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Jack Warner (I) (1895–1981)

Jack Warner was born on October 24, 1895 in London, England as Horace John Waters. He was an actor, known for Dixon of Dock Green (1955), The Ladykillers (1955) and The Blue Lamp (1950). He died on May 24, 1981 in London. See full bio »

Died:

(age 85) in London, England, UK

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Filmography

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 1979 Dominique
George
 1973 Late Night Theatre (TV Series)
Jim
- Sanctuary (1973) ... Jim
 1962 Jigsaw
Det. Insp. Fred Fellows
 1958 Carve Her Name with Pride
Mr. Charles Bushell
 1956 Home and Away
George Knowles
 1956 Now and Forever
Mr. J. Pritchard
 1955 The Ladykillers
The Superintendent
 1954 Game of Danger
Bonsell
 1953 Break to Freedom
Capt. Maddox
 1953 The Square Ring
Danny Felton
 1953 Those People Next Door
Sam Twigg
 1952 Tonight at 8:30
Murdoch: Ways and Means
 1952 The Hundred Hour Hunt
Inspector Lane
 1952 The Monster of Killoon (TV Movie)
Bill Anderson
 1951 Valley of the Eagles
Inspector Peterson
 1951 Talk of a Million
Bartley Murnahan
 1950 The Services Show (TV Series)
 1949 Train of Events
Jim Hardcastle (segment "The Engine Driver")
 1948 My Brother's Keeper
George Martin
 1948 Against the Wind
Max Cronk
 1948 Easy Money
Philip Stafford
 1947 It Always Rains on Sunday
Det. Sergt. Fothergill
 1947 Dear Murderer
Insp. Penbury
 1947 Hue and Cry
Nightingale
 1946 The Captive Heart
Cpl. Horsfall
 1943 The Dummy Talks
Jack
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Other Works:

Autobiography: "Jack of all trades" by Jack Warner, published by W.H.Allen, (London 1975)

Publicity Listings:

1 Print Biography | 1 Portrayal | 4 Articles | 5 Magazine Cover Photos | See more »

Height:

5' 10" (1.78 m)
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Trivia:

Started acting with the Sutton Amateur Dramatics Club after the end of World War I. From 1935, performed in cabaret at the London West End as half of the double act of Warner & Darnell. In addition to Dixon of Dock Green (1955), he achieved lasting popularity on screen in the role of Joe Huggett, patriarch of a Cockney family, in Holiday Camp (1947), and its three sequels (plus a radio serial). ... See more »

Trademark:

Closing every episode of Dixon of Dock Green (1955) with a salute and the line, "Evenin' all".

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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