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Harold Huth (1892–1967)

Harold Huth was born on January 20, 1892 in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England. He was a producer and actor, known for Look Before You Love (1948), Night Beat (1947) and My Sister and I (1948). He died on October 26, 1967 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 75) in London, England, UK

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 1961 The Hellions (producer)
 1960 In the Nick (producer)
 1960 The Trials of Oscar Wilde (producer)
 1960 Jazz Boat (producer)
 1959 The Bandit of Zhobe (associate producer)
 1959 Idol on Parade (associate producer) / (producer)
 1958 The Man Inside (associate producer)
 1955-1956 Rheingold Theatre (TV Series) (producer - 15 episodes)
- To What Great Heights (1956) ... (producer)
- One Can't Help Feeling Sorry (1956) ... (producer)
- Timmy the Shanks (1956) ... (producer)
- Scheherezade (1956) ... (producer)
- Beloved Stranger (1956) ... (producer)
 1955 Police Dog (producer)
 1951 Blackmailed (producer)
 1948 Look Before You Love (producer)
 1948 My Sister and I (producer)
 1947 Night Beat (producer)
 1947 Bad Sister (producer)
 1947 The Root of All Evil (producer)
 1946 Caravan (producer)
 1945 They Were Sisters (producer)
 1944 A Lady Surrenders (producer)
 1943 The Adventures of Tartu (associate producer)
 1941 'Pimpernel' Smith (associate producer)
 1940 Haunted Honeymoon (associate producer)
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Show Show Writer (2 credits)

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5' 10" (1.78 m)

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British leading man of the late silent screen. He survived the transition to sound, reinvented as a character actor and had a notable featured role in the drama Rome Express (1932). From 1939, he switched to producing and directing. See more »

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