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Lennox Pawle (1872–1936)

Beaming, rotund Lennox Pawle is chiefly remembered for his delightful, albeit brief, performance as the 'pixillated' Mr. Dick in MGM's classic version of David Copperfield (1935). A former newspaperman and owner of a racing publication, Pawle had been on stage in his native England from the 1890's as a comic actor and member of the Maude Adams ... See full bio »

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Known For

David Copperfield
(1935)
The Gay Deception
The Gay Deception Consul-General
(1935)
The Sin of Madelon Claudet
(1931)
All the Sad World Needs
All the Sad World Needs George Grover
(1918)

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 1935 Sylvia Scarlett
Drunk (uncredited)
 1935 The Gay Deception
Consul-General
 1931 Mata Hari
DiSignac (uncredited)
 1931 The Sin of Madelon Claudet
St. Jacques
 1929 Hot for Paris
Mr. Pratt
 1929 The Sky Hawk
Lord Bardell
 1929 Married in Hollywood
King Alexander
 1920 The Temptress
Perkins
 1918 All the Sad World Needs
George Grover
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary. Comedy. Written by St. John Ervine. Scenic Design by Ernest Gros. Lighting Design by Louis Hartman. Directed by David Belasco. Belasco Theatre: 11 Sep 1923- Nov 1923 (closing date unknown/86 performances). Cast: Gladys Burgess (as "Ellen"), Audrey Cameron ("Jenny"), Orlando Daly (as "Rev. Canon Peter... See more »

Height:

5' 7" (1.7 m)
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