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Stanley Lupino (1893–1942)

Stanley Lupino was born on May 15, 1893 in London, England. He was an actor and writer, known for Happy (1933), Cheer Up (1936) and Over She Goes (1937). He was married to Connie Emerald. He died on June 10, 1942 in London. See full bio »

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(age 49) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Happy
Happy Frank Brown
(1933)
Cheer Up
Cheer Up Tom Denham
(1936)
Over She Goes
Over She Goes Tommy Teacher
(1937)
Hold My Hand
Hold My Hand Eddie Marston
(1938)

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 1939 Lucky to Me
'Potty' Potts
 1938 Hold My Hand
Eddie Marston
 1936 Sporting Love
Percy Brace
 1936 Cheer Up
Tom Denham
 1935 Honeymoon for Three
Jack Denver
 1933 Facing the Music
Jack Foley
 1933 Happy
Frank Brown
 1933 You Made Me Love You
Tom Daly
 1933 King of the Ritz
Claude King
 1932 Sleepless Nights
Guy Raynor
 1931 The Love Race
Reggie Powley
 1931 Love Lies
Jerry Walker
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Active on Broadway in the following productions: See more »

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Height:

5' 6½" (1.69 m)
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British comic actor, singer and dancer, on stage from 1900. Born in poverty, he first earned a meager living by attending horses outside theatres. He began his show business career as an acrobat and prizefighter. Later, he made prolific appearances in music-halls and at Drury Lane Theatre, also authored plays and novels. See more »

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