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Gerald Pring (1888–1970)

Gerald Pring was born on March 16, 1888 in Twickenham, Middlesex, England. He was an actor, known for Milestones (1920), The Nut (1921) and Broken Chains (1922). He died on October 21, 1970 in Marylebone, London, England. See full bio »
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Known For

Milestones Ned Pym / Lord Monkhurst / Young Lord Monkhurst
The Nut
The Nut Gentleman George
Broken Chains
Broken Chains Butler
The Bronze Bell
The Bronze Bell Capt. Darrington


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 1952 Stable Rivals (Short)
Mr. King
 1949 No Way Back
 1948 The Secret Tunnel
Mr. Wilson
 1948 My Brother's Keeper
Minister (uncredited)
 1947 The Wind of Heaven (TV Movie)
 1947 Double Door (TV Movie)
 1947 Black Memory
 1946 Loyal Heart
Doctor (uncredited)
 1945 The Echo Murders
Sir Horace Cranston
 1944 A Night of Magic
 1939 The Human Monster
Henry Stuart (uncredited)
 1936 Well Done, Henry (uncredited)
 1935 Three Witnesses
 1928 The Betrayal
Capt. O'Callaghan
 1922 Broken Chains
 1922 June Madness
Cadbury Todd II
 1922 Confidence
Henry Taylor
 1922 Always the Woman
Reginald Stanhope
 1922 The Fighting Streak
Charles Merchant
 1922 Man Under Cover
Holt Langdon
 1921 Desert Blossoms
Mr. Joyce
 1921 Live and Let Live
Albert Waton
 1921 The Bronze Bell
Capt. Darrington
 1921/I The Nut
Gentleman George
 1920 The Palace of Darkened Windows
Captain Falconer
 1920 Milestones
Ned Pym / Lord Monkhurst / Young Lord Monkhurst
 1917 The Lady of the Photograph
Captain Latimer

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Other Works:

Stage: Appeared in "Editha's Burglar" on Broadway, 1916.

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