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Caven Watson (1903–1953)

Caven Watson was born on January 19, 1903 in Glasgow, Scotland. He was an actor, known for In Which We Serve (1942), We Dive at Dawn (1943) and A Good Landfall (1941). He died in July 1953 in Norholt, England. See full bio »


(age 50) in Norholt, England, UK
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Known For

In Which We Serve
We Dive at Dawn
We Dive at Dawn Chief Engine Room Artificer - C / P.O. Duncan
A Good Landfall
Vacation from Marriage
Vacation from Marriage CPO Scotty McAllister


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 1953 The Sword and the Rose
Captain Bradhurst
 1953 The Honours of Scotland (TV Movie)
 1953 Project M7
Dr. Ferguson (as Cavan Watson)
 1950 Madeleine
Clerk (uncredited)
 1949 Landfall
Lt. Cmdr. Mitcheson (uncredited)
 1948 The Winslow Boy
Caddie to First Sea Lord (uncredited)
 1947 The October Man
Left Luggage Man #1 (uncredited)
 1946 Wanted for Murder
Underground Attendant
 1945 Johnny in the Clouds
R.A.F. Corporal (as Cavan Watson)
 1943 San Demetrio London
Tugboat Captain (uncredited)
 1943 We Dive at Dawn
Chief Engine Room Artificer - C / P.O. Duncan
 1942 In Which We Serve
 1941 A Good Landfall (Short)
Sailor (as Cavan Watson)
 1939 Goodbye, Mr. Chips (uncredited)
 1938 Pest Pilot (TV Movie)
 1938 The Tragic Muse (TV Short)
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 1949 A Yank Comes Back (Documentary short)

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He acted in Thomas Dekkler's play, "The Shoemaker's Holiday," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Walter Hudd and Andrew Leigh in the cast. Walter Hudd also directed.

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Cavan Watson

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