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Hubert Harben (1878–1941)

Hubert Harben was born on July 12, 1878 in London, England. He was an actor, known for Scrooge (1935), Mozart (1936) and For Valour (1937). He was married to Mary Jerrold. He died on August 24, 1941 in London. See full bio »

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(age 63) in London, England, UK

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 1941 Men of the Sea
Rev.Trant
 1940 Suicide Legion
Austrian general
 1938 Old Iron
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1938 A Royal Divorce
DeTracy
 1937 For Valour
Mr. Gallop
 1936 Dishonour Bright
Lamb
 1936 Living Dangerously
President of Council
 1935 Scrooge
Worthington
 1935 City of Beautiful Nonsense
Mr. Dealtry
 1935 Fighting Stock
Mr. Rivers
 1934 Lilies of the Field
Rev. John Beverley
 1934 Lady in Danger
Matterby
 1934 The Secret of the Loch
Prof. Blenkinsop Fothergill
 1933 The House of Trent
Editor
 1933 Timbuctoo
Uncle George
 1932 Fires of Fate
Rev. Mark Royden
 1931 The Shadow Between
Reverend Simon Maddox
 1931 The Battle of Gallipoli
Mr. Ray
 1931 Uneasy Virtue
Frank K. Pratt
 1926 Every Mother's Son
Sir Alfred Browning

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He acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Sea-Gull," at the Little Theatre on John Street, in London, England; Adelphi Theatre in London, England and the Strand Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud (played Konstantin), Miriam Lewes, Valerie Taylor, Randolph McLeod, Ralph De Rohan, Margaret Swallo, Alexander Sarner, and ... See more »
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Father-in-law of Clive Morton. See more »

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Cancer

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