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Also Known As: Died: September 6, 1992
Born: February 18, 1899 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: United Kingdom Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

House of Mortal Sin (1975) as Father Duggan
The Heroes of Telemark (1966) as Colonel Wilkinson
Norwegian resistance fighters try to stop Nazi experiments in nuclear warfare.
Heroes of Telemark (To Be Deleted), The (1965) as Col Wilkinson
During World War II, two Norwegians uncover a Nazi plan to build nuclear weapons and are left to sabotage it on their own after a British invasion fails.
They All Died Laughing (1964) as Willie Pugh-Smith
The Old Dark House (1963) as Potiphar
An eccentric millionaire invites a car salesman to visit his decaying family home.
The Victors (1963) as Dennis
Intercutting dramatic vignettes with newsreel footage, the story follows the characters from an infantry squad as they make their way from Sicily to Germany during the end of World War II.
55 Days at Peking (1963) as Clergyman
An American major leads the defense against Chinese revolutionaries in 1900 Peking.
80,000 Suspects (1963)
A doctor must contend with a smallpox epidemic and his failing marriage.
The Day of the Triffids (1962) as Professor Coker
A shower of meteorites produces a glow that blinds anyone that looks at it. As it was such a beautiful sight, most people were watching, and as a consequence, 99% of the population go blind. This chaos results in the escape of some Triffids: experimental plants that are capable of moving themselves around and attacking people.
Never Let Go (1962) as Alfie Barnes
A cosmetic salesman sets out to prove to himself and his wife that he is not a failure.
No Love for Johnnie (1961) as Charlie Young
A British politician is torn between winning an election and being true to the woman he loves.
Francis of Assisi (1961) as Brother Juniper
The story of a lusty, fighting young adventurer who exchanged his sword for a cross.
Call Me Genius (1961) as London art gallery manager
Anthony Hancock gives up his office job to become an abstract artist. He has a lot of enthusiasm, but little talent, and critics scorn his work. Nevertheless, he impresses an emerging very talented artist.
The Sundowners (1960) as Jack Patchogue
An Australian sheepherder and his wife clash over their nomadic existence and their son's future.
Vicious Circle, The (1959) as Dr Kimber
The Devil's Disciple (1959) as Rev. Maindeck Parshotter
A preacher and a rebel leader change places during the Revolution.
The Gypsy And The Gentleman (1958) as Brook
A gypsy maiden tries to seduce a drunken nobleman in order to better her class.
Doctor at Large (1957) as Smith
A young doctor tries to survive a series of disastrous internships.
The Counterfeit Plan (1957) as Louie [Bernard]
Moby Dick (1956) as Peleg
Epic adaptation of Herman Melville's classic about a vengeful sea captain out to catch the whale that maimed him.
1984 (1956) as Jones
In a futuristic, state-run society controlled by "Big Brother" in which love is outlawed, employee of the state Winston Smith falls for Julia, and is tortured and brainwashed for his crime.
Finger Of Guilt (1956) as Ernest Chapple
Blackmail threatens an American filmmaker''''s attempts to rebuild his career in England.
Nineteen Eighty-Four (1956) as Jones
Post nuclear dystopic vision set in London in which the government controls everything, sex is illegal and everyone's paranoia is founded in reality.
Romeo and Juliet (1954) as Friar Laurence
Film adaptation of Shakespeare's classic romantic tragedy.
The Master of Ballantrae (1953) as MacKellar
A Scottish lord rebels against the British by taking up piracy.
The Magic Box (1951)
A successful photographer becomes obsessed with inventing a motion picture projector.
A Christmas Carol (1951) as Bob Cratchit
Ghosts visit a miser during the holidays to teach him the errors of his ways.
Quartet (1949) as Samuel Sunbury
W. Somerset Maugham introduces four of his most famous short stories.
Edward, My Son (1949) as Harry Simpkin
A possessive father destroys anyone who threatens his plans for his son.
Captain Boycott (1947)
Irish peasants revolt against a cruel British landlord.
Captive Heart, The (1946)
After the evacuation at Dunkirk, June 1940, some thousands of British prisoners are sent to German P.O.W. camps. One such group includes "Capt. Geoffrey Mitchell," a concentration-camp escapee who assumed the identity of a dead British officer. To avoid exposure, "Mitchell" must correspond with the dead man's estranged wife Celia. But eventual exposure seems certain, and the men must find a way to get him out. If he reaches England, though, what will his reception be?
Dead of Night (1945) as Walter Craig
Guests at a country estate share stories of the supernatural.
My Learned Friend (1943)
An insane murderer is on the loose, and gunning for the men who put him away. Will Hay is on the list, and co-opts Claude Hulbert to try and stop him from meeting a grisly end. This black comedy suggests that, had he lived, Will Hay might have moved on to the darker corners of Ealing comedies such as 'The Ladykillers'.
Went the Day Well? (1942)
The residents of a British village during WWII welcome a platoon of soldiers who are to be billeted with them. The trusting residents then discover that the soldiers are Germans who proceed to hold the village captive.
The Girl in the News (1941) as James Fetherwood
Nurse Anne Graham is controversially - but rightly - acquitted of murder after her elderly patient dies in suspicious circumstances. Changing her name she gets a position nursing wheelchair-bound Edward Bentley, little suspecting that his wife and the butler are lovers setting Anne up so that when Bentley is found dead it looks like a repeat of the earlier case.
Jamaica Inn (1939) as Thomas
A young woman on the British coast stumbles onto a ring of bloodthirsty scavengers.

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