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Charles Groves (I) (1875–1955)

Charles Groves was born on November 20, 1875 in Manchester, England. He was an actor, known for The Winslow Boy (1948), The Sands of Time (1919) and The Other Mrs. Phipps (1932). He was married to Charlotte Emmeline Cook. He died on May 23, 1955 in London, England. See full bio »

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(age 79) in London, England, UK

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Known For

The Winslow Boy
The Winslow Boy Clerk of the Court
(1948)
The Sands of Time
(1919)
One Wild Oat
One Wild Oat Charles
(1951)

Filmography

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 1951 One Wild Oat
Charles
 1948 The Winslow Boy
Clerk of the Court
 1942 Hard Steel
Old Sam
 1941 Love on the Dole
Old Man (uncredited)
 1938 Night Journey (uncredited)
 1936 Fair Exchange
 1935 Department Store
Nightwatchman (uncredited)
 1933 His Grace Gives Notice
Henry Evans
 1933 The Iron Stair
Sam
 1932 The Other Mrs. Phipps (Short)
Munro
 1932 The Face at the Window
Jacques
 1931 The Rosary
Hornett
 1919 Tower of Strength
Jannock
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 1969 Omnibus (TV Series documentary)
Himself - Conductor
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Reginald Berkeley's play, "French Leave", at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Emlyn Williams, Madeleine Carroll and Edward Scott-Gatty in the cast. Eille Norwood was the director. See more »

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Trivia:

Older half-brother of actor Fred Groves.

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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