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Bertram Burleigh (1890–1961)

Bertram Burleigh was born in 1890 in London, England as Charles Bertram Burleigh. He was an actor, known for Won by Warr (1922), The Mother of Dartmoor (1917) and All Roads Lead to Calvary (1921). He was married to Helen Mary Sabiston and Dorothy Margaret Green. He died on April 24, 1961 in Goring-by-Sea, Sussex, England. See full bio »

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Filmography

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 1927 White Heat
Phil Storer
 1926 The Clue of the Oak Leaf (Short)
 1926/II The Escape (Short)
Richard Manton
 1923 Mrs. Thompson
Dicky Marsden
 1923 Becket
Lord Leicester
 1923 The Engineer's Thumb (Short)
Hatcherley
 1922 Tense Moments from Opera
Manrico / Hardress Creegan (segments "Il Trovatore" - "The Lily of Killarney")
 1922 Open Country
Jack Senhouse
 1922 Won by Warr (Short)
Eric Warr
 1922 Squibs Wins the Calcutta Sweep
The Weasel
 1922 Man and His Kingdom
Eugene Rimarez
 1922 Il trovatore (Short)
Manrico
 1922 The Lily of Killarney (Short)
Hardess Creegan
 1922 The Red Circle (Short)
Gennaro Lucca
 1921 All Roads Lead to Calvary
Bob Phillips
 1921 The Curse of Westacott (Short)
The Man
 1921 How Kitchener Was Betrayed
Lieutenant Mack
 1920 The Great Day
Frank Beresford
 1920 Burnt In
Mark Heron
 1920 Foolish Monte Carlo
Archie Lowndes
 1920 Garryowen
Robert Dashwood
 1919 Tower of Strength
David Shannon
 1917 The Mother of Dartmoor
Ives Pomeroy
 1916 A Mother's Influence (Short)
Ives Pomeroy
 1916 I Believe
 1916 Trapped by the London Sharks
Inspector James Graham
 1916 Meg of the Slums (Short)
Harry Newman
 1915 The Love Trail
Lord Beauvais
 1915 Infelice
Cuthbert Lawrence
 1915 The Angels of Mons (Short)
The man
 1915 John Halifax, Gentleman
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Retired from acting in the late 1920s and subsequently worked as a manager for Wolverhampton Theatre Cinemas until 1935 and then as a manager of hotels and inns in the Birmingham area. He owned the Cock Inn, Wishaw, near Sutton Coldfield, Warwickshire, which he sold in 1958-9. See more »

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