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Basil Gill (1877–1955)

Basil Gill was born on March 10, 1877 in Birkenhead, Cheshire, England. He was an actor, known for School for Scandal (1930), High Treason (1929) and The Admirable Crichton (1918). He died on April 23, 1955 in Hove, East Sussex, England. See full bio »

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 1938 The Citadel
Doctor Page
 1938 Sidewalks of London
 1938 Dangerous Medicine
Sir Francis
 1938 Will Shakespeare (TV Movie)
 1938 The Crooked Billet (TV Movie)
 1937 Journey's End (TV Movie)
Lt. Osborne
 1937 Knight Without Armor
 1936 Rembrandt
Adrien van Rijn
 1936 Gaol Break
Dr. Walter Merkin
 1936 The Crimson Circle
James Beardmore
 1935 The Divine Spark
 1935 Regal Cavalcade
 1931 Glamour
Lord Westborough
 1930 Should a Doctor Tell?
Dr. Bruce Smith
 1929 High Treason
President Stephen Deane
 1926 Julius Caesar (Short)
 1926 Santa Claus (Short)
Santa Claus
 1920 The Worldlings
Maurice Blake / Philip Jardine
 1919 Missing the Tide
Sir Felix Faber
 1919 God's Good Man
Reverend John Walden
 1919 The Rocks of Valpre
Trevor Mordaunt
 1919 Keeper of the Door
Max Wyndham
 1919 The Irresistible Flapper
Ormande York
 1919 A Soul's Crucifixion
Julian Neave
 1919 The Homemaker
Wilbur Benson
 1918 What's the Use of Grumbling (Short)
The Man
 1917 The Ragged Messenger
Reverend John Morton
 1917 The Adventures of Dick Dolan (Short)
Dick Dolan
 1916 On the Banks of Allan Water
Richard Warden
 1916 Chains of Bondage
John Malcolm

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He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "A Midsummer's Night Dream," at the Open-Air Theatre in Regents Park, London, England with Robert Atkins, John Laurie, Margaretta Scott, Phyllis Neilson-Terry, Jessica Tandy, and Leslie French in the cast. Robert Atkins was director. See more »

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He was a long-time friend of Charles Laughton See more »

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