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Oscar Asche (1871–1936)

Oscar Asche was born on January 26, 1871 in Geelong, Australia as Thomas Stange Heiss Oscar Asche. He was an actor and writer, known for Scrooge (1935), Adventures of Don Quixote (1933) and Kismet (1914). He was married to Lily Brayton. He died on March 23, 1936 in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, England. See full bio »

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 1937 The Robber Symphony
The Chief Gendarme
 1936 Eliza Comes to Stay
 1935 The Private Secretary
Robert Cattermole
 1934 Two Hearts in Waltz Time
Herman Greenbaum
 1933 My Lucky Star
President of Film Company
 1914 Kismet (Short)
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 1953 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series) (play - 1 episode)
- Special: Chu Chin Chow - On Ice (1953) ... (play)
 1934 Chu Chin Chow (play)
 1923 Chu-Chin-Chow (play "Chu-Chin-Chow")
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 1934 Chu Chin Chow (lyrics: Selections)

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Stage: Appeared in "Iris" on Broadway. Written by Arthur Wing Pinero. Directed by Dion Boucicault. Criterion Theatre: 23 Sep 1902-Nov 1902 (closing date unknown/77 performances). Cast: William Courtenay, Rachel Crown, Stanley Dark, Louise Drew, Laurence Eddinger, Elizabeth Goodall, Virginia Harned, Harry Lewis, R.R. Neill, Herbert ... See more »

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