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Ivor McLaren (1904–1962)

Ivor McLaren was born in 1904 in Wimbledon, England as Harry Ivor McLaren Veitch. He was an actor and producer, known for Evergreen (1934), Gay Love (1934) and Alexandra (1934). He died on October 30, 1962 in London, England. See full bio »

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(age 58) in London, England, UK
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 1935 Me and Marlborough
Sergeant Cummings (as Ivor MacLaren)
 1934 Radio Parade of 1935
Eric Lyttle-Lyttle
 1934 Gay Love
Lord Tony Eaton
 1934 Along Came Sally
Madison
 1934 Alexandra
Ernest
 1934 Evergreen
Marquis of Staines (as Ivor Maclaren)
 1933 Friday the Thirteenth
Dancing Instructor
 1933/I Falling for You
The Sweep (as Ivor McClaren)
 1933 The Woman in Command
Harry Marvello
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 1950 TV Club (TV Series documentary) (producer - 1 episode)
- Episode #1.1 (1950) ... (producer)
 1947 High Fury (producer)
 1940 Under Your Hat (associate producer)
 1938 Who Goes Next? (producer)
 1938 Father O'Nine (producer)
 1937 Calling All Ma's (producer)
 1936 Wise Guys (producer)
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 1938 Lightning Conductor (writer)
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 1930 Elstree Calling (performer: "Doubtful Quartet")

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He acted in Ronald Jeans and Douglas Furber's revue, "R.S.V.P.", at the Adelphi Theatre in London, England with Jack Hulbert, Cicely Courtneidge, Helen Burnell, Irene Russell, Bobbie Comber and Robert Naylor in the cast. Ivor Novello, Vivian Ellis and Arthur Schwartz were also the writers.

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Ivor MacLaren | Ivor Maclaren | Ivor McClaren

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