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Gilbert Davis made his mark in the world of entertainment when he worked on the adaptation "Enemy From Space" (1957) with Brian Donlevy. In 1949, he played Bagshawe in the Ealing comedy classic "Passport To Pimlico." In 1932, he made his screen debut in Korda's "Service For Ladies."

Gilbert Davis made his mark in the world of entertainment when he worked on the adaptation "Enemy From Space" (1957) with Brian Donlevy. In 1949, he played Bagshawe in the Ealing comedy classic "Passport To Pimlico." In 1932, he made his screen debut in Korda's "Service For Ladies."

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 The Entertainer (1960) Brother Bill
2.
 Enemy from Space (1957) Banker
3.
 Mr. Drake's Duck (1951) Sergeant major
5.
 The Amateur Gentleman (1936) The Prince Regent
6.
 Reserved for Ladies (1932) Octave
7.
 The Sign of Four (1932) Athelney Jones
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