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Cecil Ramage (1895–1988)

Cecil Ramage was born on January 17, 1895 in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was an actor, known for Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949), Account Rendered (1932) and King of the Damned (1935). He was married to Cathleen Nesbitt. He died on February 22, 1988 in Glasgow, Scotland. See full bio »

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 1949 Kind Hearts and Coronets
Crown Counsel
 1948 Blanche Fury
Prosecuting Counsel
 1945 A Yank in London
 1939 False Rapture
 1938 A Dream of Love (Short)
Baron St. Cricq (uncredited)
 1937 The Face Behind the Scar
John Forbes
 1937 Danger in Paris
 1937 The Mill on the Floss
 1936 Secret of Stamboul
Prince Ali
 1936 Love in Exile
John Weston
 1935 King of the Damned
Major Ramon Montez
 1935 The Murder Party
Howard Vernon
 1935 Hell's Cargo
 1935 Regal Cavalcade
Undetermined Minor Role (uncredited)
 1934 What Happened Then?
 1934 April Blossoms
Johann Vogl
 1934 Freedom of the Seas
 1934 The Luck of a Sailor
 1933 Britannia of Billingsgate
 1933 Spy 77
Ermete Davila
 1932 C.O.D.
 1932 Account Rendered (Short)
Barry Barriter
 1932 The Strangler
Dr. Bevan

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Cecil B. Ramage

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Served in World War I as a captain in the Royal Scots, saw action in Gallipoli and Palestine and was awarded a Military Cross. See more »

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