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Marriott Edgar (1880–1951)

Marriott Edgar was born on October 5, 1880 in Kirkcudbright, Scotland as George Marriott Edgar. He was a writer and actor, known for Oh, Mr. Porter! (1937), The Ghost Train (1941) and Ask a Policeman (1939). He was married to Mildred Williams. He died on May 5, 1951 in London, England. See full bio »

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(age 70) in London, England, UK

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 1953 Top of the Form (writer)
 1944 Bees in Paradise (original story and screenplay)
 1943 Miss London Ltd. (writer)
 1942 Back-Room Boy (original story and screenplay)
 1941 Hi Gang!
 1941 I Thank You (screenplay)
 1941 The Ghost Train (dialogue)
 1941 Gasbags (screenplay)
 1940 Albert's Savings (Short)
 1940 O-Kay for Sound (adaptation)
 1940 Charley's (Big-Hearted) Aunt (screenplay)
 1940 Band Waggon (written and devised by)
 1939 The Frozen Limits (dialogue)
 1939 Ask a Policeman (screenplay)
 1938 Old Bones of the River (writer)
 1938 Hey! Hey! USA (additional dialogue)
 1938 Alf's Button Afloat (scenario)
 1938 Convict 99 (scenario)
 1937 Oh, Mr. Porter! (screenplay)
 1937 Said O'Reilly to McNab (dialogue)
 1937 Three Ha'pence a Foot (Short) (monologue writer)
 1937 The Lion and Albert (Short) (monologue writer)
 1937 Gunner Sam (Short) (written by)
 1936 Windbag the Sailor (screenplay)
 1936 Halt, Who Goes There? (Short) (screenplay - uncredited)
 1935 Rolling Home (screen story)
 1935 Drummed Out (Short) (uncredited)
 1935 Sam and His Musket (Short) (screenplay - uncredited)
 1932 The Spare Room (Short) (as G. Marriott Edgar)
 1932 Here's George (play "The Service Flat")
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Alternate Names:

G. Marriott Edgar
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Poet, actor and screenwriter, noted for his droll sense of humour. A frequent contributor of comic material for Will Hay, Stanley Holloway (monologues) and the Crazy Gang. See more »

Star Sign:

Libra

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