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William Archibald (II) (1917–1970)

William Archibald was born on March 7, 1917 in Trinidad, British West Indies as John William Wharton Archibald. He was a writer, known for The Innocents (1961), I Confess (1953) and The Admiral Broadway Revue (1949). He died on December 27, 1970 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »
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Known For

The Innocents Writer
(1961)
I Confess Writer
(1953)
The Admiral Broadway Revue Himself - Dancer
(1949)

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 1961 The Innocents (screenplay)
 1953 I Confess (screen play)
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 1949 The Admiral Broadway Revue (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Encore (1949) ... (performer: "Afternoon of a Faun")
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 1949 The Admiral Broadway Revue (TV Series)
Himself - Dancer
- Encore (1949) ... Himself - Dancer

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His stage adaptation of Henry James' novel, "The Innocents", was performed at the Greenwich Theatre in London, England with Judith Scott, Avril Elgar, Mark Carlisle in the cast. Directed by Robert Delamere. See more »

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Survived by two sisters, Kathleen and Mrs. John Kerry of Trinidad; and two brothers, Rupert, also of Trinidad and Charles of Geneva. See more »

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