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H. Reeves-Smith (1862–1938)

H. Reeves-Smith was born on May 17, 1862 in Scarborough, Yorkshire, England as Harry Reeves-Smith. He was an actor, known for The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1929), Three Weeks (1924) and No More Women (1924). He was married to Clara White. He died on January 29, 1938 in Elwell, Surrey, England. See full bio »

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 1924 Three Weeks
Sir Charles Verdayne (as H. Reeves Smith)
 1924 No More Women
Howard Van Dyke

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Stage Play: The Unchastened Woman. Written by Louis K. Anspacher. Directed by T. Daniel Frawley and Louis Kaufman Anspacher. 39th Street Theatre: 9 Oct 1915- Mar 1916 (closing date unknown/193 performances). Cast: Louis Bennison, Willette Kershaw, Jennie Lamont, Christine Lamont, H. Reeves-Smith, Isabel Richards, Emily Stevens. Produced by ... See more »

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Harry Reeves-Smith | H. Reeves Smith

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