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Hugh E. Wright (1879–1940)

Hugh E. Wright was born on April 13, 1879 in Cannes, Alpes-Maritimes, France as Hugh Esterel Wright. He was an actor and writer, known for Nothing Else Matters (1920), Scrooge (1935) and Garryowen (1920). He died on February 12, 1940 in Windsor, Berkshire, England. See full bio »

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 1939 1066: And All That (TV Movie)
 1938 The Knight of the Burning Pestle (TV Movie)
The Citizen
 1936 Royal Eagle
Albert Marshall
 1935 Scrooge
Old Joe
 1935 Widow's Might
Peasgood
 1934 Radio Parade of 1935
Algernon Bird
 1934 Adventurers Ltd.
Don Lorenzo / Montagu Phelps
 1934 Crazy People
 1934 Get Your Man
Rev. John Vivien
 1934 Nell Gwyn (uncredited)
 1934 On the Air
Vicar
 1933 The Love Wager
Noakes
 1933 Shot in the Dark
George Yarrow
 1933 You Made Me Love You
Father
 1933 My Old Duchess
Higgins
 1933 For Love or Money
Jordan
 1933 The Good Companions
Librarian
 1932 Pyjamas Preferred
Grock
 1932 Lord Camber's Ladies
Old Man
 1932 Brother Alfred
Sydney
 1931 The Great Gay Road
Backus
 1931 Stranglehold
Briggs
 1931 Down River
Charlie Wong
 1929 Auld Lang Syne
Wullie McNab
 1923 The Romany
 1922 A Sailor Tramp
The Cockney
 1921 The Corner Man
Bob Warner
 1921 Mary-Find-the-Gold
Alfred Smith
 1920 Nothing Else Matters
Jimmy Daw
 1920 Garryowen
Moriarty
 1919 Carry On
Alf
 1919 Hughie at the Victory Derby (Short)
Hughie
 1918 The Kiddies in the Ruins (Short)
Tommy
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Charlot Revue (1925). Musical revue. Music for "How D'You Do?," "Let's All Go Raving Mad," "Follow Master Cook" and "Oxford Bags" by Philip Braham. Lyrics for "How D'You Do?" by Eric Blore. Lyrics for "How D'You Do?" and "Gigolette" by Dion Titheradge. Lyrics for "Let's All Go Raving Mad" by Hugh E. Wright. "Buying a Hat" and "... See more »
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Father of actor Tony Wright.

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Aries

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