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Raymond Lovell (I) (1900–1953)

Raymond Lovell was born on April 13, 1900 in Montréal, Québec, Canada as Raymond Robinson Lovell. He was an actor, known for Time, Gentlemen, Please! (1952), Caesar and Cleopatra (1945) and Who Killed Van Loon? (1948). He was married to Margot Collis and Tamara Desni. He died on October 1, 1953 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 53) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Time, Gentlemen, Please!
Time, Gentlemen, Please! Sir Digby Montague
Caesar and Cleopatra
Caesar and Cleopatra Lucius Septimius
Who Killed Van Loon?
Who Killed Van Loon? John Smith / Johann Schmidt
The Man in Grey
The Man in Grey The Prince Regent


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 1953 I vinti (uncredited)
 1953 The Steel Key
Inspector Forsythe
 1952 The Pickwick Papers
 1952 Time, Gentlemen, Please!
Sir Digby Montague
 1951 Androcles and the Lion (TV Movie)
 1950 The Mudlark
Sergeant Footman Naseby
 1950 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
George Holyoake
- Party Manners (1950) ... George Holyoake
 1949 Naughty Arlette
 1949 Madness of the Heart
Comte de Vandiere
 1949 Old English (TV Movie)
Sylvanus Heythorp
 1949 Fools Rush In
Sir Charles Leigh
 1949 The Bad Lord Byron
John Hobhouse
 1949 Once Upon a Dream
Mr. Trout
 1948 But Not in Vain
Jan Alting
 1948 Quartet
Sir Frederick Bland (segment "The Alien Corn")
 1948 The Blind Goddess
Frank Mainwaring KC
 1948 My Brother's Keeper
 1948 The Calendar
Lord Willie Panniford
 1948 Snowbound
Undetermined Role (unconfirmed, uncredited)
 1948 So Evil My Love
Edgar Bellamy
 1948 The Three Weird Sisters
Owen Morgan-Vaughan
 1948 Who Killed Van Loon?
John Smith / Johann Schmidt
 1948 Easy Money
Conductor (segment The Teddy Ball Story)
 1947 The End of the River
 1946 Appointment with Crime
Gus Loman
 1946 Night Boat to Dublin
Paul Faber
 1945 Caesar and Cleopatra
Lucius Septimius
 1944 The Way Ahead
Mr. Jackson - Garage Owner
 1944 Hotel Reserve
Robert Duclos
 1944 Candlelight in Algeria
Von Alven
 1943 The Man in Grey
The Prince Regent
 1943 Warn That Man
Hausemann / Lord Buckley
 1942 The Young Mr. Pitt
George the Third
 1942 Uncensored
von Koerner
 1942 Alibi
Prof. Winkler
 1942 Let the People Sing
Bit Role (uncredited)
 1942 The Goose Steps Out
 1941 The Common Touch
 1941 49th Parallel
Lieutenant Kuhnecke
 1941 He Found a Star
Nick Maurier
 1940 Blackout
Van Dyne
 1939 Clouds Over Europe
Northern Salvage Company Manager (uncredited)
 1938 Murder Tomorrow
Inspector Travers
 1937 Under Secret Orders
Col. von Steinberg
 1937 Bombs Over London
 1937 Glamorous Night
Ship's Officer (uncredited)
 1937 Behind Your Back
Adam Adams
 1937 I Married a Spy
German Secret Service Chief
 1936 Gypsy Melody
Court Chamberlain
 1936 Fair Exchange
Sir Reeves Willoughby
 1936 Not So Dusty
Mr. Holding
 1936 Gaol Break
 1936 Troubled Waters
 1935 King of the Damned
Captain Torres
 1935 Someday
 1935 Crime Unlimited
 1935 The Case of Gabriel Perry
 1934 The Third Clue
Robinson - Butler
 1934 Warn London
 1934 Love, Life & Laughter
Saville (uncredited)
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Stage Play: Cry of the Peacock. Comedy. Written by Jean Anouilh. Book adapted by Cecil Robson. Scenic Design by Cecil Beaton. Directed by Martin Ritt. Mansfield Theatre: 11 Apr 1950- 12 Apr 1950 (2 performances). Cast: Peter Brandon (as "Nicolas"), Lili Darvas (as "General's Wife"), Oskar Karlweis [credited as Oscar Karlweis] (as "Count"),... See more »

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