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Arthur Hambling (1888–1952)

Arthur Hambling was born on March 14, 1888 in Reading, Berkshire, England. He was an actor, known for The Lavender Hill Mob (1951), Odd Man Out (1947) and 'Pimpernel' Smith (1941). He died on December 6, 1952. See full bio »

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(age 64)

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 1953 Terror on a Train
Train Driver
 1952 Derby Day
Col. Tremaine (uncredited)
 1952 Mr. Lord Says No
Granger
 1951 The Lavender Hill Mob
Wallis
 1951 The Warden (TV Series)
Mr. Bunce
- Part 6 (1951) ... Mr. Bunce
- Part 4 (1951) ... Mr. Bunce
- Part 3 (1951) ... Mr. Bunce
- Part 2 (1951) ... Mr. Bunce
- Part 1 (1951) ... Mr. Bunce
 1951 Spring at Marino (TV Movie)
Prokovitch
 1951 Blackmailed
Inspector Canin
 1950 A Christmas Carol (TV Movie)
Ghost of Christmas Past / Gentleman of the Stock Exchange
 1950 The Clouded Yellow
Local Police Sgt (uncredited)
 1950 Cage of Gold
Jenkins
 1950 Waterfront Women
Police Sergeant (uncredited)
 1950 Mother of Men (TV Movie)
Steve Hawk
 1949 Train of Events (uncredited)
 1949 The Gay Lady
Mr. Jupp (uncredited)
 1949 Don't Ever Leave Me
Policeman (Jack's Flat)
 1949 It's Not Cricket
Barman
 1949 Vote for Huggett
Newspaperman (uncredited)
 1948 Lost Daughter
Coroner's Officer (uncredited)
 1948 My Brother's Keeper
Edward Hodges
 1948 Good-Time Girl
Policeman At Park Gates
 1948 Daughter of Darkness
Jacob
 1947 It Always Rains on Sunday
Yardmaster
 1947 Odd Man Out
Tom
 1946 Demobbed
Curtis
 1945 Johnny Frenchman
Steven Matthews
 1944 He Snoops to Conquer
Policeman (uncredited)
 1944 Don't Take It to Heart
Railway Porter
 1944 It Happened One Sunday (uncredited)
 1944 Time Flies
Captain Of The Guard (uncredited)
 1944 Browned Off (Short)
Fowler
 1943 The Saint Meets the Tiger
Police constable
 1943 Variety Jubilee
Commissionaire (uncredited)
 1943 Happidrome
Jones Jnr. (uncredited)
 1942 Wings and the Woman
Policeman
 1942 Hard Steel
Mr. Lamport
 1942 The Missing Million
Supporting Role (uncredited)
 1942 Courageous Mr. Penn (uncredited)
 1941 The Common Touch
Pettit (uncredited)
 1941 Bombsight Stolen
Scotland Yard Inspector (uncredited)
 1941 'Pimpernel' Smith
Jordan
 1941 Mail Train
Joe (uncredited)
 1941 Old Bill and Son
Shelter Delivery Man (uncredited)
 1940 Bulldog Sees It Through
Inspector Horn
 1940 Three Silent Men
Ginger Brown
 1940 House of Mystery
Mons. Perrichet
 1939 The Secret Four
Constable Benham (uncredited)
 1939 The Phantom Strikes
Detective Sgt. Richards
 1938 Almost a Honeymoon
Adolphus
 1938 Lightning Conductor
Bus Inspector
 1938 Many Tanks Mr. Atkins
Sgt. Maj. Hornett
 1938 Goodness, How Sad! (TV Movie)
 1938 Queen of Crime
3rd Signalman (uncredited)
 1938 I See Ice
Prison Warder (uncredited)
 1938 South Riding
Village Doctor (uncredited)
 1937 A Romance in Flanders
Colonel Kennedy
 1937 French Leave
Cpl. Sykes
 1937 The Last Chance (uncredited)
 1936 Mozart
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1935 Look Up and Laugh
Sam (uncredited)
 1934 The Scarlet Pimpernel
Captain of the Guard (uncredited)
 1934 Lorna Doone
Soldier
 1934 Death at a Broadcast
Man On BBC Reception Desk (uncredited)
 1934 The Scoop
Inspector Stephenson
 1932 Lloyd of the C.I.D.
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1931 Night in Montmartre
Inspector Brichot
 1931 Sally in Our Alley
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1931 Other People's Sins
Fireman
 1930 Latin Love
Alfie
 1930 The W Plan
Minor Role (uncredited)

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He acted in Robert Morley's play, "Goodness, How Sad!," at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Jill Furse, Hugh Sinclair, Mary Merrall, Kathleen Boutall, Judith Furse, and Frith Banbury in the cast. Tyrone Guthrie was director. See more »
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