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David Ensor (I) (1906–1987)

David Ensor was born on November 27, 1906 as Alick Charles Davidson Ensor. He was an actor, known for The Trials of Oscar Wilde (1960), Death and the Sky Above (1961) and The Pot Carriers (1962). He died on February 5, 1987 in France. See full bio »



(age 80) in France

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Known For

The Trials of Oscar Wilde
The Pot Carriers
Information Received


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 1958-1963 The Verdict Is Yours (TV Series)
The Judge
- Henley v Bone (1963) ... The Judge
- Braithwaite v Merton (1962) ... The Judge
- Regina v Talbot (1962) ... The Judge
- Regina v Harding (1962) ... The Judge
 1962 Make Room for Daddy (TV Series)
- A Hunting We Will Go (1962) ... Judge
 1962 The Pot Carriers
 1961 Information Received
 1960 Alice Through the Looking Box (TV Movie)
 1958 The Verdict Is Yours (TV Series)
The Judge
- The Case of the Offensive General (1958) ... The Judge
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 1969 Frost on Friday (TV Series)
- Debate on Capital Punishment (1969) ... Himself (as David Ensor MP)

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Other Works:

Author of the books "Thirty Acres and a Cow" (1955) and "I was a Public Prosecutor" (1958).

Alternate Names:

David Ensor MP

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Labour MP for Bury and Radcliffe from 1964 to 1970

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