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Arthur Riscoe (1895–1954)

A one time rubber-faced star of comedy theatre from the mid 1910s, starred in a series of four short 'Will O' Wisp' comedy films directed by Cecil Mannering for the British Gaumont Film Company in 1920 the first of which was 'Horatio's Deception'. later appeared in mostly support roles in talkies through the 1930s until his last film in 'Kipps' in... See full bio »

Died:

(age 58) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Kiss Me Goodbye
(1933)
For Love of You
(1933)
Horatio's Deception
(1920)
The Other Dog's Day
The Other Dog's Day The Husband
(1920)

Filmography

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 1937 Gaiety Girls
Jacques Thibaud
 1937 The Street Singer
Sam Green
 1936 Public Nuisance No. 1
Arthur Rawlings
 1933 For Love of You
Jack
 1933 Kiss Me Goodbye
Jack
 1932 For the Love of Mike
Conway Paton
 1920 Horatio's Deception (Short)
Horatio
 1920 Oh! Jemimah! (Short)
The Master
 1920 The Bitten Biter (Short)
The Husband
 1920 The Other Dog's Day (Short)
The Husband
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 1936 Public Nuisance No. 1 (performer: "Hotsy Totsy", "Swing", "Between You, Me and the Carpet")
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Vernon Sylvaine's play, "Will Any Gentleman?," at the Strand Theatre in London, England with Robertson Hare and Constance Lorne in the cast. See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Print Biography | See more »

Alternate Names:

Aurthur Riscoe | Arthur Roscoe
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Trivia:

Father of Maureen Riscoe.

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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