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Shayle Gardner (1890–1945)

Shayle Gardner was born on August 22, 1890 in Auckland, New Zealand as Francis Shayle Gardner. He was an actor, known for Poetic License (1922), St. Elmo (1923) and Comin' Thro the Rye (1923). He died on May 17, 1945 in Banbury, Oxfordshire, England. See full bio »

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 1939 Discoveries
Manager
 1936 The Brown Wallet
Wotherspoone
 1936 Wolf's Clothing
Babo
 1935 Her Last Affaire (uncredited)
 1935 The Love Test
Night Watchman
 1934 The Medium (Short)
Dr. Petrov
 1934/II When London Sleeps
Commissioner
 1932 The River House Ghost
Skeleton
 1932 Blame the Woman
Spellman
 1932 Detective Lloyd
Scotland Yard Inspector Walters
 1930 The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu
Detective Harding
 1929 Disraeli
Dr. Williams (uncredited)
 1929 Three Live Ghosts
Briggs
 1929 Adventures Inc.
Julius Vardier - Staatssekretär des Innern
 1929 The Alley Cat
Inspector Fordham
 1928 The Three Passions
Lord Bellamont
 1928 Tommy Atkins
Mason
 1928 Sailors Don't Care
Messenger
 1926 The Chinese Bungalow
Richard Marquess
 1923 Comin' Thro the Rye
Paul Vasher
 1923 Guy Fawkes
Humphrey
 1923 The Indian Love Lyrics
Ahmed Khan
 1923 The Wandering Jew
Pietro Morelli
 1923/II St. Elmo
St. Elmo Murray
 1922 Poetic License (Short)
Tony Hamilton
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He acted in Marion Osmond and James Corbet's play, "The Chinese Bungalow," at the Golders Green Hippodrome in Golders Green, London, England with Matheson Lang, Winifred Izard, Bruce Belfrage, and May Ward in the cast. John Ansell composed incidental music and overture for this production. See more »
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Star Sign:

Leo

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