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Gilbert Harding (1907–1960)

Probably the most famous personality on British TV in the 1950s, Gilbert Harding was notorious for his rudeness and short temper as a panel member on the genteel parlor game What's My Line (1951), a program he occasionally presented. He also appeared in several British films, mostly playing himself. His most celebrated (if not infamous) appearance... See full bio »

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(age 53) in London, England, UK

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The Gentle Gunman
The Gentle Gunman Henry Truethome
(1952)
Behind the Headlines
(1953)
Pacific Destiny
Pacific Destiny Opening Narration Spoken by
(1956)

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 1956 Pacific Destiny
Opening Narration Spoken by (voice)
 1955 An Alligator Named Daisy
Unwilling Guest (uncredited)
 1954 Tale of Three Women
Host
 1953 The Horse's Mouth
The Oracle (voice, uncredited)
 1952 The Gentle Gunman
Henry Truethome
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Personal Quote:

[Speaking about having "overfortified" himself before a recording session for What's My Line (1951) in December 1952] If I appeared a bit tiddly, then viewers were not wrong in thinking I was a bit tiddly.

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