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Claude Bailey (1895–1950)

Claude Bailey was born on November 19, 1895 in London, England. He was an actor, known for Bedelia (1946), The Unholy Quest (1934) and Little Waitress (1932). He died in June 1950 in Ealing, London. See full bio »

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Bedelia Capt. McKelvey
The Unholy Quest
The Unholy Quest Prof. Sorotoff
Little Waitress
Little Waitress John Farrell
Yellow Canary
Yellow Canary Major Fothergill


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 1948 Elizabeth of Ladymead
Maj. Wrigley in 1854
 1948 The Calendar
Lord Inspond
 1946 Bedelia
Capt. McKelvey
 1946 The Years Between
Selection Committee Member (uncredited)
 1945 He Snoops to Conquer
Councillor Oxbold
 1944 Don't Take It to Heart!
 1944 The Hundred Pound Window
John D. Humphries
 1943 Yellow Canary
Major Fothergill
 1943 The Saint Meets the Tiger
Donald Jones
 1943 The Gentle Sex
Staff Officer (uncredited)
 1943 It's That Man Again
C.B. Cato
 1942 Unpublished Story
George Roddington
 1938 The White Chateau (TV Movie)
Captain Braithwaite / A British Soldier
 1934 The Unholy Quest
Prof. Sorotoff
 1932 Little Waitress
John Farrell

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