Naunton Wayne


Naunton Wayne

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Dead of Night (1945) - The Golfing Story George (Basil Radford) must stay within six feet of a ghost (Naunton Wayne) on his wedding night in "The Golfing Story" from the anthology Dead of Night, 1945.
Night Train To Munich (1940) - He Played For The Gentlemen Two new characters, about an hour into the picture, Basil Radford and Naunton Wayne as Brits Charters and Caldicott are catching the Berlin to Munich train when they’re surprised to see Rex Harrison, as undercover agent Randall, posing as a Nazi, sneaking Margaret Lockwood and her father out of Germany, watched by suspicious Paul Henreid, with a not-too obscure cricket reference, in Carol Reed’s Night Train To Munich, 1940.
Lady Vanishes, The (1938) - Third Rate Country Their train stuck in fictional Alpine Vandreka, English Caldicott and Charters (Naunton Wayne, Basil Radford) griping, the innkeeper (Emile Boreo) managing single gals Googie Withers, Sally Stewart and Margaret Lockwood, as bride-to-be Iris, opening Alfred Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes, 1938.
Lady Vanishes, The (1938) - What's Happening To England Bothered cricket fans Caldicott and Charters (Naunton Wayne, Basil Radford) hijack the phone, then meet fellow stranded traveler Dame May Whitty, who will become the central character, in Alfred Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes, 1938, also starring Michael Redgrave and Margaret Lockwood.
Lady Vanishes, The (1938) - Rhymes With Joy Recently knocked on the head by a falling flower box, Iris, (Margaret Lockwood) with her new traveling companion Miss Froy (Dame May Whitty), both having caught the train after being stuck at a hotel in the Alps, a famous sequence from Alfred Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes, 1938.
Trio (1950) - Mr. Know-All After the author's introduction, the second of three stories by W. Somerset Maugham, called "Mr. Know-All," with Nigel Patrick the title character, British shipmates Wilfrid Hyde-White, Naunton Wayne and Anne Crawford his victims, in producer Sydney Box's Trio, 1950.
Obsession (1949) - As I Have Never Loved You Psychiatrist Dr. Riordan (Robert Newton) at work on a curious sketch, seeing a patient when his unfaithful wife Storm (Sally Gray) appears, pretending she's had news from her disappeared boyfriend, in Edward Dmytryk's Obsession, 1949, a.k.a The Hidden Room.

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