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Franklin Dyall (1874–1950)

Franklin Dyall was born on February 3, 1874 in Liverpool, England. He was an actor and director, known for The Private Life of Henry VIII. (1933), Easy Virtue (1928) and Atlantic (1929). He was married to Mary Merrall and Mary Phyllis Logan. He died on May 8, 1950 in Worthing, Sussex, England. See full bio »
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 1948 Bonnie Prince Charlie
Macdonald
 1946 The Ringer (TV Movie)
Maurice Meister
 1943 Yellow Canary
Captain Foster
 1940 All at Sea
Dr. Stolk
 1938 Mr. Satan
Billy
 1937 Leave It to Me
Sing,
 1937 Captain's Orders
Newton
 1937 Fire Over England (uncredited)
 1936 The Conquest of the Air
Jerome de Ascoli
 1935 The Case of Gabriel Perry
Prosecution
 1934 Mr. Stringfellow Says No
Count Hokana
 1933 Called Back
Dr. Jose Manuel
 1932 Men of Steel
Charles Paxton
 1931 A Safe Affair
Rupert Gay
 1931 The Limping Man
Disher
 1931 Night in Montmartre
Max Levine
 1931 Alibi
Sir Roger Ackroyd
 1929 Atlantic
John Rool
 1919 The Garden of Resurrection
Cruickshank
 1916 Esther (Short)
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Mary Goes First (1914). Written by Henry Arthur Jones. Comedy Theatre: 2 Nov 1914- Nov 1914 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: John Alexander, W. Graham Browne, Lillian Cavanagh, Horton Cooper, Franklin Dyall, Barbara Fenn, Norman Loring, Kenyon Musgrove, Guy Newall, Herbert Ross, Kate Serjeantson, Marie Tempest. ... See more »

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Franklyn Dyall
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Aquarius

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