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Milton Rosmer (1881–1971)

Miton Rosmer made his name on the British stage, debuting in 1889. He easily made the transition to silent pictures, appearing in such films as The Passionate Friends (1922). Talkies proved to be no obstacle to him, as it did to many silent actors, and Rosmer had roles in such classics as Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) and The Stars Look Down (1940). ... See full bio »

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Known For

Goodbye, Mr. Chips
Goodbye, Mr. Chips Chatteris
Hour of Glory
Hour of Glory Prof. Mair
The Monkey's Paw
The Monkey's Paw Mr. Trelawne
Lady Windermere's Fan
Lady Windermere's Fan Lord Windermere


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 1956 H.M. Tennent Globe Theatre (TV Series)
- Rebecca (1956) ... Frith
 1956 The Scarlet Pimpernel (TV Series)
- Gentlemen of the Road (1956) ... Rothstein
- The Imaginary Invalids (1956) ... Rothstein
 1956 The Count of Monte Cristo (TV Series)
Father Pietro
- The Mazzini Affair (1956) ... Father Pietro
 1955 Othello (TV Movie)
 1950-1955 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
William Makepeace / Lord Eskdale / Emperor Franz I / ...
- The Makepeace Story #2: A New Generation (1955) ... William Makepeace
- L'Aiglon (1953) ... Emperor Franz I
- Cheapside (1950) ... Andrew Winsloe
 1955 Terminus (TV Series)
- The Driving Seat (1955) ... Doctor
 1954 John Wesley
Trustee of Georgia
 1953 Badger's Green (TV Movie)
Doctor Wetherby
 1952 Pride and Prejudice (TV Mini-Series)
Mr. Bennet
- Episode #1.6 (1952) ... Mr. Bennet
- Episode #1.5 (1952) ... Mr. Bennet
- Episode #1.4 (1952) ... Mr. Bennet
- Episode #1.2 (1952) ... Mr. Bennet
- Episode #1.1 (1952) ... Mr. Bennet
 1950 Twelve Thousand (TV Movie)
 1949 The Governess (TV Movie)
Det.-Insp. Rough
 1948 The Monkey's Paw
Mr. Trelawne
 1948 Daybreak
 1947 The End of the River
The Judge
 1947 Fame Is the Spur
 1947 Gaslight (TV Movie)
Sergeant Rough
 1947 Frieda
 1947 Scandal at Court (TV Movie)
Baron de Rudenschold
 1941 Atlantic Ferry
George Burns
 1941 You're Telling Me! (Short)
Mr. Harper
 1940 Dangerous Comment (Short)
Major Brett
 1940 Return to Yesterday
 1939 The Lion Has Wings
Head of Observer Corps
 1939 Goodbye, Mr. Chips
 1939 Gas Light (TV Movie)
 1939 Let's Be Famous
Albert Pinbright
 1934 Grand Prix
 1930 The W Plan
President of Court Martial
 1929 High Treason
Ernest Stratton (uncredited)
 1924 Shadow of Egypt
Harold Westcott
 1923 A Gamble with Hearts
Dallas Chalfont
 1922 The Pointing Finger
Lord Rollestone / Earl Edensore
 1922 David Garrick (Short)
David Garrick
 1922 The Passionate Friends
Steven Stratton
 1921 Why Men Forget
Richard Mortimer
 1921 The Diamond Necklace
Charles Furness
 1921 The Will
Philip Ross
 1920 Torn Sails
Hugh Morgan
 1920 The Golden Web
Sterling Deans
 1920 With All Her Heart
Geoffrey Bell
 1919 The Odds Against Her
Leo Strathmore
 1919 The Chinese Puzzle
Sir Roger de la Haye
 1916 The Greater Need
Bob Leroy
 1916 I Believe
Stephen Ferrier
 1916 Cynthia in the Wilderness
Harvey Elwes
 1916 Still Waters Run Deep
John Mildmay
 1916 Whoso Is Without Sin
The Vicar
 1915 The Mystery of a Hansom Cab
Mark Frettleby
Show Show Director (17 credits)
Show Show Writer (5 credits)
Show Show Self (2 credits)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage: Appeared in Sigmund Miller's play, "One Bright Day," at the Apollo Theatre in London, England, with Clive Brook, Renée Asherson, Naunton Wayne, Tony Church, Derek Farr, Margot Boyd and Gerald Case in the cast. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Arthur Milton Lunt


5' 8½" (1.74 m)

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Was the director of the Stratford-Upon-Avon (England) Memorial Theatre.

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