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Basil Howes (1901–1976)

Basil Howes was born on December 19, 1901 in Shirehampton, Bristol, England as Charles Edward Basil Howes. He was an actor, known for The New Hotel (1932), Spartacus (1960) and Juliette Low and the Girl Scouts (1952). He died on March 2, 1976 in Bayswater, London, England. See full bio »

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Known For

The New Hotel
Spartacus Orderly
Juliette Low and the Girl Scouts
Juliette Low and the Girl Scouts Sir Robert Baden-Powell
The Clay of Kings


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 1962 The Saint (TV Series)
- The Element of Doubt (1962) ... Judge
 1961-1962 Thriller (TV Series)
Prof. Charing / Librarian
- The Incredible Doktor Markesan (1962) ... Prof. Charing
- Hay-Fork and Bill-Hook (1961) ... Librarian
 1960 Peter Loves Mary (TV Series)
- High Society (1960) ... Butler
 1960 Spartacus
Orderly (uncredited)
 1958 The Adventures of Jim Bowie (TV Series)
Judge Adoniram Paget
- Pirate on Horseback (1958) ... Judge Adoniram Paget
 1957 Telephone Time (TV Series)
George Coe
- Line Chief (1957) ... George Coe
- Diamond Peer (1957) ... George Coe
 1956 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
Second Doctor
- Michael and Mary (1956) ... Second Doctor
 1956 Kraft Theatre (TV Series)
Titanic Steward
- A Night to Remember (1956) ... Titanic Steward
 1953 The Clay of Kings (TV Movie)
 1953 Suspense (TV Series)
- Mutiny Below (1953) ... Slops
 1952 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
- They Came to Baghdad (1952) ... Fitzsimmons
 1952 Juliette Low and the Girl Scouts (TV Movie)
Sir Robert Baden-Powell
 1951 Goodyear Playhouse (TV Series)
 1951 The Ford Theatre Hour (TV Series)
 1932 The New Hotel

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He acted in Arnold Ridley's play, "The Ghost Train," at the St. Martin's Theatre in London, England with Caleb Porter, Mary Clare, Edith Saville, G.H. Mulcaster, Richard Bird, Gladys Ffolliott, Edna Davies, Neville Brook, and Vincent Holman in the cast.

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