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 1958 Dublin Nightmare (as John Seabourne)
 1957 A King in New York (as John Seabourne)
 1955 File on Voronov (TV Movie) (as John Seabourne)
 1955 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series) (1 episode)
- The Salt Land (1955) ... (as John Seabourne)
 1955 Cross Channel (as John Seabourne)
 1953 Sea Devils (as John Seabourne)
 1952 The Night Won't Talk (as John Seabourne)
 1951 Night Without Stars (as John Seabourne)
 1950 The Wooden Horse (as John Seabourne Snr.)
 1949 The Rocking Horse Winner (as John Seabourne)
 1949 The History of Mr. Polly (as John Seabourne)
 1945 'I Know Where I'm Going!' (as John Seabourne)
 1944 A Canterbury Tale (as John Seabourne)
 1944 The Volunteer
 1943 The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (as John Seabourne)
 1940 Blackout (as John Seabourne)
 1939 Discoveries
 1939 Remember When (as John Seabourne)
 1938 John Halifax (as John Seabourne)
 1937 Under a Cloud (as John Seabourne)
 1937 Double Exposures (as John Seabourne)
 1937 It's Never Too Late to Mend (as John Seabourne)
 1937 The House of Silence (Short)
 1936 The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (as John Seabourne)
 1935 Phantom Ship (uncredited)
 1935 The Man Without a Face (as John Seabourne)
 1935 Lend Me Your Husband (as John Seabourne)
 1932 Her First Affaire (as Dr. Seabourne)
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Alternate Names:

Dr. Seabourne | John Seabourne | John Seabourne Snr.

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