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William Podmore (1888–1963)


William Podmore was born on September 24, 1888 in Manchester, England. He was an actor, known for A Christmas Carol (1943), Anne Bradstreet, Puritan Poetess (1952) and The King's Author (1952). He died on September 30, 1963 in New York, USA. See full bio »

Died:

(age 75) in New York, USA

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Known For

A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol Ebenezer Scrooge
(1943)
Anne Bradstreet, Puritan Poetess
(1952)
The King's Author
The King's Author King James I
(1952)
The Three Garridebs
The Three Garridebs Dr. Watson
(1937)

Filmography

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 1956 The Kaiser Aluminum Hour (TV Series)
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- A Fragile Affair (1956) ... Process Server
 1953 The United States Steel Hour (TV Series)
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- The Man in Possession (1953) ... Baliff
 1953 Campbell Summer Soundstage (TV Series)
- Solitaire (1953)
 1952 The King's Author (TV Movie)
King James I
 1952 Reign of Terror (TV Movie)
Colombel
 1952 Robert Montgomery Presents (TV Series)
- The Lonely (1952)
 1952 Anne Bradstreet, Puritan Poetess (TV Movie)
Stephan Botwell
 1937 The Three Garridebs (TV Movie)
Dr. Watson
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Other Works:

Mr. Pickwick (1952). Comedy (revival). Written by Stanley Young. Based on incidents from "The Pickwick Papers" by Charles Dickens. Production Design by Kathleen Ankers. Directed by John Burrell. Plymouth Theatre (moved to The John Golden Theatre from 27 Oct 1952- close): 17 Sep 1952- 8 Nov 1952 (61 performances). Cast: Wallace ... See more »
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Popular radio and Broadway actor. He was the first actor to play both Ebenezer Scrooge and Dr. Watson (to Louis Hector's Sherlock Holmes) on television. See more »

Star Sign:

Libra

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