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George Vollaire (1894–1971)

George Vollaire was born in 1894 in Lambeth, London, England as George Willis Vollaire. He was a production manager and actor, known for Die Bou van 'n Nasie (1938), Holiday Lovers (1932) and As Ons Twee Eers Getroud Is! (1962). He died in 1971 in Transvaal, South Africa. See full bio »

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(age 77) in Transvaal, South Africa

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Known For

Die Bou van 'n Nasie
Die Bou van 'n Nasie Jan van Riebeeck
(1938)
Holiday Lovers
(1932)
As Ons Twee Eers Getroud Is!
As Ons Twee Eers Getroud Is! Production Manager
(1962)
Basie
Basie Production Manager
(1961)

Filmography

Hide Hide Show Show Production manager (7 credits)
 1963 Die Ruiter in die Nag (production manager)
 1962 Jy's Lieflik Vanaand (production manager)
 1962 As Ons Twee Eers Getroud Is! (production manager)
 1962 Die Tweede Slaapkamer (production manager)
 1961 En die Vonke Spat (production manager)
 1961 Basie (production manager)
 1960 Die Jagters (production manager)
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 1938 Die Bou van 'n Nasie
Jan van Riebeeck
 1930 The Road to Fortune
Dr. Killick
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in George and Ira Gershwin's musical, "Lady, Be Good!," at the Empire Theatre in London, England with Fred Astaire, Adele Astaire, Cyril Stowell, Buddy Lee, William Kent, Roy Emerton, Sylvia Leslie, Irene Russell, Glori Beaumont, and Ewart Scott in the cast.

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