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Bransby Williams (1870–1961)

Bransby Williams was born on August 14, 1870 in London, England. He was an actor and writer, known for Scrooge (1928), The Street Watchman's Story (1914) and Bernardo's Confession (1914). He died on December 3, 1961 in London. See full bio »

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(age 91) in London, England, UK

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 1952 Judgment Deferred
Dad
 1946 The Trojan Brothers
Tom Hockaby
 1945 The Agitator
Salvation Army Leader
 1943 At Dawn We Die
Matthieu
 1942 Those Kids from Town
Uncle Sid
 1941 The Common Touch
Ben
 1937 The Song of the Road
Old Bill
 1936 Hearts of Humanity
Mike Timmins
 1933 The Woman in Command
Dan Marvello
 1928 Scrooge (Short)
Ebenezer Scrooge
 1926 Bleak House (Short)
The Miser
 1918 The Greatest Wish in the World
Father O'Leary
 1915 Hard Times
Gradgrind
 1914 Bernardo's Confession (Short)
Count Bernardo
 1914 Grimaldi (Short)
Joseph Grimaldi
 1914 The Seven Ages of Man (Short)
 1914 The Street Watchman's Story (Short)
The Watchman
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British comic actor, monologist and impersonator, on stage from the 1890's and in films from 1911. He began working life as a tea taster, clerk and designer of wallpapers. Best known for mimicking well-known personalities of the era, especially actors like Henry Irving, Herbert Beerbohm Tree and Cyril Maude. See more »

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