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Louis Goodrich (1872–1945)

Louis Goodrich was born on July 10, 1872 in Yorktown, Camberley, Surrey, England as Louis Goodrich Abbott Anderson. He was an actor and writer, known for The Captain's Table (1936), The Flag Lieutenant (1932) and Fascination (1931). He was married to Beatrice Catherine Agnes Huggins (1882-1965) and Helen Isobel Morse. He died on January 27, 1945 ... See full bio »
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Known For

The Captain's Table
The Captain's Table Captain Henderson
The Flag Lieutenant
The Flag Lieutenant Adm. Wynne
Fascination Colonel Farrington
Sherlock Holmes' Fatal Hour
Sherlock Holmes' Fatal Hour Colonel Sebastian Moran


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 1938 Cornelius (TV Movie)
 1938 Who Killed Cock Robin? (TV Movie)
 1938 Ann and Harold (TV Series)
General Makepeace / The Angry Man
- On the River (1938) ... The Angry Man
 1938 Badger's Green (TV Movie)
 1937 Mayfair Melody
 1936 The Captain's Table
Captain Henderson
 1936 The Brown Wallet
 1936 Fair Exchange
James Meredith
 1935 Father O'Flynn
Sir John Robertson
 1935 The Murder Party
The Judge
 1934 Guest of Honour
 1933 The Thirteenth Candle
 1932 The Flag Lieutenant
Adm. Wynne
 1931 Fascination
Colonel Farrington
 1930 The Brat
 1923 Strangling Threads
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 1938 Ann and Harold (TV Series) (writer - 5 episodes)
- At the Oval (1938) ... (writer)
- Their Wedding (1938) ... (writer)
- On the River (1938) ... (writer)
- At a Dance (1938) ... (writer)
- Their First Meeting (1938) ... (writer)
 1938 The Old and the Young (TV Short)

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He acted in Frank Bacon and Winchell Smith's play, "Lightnin'," at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, England with Horace Hodges, Norah Robinson, Donald Foster, Charles Evans, Diana Wilson, Donald Fergusson, Ruth Chester, George Zucco, Owen Roughwood, Sara Dartrey, and Kay Thomas in the cast.

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Father: Edward Abbott-Anderson; Mother: Lavinia Barr.

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