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Hugh Croise (1877–1950)

Hugh Croise was born on January 20, 1877 in Cardinham, Cornwall, England as Henry James Hughes Cross. He was a director and writer, known for The Kensington Mystery (1924), The Ball of Fortune (1926) and The Mystery of Brudenell Court (1924). He died in 1950 in Twickenham, Middlesex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

The Kensington Mystery
The Ball of Fortune
Three Men in a Van


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 1929 Doing His Duty (Short)
 1929 Josser, KC (Short)
 1929 Mrs. Mephistopheles (Short)
 1929 The Bride (Short)
 1928 Joining Up (Short)
 1928 Nap (Short)
 1928 Scrooge (Short)
 1928 That Brute Simmons (Short)
 1928 Victoria Girls Skipping (Short)
 1928 The Orderly Room (Short)
 1928 The Raw Recruit (Short)
 1928 Safety First (Short)
 1928 The Barrister (Short)
 1928 The Burglar and the Girl (Short)
 1928 The Victoria Girls (Short)
 1926 Dream Faces (Short)
 1926 Shipmates (Short)
 1926 Songs My Mother Sang (Short)
 1926 The Irish Emigrant (Short)
 1926 The Veteran (Short)
 1924 The Brighton Mystery (Short)
 1924 The Kensington Mystery (Short)
 1924 The Northern Mystery (Short)
 1924 The Regent's Park Mystery (Short)
 1924 The Tremarne Case (Short)
 1924 The York Mystery (Short)
 1924 The Happy Prisoner (Short)
 1923 Always Tell Your Wife (Short)
 1922 The Cowgirl Queen (Short)
 1916 From Hen to Hospital (Short)
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Show Show Actor (4 credits)
Show Show Producer (1 credit)

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He is sometimes erroneously credited with having directed Seymour Hicks in Scrooge (1935). In fact, Henry Edwards was the man who directed it.

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