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Ralph Lynn (I) (1882–1962)

Born in Manchester, England, comic Ralph Lynn (pronounced "Rafe") got his start on the stage, specializing in playing stiff, prissy, silly twits. He came out of the renowned Aldwych Theatre in London, with a tight-knit group that included Tom Walls and Ben Travers. Their long string of successes there opened the door to the movie industry, and ... See full bio »


(age 80) in London, England, UK

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 1953 Wild Horses (TV Movie)
Trumper Norton
 1937 For Valour
Major Pyke / Willie Pyke
 1936 In the Soup
 1936 Pot Luck
Reggie Bathbrick
 1935 Foreign Affaires
Jefferson Darby
 1935 Stormy Weather
Mr. Raymond Penny
 1935 Fighting Stock
Sydney Rowley
 1934 Dirty Work
Jimmy Milligan
 1934 A Cup of Kindness
Charlie Tutt
 1933 Just My Luck
David Blake
 1933 Up to the Neck
Norman B. Good
 1933 Turkey Time
David Winterton
 1932 A Night Like This
Clifford Tope
 1931 Mischief
Arthur Gordon
 1929 Peace and Quiet (Short)
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Stage: Appeared in Will Evans and Arthur Valentine's play, "Tons of Money," at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, England, with Robertson Hare, Mary Brough and Yvonne Arnaud in the cast. Holman Clark was director. See more »

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Brother of Gordon James. See more »

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