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Charles Mortimer (II) (1884–1964)

Charles Mortimer was born in 1884. He was an actor, known for The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes (1935), The Ghost of St. Michael's (1941) and Someone at the Door (1936). He was married to Greta Wood. He died on April 1, 1964 in London, England. See full bio »



(age 80) in London, England, UK
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 1957 The Counterfeit Plan (uncredited)
 1956 The Case of the River Morgue (Short)
Dr. Baxter
 1955 The Way Out
Mr. Harding (publisher)
 1955 Patrol Car (TV Series)
Professor Hughes / Mr. Wimpole
- The Jade Blade (1955) ... Professor Hughes
- Written in the Dust (1955) ... Mr. Wimpole
 1951 The Lady from Denmark (TV Movie)
Admiral Throndsen
 1951 The Warden (TV Series)
Mr. Chadwick
- Part 4 (1951) ... Mr. Chadwick
 1947 Outward Bound (TV Movie)
The Rev. Frank Thomson
 1946 The Queen's Husband (TV Movie)
Lord Birten
 1943 The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
Dr. Crowler at Duel (uncredited)
 1943 When We Are Married (uncredited)
 1941 The Ghost of St. Michael's
Sir Ambrose
 1939 Poison Pen
Inspector Colclough
 1939 Dangerous Masquerade
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
 1937 Aren't Men Beasts
 1936 The Small Man
 1936 Living Dangerously
Inspector Webster
 1935 Things Are Looking Up
 1935 Birds of a Feather
Sir Michael
 1935 The Price of a Song
Oliver Broom
 1935 Old Roses
John Morgan
 1935 Phantom Ship
Attorney General (uncredited)
 1935 Regal Cavalcade
Undetermined Minor Role (uncredited)
 1934 Boomerang
 1934 Sometimes Good
John Everard
 1934 Evergreen
 1934 The Outcast
 1933 You Made Me Love You
Mr. Daly
 1932 Watch Beverly
Sir James Briden
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