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Peter Murray-Hill (1908–1957)

Peter Murray-Hill was born on April 20, 1908 in Bushey Heath, Hertfordshire, England. He was an actor, known for The Ghost Train (1941), Mystery of Room 13 (1938) and Rhythm Serenade (1943). He was married to Phyllis Calvert. He died on November 25, 1957 in England. See full bio »


(age 49) in England, UK

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Known For

The Ghost Train
The Ghost Train Richard G. Winthrop
Mystery of Room 13
Mystery of Room 13 Capt. Johnnie Gray
Rhythm Serenade
Rhythm Serenade John Drover
They Were Sisters
They Were Sisters William Moore


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 1945 Madonna of the Seven Moons
Logan (as Peter Murray Hill)
 1944 Bell-Bottom George
Shapley (as Peter Murray Hill)
 1943 Rhythm Serenade
John Drover
 1940 The House of the Arrow
Jim Frobisher
 1940 House of Mystery
Harry Wethermill
 1939 Suspect (TV Movie)
Robert Smith (as Peter Murray Hill)
 1939 Poison Pen (uncredited)
 1939 The Outsider
Basil Owen
 1938 Jane Steps Out
Basil Gilbert
 1938 A Yank at Oxford
Minor Role (uncredited)
 1938 Mystery of Room 13
Capt. Johnnie Gray
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 1957 Rich and Rich (TV Series)
Himself - Guest
- Episode #1.7 (1957) ... Himself - Guest (as Peter Murray Hill)

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Peter Murray Hill

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Met wife Phyllis Calvert during a West End production of "Punch Without Judy" in 1939. See more »

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