 for Texas (1963) Prince George
4.
 King of Kings (1961) Balthazar
5.
 Virgin Island (1960) Captain Jason
6.
 The Vikings (1958) Sandpiper
7.
 The Roots of Heaven (1958) Waitari
8.
 The Beasts Of Marseilles (1957) Abou
9.
 Fire Down Below (1957) Jimmy Jean
10.
 Moby Dick (1956) Daggoo
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