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Norman McKinnel (1870–1932)

Norman McKinnel was born on February 10, 1870 in Maxwelltown, Scotland. He was an actor and writer, known for When Boys Leave Home (1927), Fanny Hawthorne (1927) and Dombey and Son (1919). He was married to Gertrude Scott. He died on March 29, 1932 in Bloomsbury, London, England. See full bio »

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Known For

When Boys Leave Home
When Boys Leave Home Sir Thomas Berwick
(1927)
Fanny Hawthorne
Fanny Hawthorne Nathaniel Jeffcote
(1927)
Dombey and Son
Dombey and Son Paul Dombey
(1919)
The Folly of Desire
The Folly of Desire Simeon Knollett
(1915)

Filmography

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 1931 Potiphar's Wife
Lord Bromford
 1931 The Outsider
Jasper Sturdee
 1927 When Boys Leave Home
Sir Thomas Berwick
 1927 The Fake
Ernest Stanton
 1920 A Gamble in Lives
James Danvers (as Norman McKinnell)
 1920 Pillars of Society
John Halligan (as Norman McKinnell)
 1917 Mary Girl
Ezra
 1917 Everybody's Business (Short)
John Briton (as Norman McKinnell)
 1915 The Folly of Desire
Simeon Knollett (as Norman McKinnell)
 1899 King John (Short)
Lymoges
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 1949 The Bishop's Candlesticks (TV Short) (play)
 1929 The Bishop's Candlesticks (Short) (play)

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His wife, Gertrude Scott (d. Dec 12, 1951, England) appeared in Essanay films. See more »

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Aquarius

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