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Henry Mollison (1905–1985)

He was on his way back to Britain from America in 1939 with the intention of joining the armed forces when the ship on which he was traveling was captured by Nazis and he spent five years in a German P.O.W. camp. During this period he organized camp entertainment and produced 56 shows for the other prisoners. On his release he returned to Britain ... See full bio »

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(age 80) in London, England, UK

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 1956 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
Ambassador
- We the Living (1956) ... Ambassador
 1954 Front Page Story
Lester
 1951 The Man in the White Suit
Hoskins
 1951 Chelsea Story
Mike Harvey
 1950 What the Butler Saw
Bembridge
 1949 Whisky Galore
Mr. Farquharson
 1947 The Loves of Joanna Godden
Harry Trevor
 1947 Hungry Hill
Dr. Armstrong
 1938 Youth Takes a Fling
Dunham
 1937 A Bride for Henry
Eric Reynolds
 1937 The Windmill
Gaston Lefarge
 1937 Find the Witness
Rudolph Mordini
 1936 Counterfeit Lady
Bemis
 1936 They Met in a Taxi
Mr. Arnold Stewart
 1936 Shakedown
Ralph Gurney
 1936 Trapped by Television
Thornton
 1936 Secret Patrol
Constable Gene
 1936 Devil's Squadron
Austin Forrester
 1936 The Music Goes 'Round
Stephen
 1935 The Lone Wolf Returns
'Mal' Mallison
 1935 The Great Impersonation
Eddie Pelham
 1935 Someday
Canley
 1935 Hell's Cargo
Captain Mazarin
 1935 Manhattan Moon
Reggie Van Dorset
 1934 Mister Cinders
Cross
 1933 Letting in the Sunshine
Duvine
 1933 Out of the Past
Gerald Brassard
 1932 The Face at the Window
Lucien Courtier
 1931 Third Time Lucky
Stanley Crofts
 1930 Knowing Men
Frank Bramber
 1928 Balaclava
Prisoner's Friend

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During Mollison's time in MILAG, (the Merchant Navy and non-military persons Internment Camp) some of the prisoners attempted to tunnel out of the camp. The tunnel collapsed, and was discovered by the Germans. The prisoners were ordered to assemble on the parade ground. The Camp Commandant, who was a Prussian c.w. monocle, told the prisoners that if they attempted to escape again, they would be ... See more »

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