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Will Fyffe (1885–1947)

Will Fyffe was born on February 16, 1885 in Dundee, Scotland. He was an actor, known for To the Victor (1938), For Freedom (1940) and Neutral Port (1940). He died on December 14, 1947 in St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland. See full bio »

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To the Victor
To the Victor Adam McAdam
For Freedom
For Freedom Chief
Neutral Port
Neutral Port Capt. Ferguson
Cotton Queen
Cotton Queen Bob Todcastle


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 1947 The Brothers
Aeneas McGrath
 1945 Give Me the Stars
Hector MacTavish
 1941 The Prime Minister
The Agitator
 1940 Neutral Port
Capt. Ferguson
 1940 For Freedom
 1939 Rulers of the Sea
John Shaw
 1939 Annie Laurie
Will Laurie
 1937 Said O'Reilly to McNab
Malcolm McNab
 1937 Cotton Queen
Bob Todcastle
 1936 King of Hearts
Bill Saunders
 1936 Love in Exile
Doc Tate
 1936 Debt of Honour
Fergus McAndrews
 1936 Well Done, Henry
Henry McNab
 1935 Rolling Home
John McGregor
 1933 Happy
 1914 The Maid of Cefn Ydfa (Short)
Lewis Bach
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Other Works:

He performed in the show, "Twice Nightly Variety," at the Holborn Empire Theatre in Holborn, London, England with Tom Arnold, Renee Houston & Donald Stewart, Jack Stanford, Clifford & Rhode, Shirley Houston & the Sherman Fisher Girls, the Edmondo Khayyam Troupe, and Freddy Dosh in the cast.

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He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the 1942 King's Birthday Honours List for his services to the war effort. See more »

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