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Harry Hearn

Harry Hearn is an actor, known for The Martins' Nest (1954), Asmodée (1952) and Who Dotes Yet Doubts (1953). See full bio »

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Known For

The Martins' Nest
The Martins' Nest Det. Sgt. Hughes
Asmodée Chauffeur
Who Dotes Yet Doubts
Below the Deadline


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 1954 The Six Proud Walkers (TV Series)
- The Twelve Apostles (1954) ... Detective (as Harry Hearne)
 1954 The Man Upstairs (TV Movie)
Detective (as Harry Hearne)
 1954 The Martins' Nest (TV Movie)
Det. Sgt. Hughes (as Harry Hearne)
 1950-1953 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
First policeman / Constable Harris / Workman
- Full House (1953) ... First policeman (as Harry Hearne)
- Love and Mr. Lewisham (1952) ... (as Harry Hearne)
- The Search Party (1951) ... (as Harry Hearne)
- The Magistrate (1951) ... Constable Harris (as Harry Hearne)
- An Enemy of the People (1950) ... Workman (as Harry Hearne)
 1953 The Candlelight Murder (Short)
 1953 The Nine Days' Wonder (TV Movie)
Jeremy (as Harry Hearne)
 1953 Who Dotes Yet Doubts (TV Movie)
Policeman (as Harry Hearne)
 1952 Asmodée (TV Movie)
Chauffeur (as Harry Hearne)
 1952 Portrait by Rembrandt (TV Movie)
Citizen at auction (as Harry Hearne)
 1951 Rush Job (TV Movie)
Factory hand (as Harry Hearne)
 1950 Hangman's Wharf (uncredited)
 1936 Below the Deadline

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