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Jack Train (I) (1902–1966)

Jack Train was born on November 28, 1902 in Plymouth, Devon, England. He was an actor, known for Colonel Bogey (1948), New Town (1948) and Your Very Good Health (1948). He died on December 16, 1966 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 64) in London, England, UK

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 1967 Turn Out the Lights (TV Series)
Man at Meeting
- One for Yes, Two for No (1967) ... Man at Meeting
 1965 The Woman Who Wouldn't Die
 1959 Glencannon (TV Series)
 1957 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
- Panther 140 (1957) ... Major (voice)
 1949 Cabaret Cruise (TV Series)
 1949 Alice in Wonderland
Puppet Character (voice)
 1948 Colonel Bogey
Uncle James (voice)
 1948 New Town (Short) (voice)
 1948 Robinson Charley (Short) (voice)
 1948 Your Very Good Health (Short) (voice)
 1946 Showtime
 1943 Miss London Ltd.
Joe Nelson
 1943 It's That Man Again
Lefty / Funf
 1939 The Nursemaid Who Disappeared
Barman (uncredited)
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Appeared in the BBC radio programme, "It's That Man Again" a.k.a. "ITMA" in various roles from 1939 to 1949. Originally appeared as Funf, the elusive German spy. See more »

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