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Robertson Hare was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Hare began his career with roles in "It's a Boy" (1933) with Edward Everett Horton and "The Magic Box" (1951). Hare then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in the Laurence Harvey comedy "Three Men in a Boat" (1956), the Leslie Phillips comedy "Crooks Anonymous" (1962) and the comedic adaptation "Hotel Paradiso" (1966) with Alec Guinness. Later in his career, Hare acted in "Salt and Pepper" (1968). Hare passed away in January 1979 at the age of 88.

Robertson Hare was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Hare began his career with roles in "It's a Boy" (1933) with Edward Everett Horton and "The Magic Box" (1951). Hare then began to rack up a number of film credits, including roles in the Laurence Harvey comedy "Three Men in a Boat" (1956), the Leslie Phillips comedy "Crooks Anonymous" (1962) and the comedic adaptation "Hotel Paradiso" (1966) with Alec Guinness. Later in his career, Hare acted in "Salt and Pepper" (1968). Hare passed away in January 1979 at the age of 88.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Salt & Pepper (1968) Dove
2.
 Hotel Paradiso (1966) Duke
3.
 Murder on the Campus (1963) Ronald Fortescue
4.
 Crooks Anonymous (1963) Grimsdale
5.
 Wonderful To Be Young! (1962) Chauffeur
6.
 Three Men in a Boat (1956) Photograper
7.
 The Adventures of Sadie (1955) Professor Gibble
8.
 The Magic Box (1951)
9.
 One Wild Oat (1951) Humphrey Proudfoot
10.
 So This Is London (1940) Henry Honeycutt
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