Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli (Lord Beaconsfield)
Captain Edward Fairfax Vere
Lux Video Theatre
Sir Paul Maxim
(performer: "Untitled Oxford University Song" - uncredited)
(performer: "Sonata in A, K.331" 1783? - uncredited, "Mazurka" 1935 - uncredited)
A Notorious Affair
(performer: "Second Movement Andante" 1844 / "Second Movement Andante" 1844)
The Bishop Murder Case
(performer: "Waltz of the Flowers" 1891-2 - uncredited, "Waltz in A Minor, Op.34, No.2 'Waltz Brilliante'" 1831-39 - uncredited)
Breakdowns of 1938
Himself (The Adventures of Robin Hood wardrobe test)
Clip from 'Tales of Terror'
Land of Liberty
Marquis St. Evremonde (edited from: Tale of Two Cities)
(1922- 1959). Active on Broadway
in the following productions:
3 Print Biographies
1 Magazine Cover Photo
Sir Basil Rathbone
6' 1½" (1.87 m)
Did You Know?
[as to how he was award
ed his Military Cross] All I did, old man, was disguise myself as a tree - that's correct, a tree - and cross no man's land to gather a bit of information from the German lines. I have not since been called upon to play a tree.
Cousin of actor/manager Sir Frank R. Benson
Best known for playing suave villains in period swashbuckler films, such as
The Adventures of Robin Hood
. He is credited with creating the definitive screen interpretation of Sherlock Holmes, his only rival generally conceded to be Jeremy Brett
's interpretation of the fictional detective.