Anthony Bushell (1904–1997)

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Anthony Bushell was born on May 19, 1904 in Westerham, Kent, England as Anthony Arnatt Bushell. He was an actor and producer, known for The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934), A Night to Remember (1958) and Five Star Final (1931). He was married to Zelma O'Neal and Anne. He died on April 2, 1997 in Oxford, England. See full bio »


(age 92) in Oxford, England, UK

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The Scarlet Pimpernel Sir Andrew Ffoulkes
A Night to Remember Capt. Arthur Rostron
Five Star Final Phillip Weeks
The Royal Bed Freddie Granton


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 1964 Drama 61-67 (TV Series)
Lt. Gen. Priest
- Studio '64: The Crunch (1964) ... Lt. Gen. Priest
 1963 The Sentimental Agent (TV Series)
Major Nelson
- All That Jazz (1963) ... Major Nelson
 1961 Sir Francis Drake (TV Series)
Tom Doughty
- The Doughty Plot (1961) ... Tom Doughty
 1961 The Queen's Guards
Major Cole
 1961 Danger Man (TV Series)
- The Girl Who Liked G.I.'s (1961) ... Lotsbeyer
 1959 Desert Mice
 1959 The Invisible Man (TV Series)
General Martin
- Shadow Bomb (1959) ... General Martin
 1959 The Four Just Men (TV Series)
Colonel Cyril Bacon
- The Battle of the Bridge (1959) ... Colonel Cyril Bacon
 1959 The Hill (TV Movie)
 1958-1959 Quatermass and the Pit (TV Mini-Series)
Colonel James Breen
- Hob (1959) ... Colonel James Breen
- The Wild Hunt (1959) ... Colonel James Breen
- The Enchanted (1959) ... Colonel James Breen
- Imps and Demons (1959) ... Colonel James Breen
- The Ghosts (1958) ... Colonel James Breen
 1958 A Night to Remember
Capt. Arthur Rostron
 1958 The Wind Cannot Read
The Brigadier
 1957 Robert's Wife (TV Movie)
The Rev. Robert Carson
 1957 Bitter Victory
General Paterson
 1956 Pursuit of the Graf Spee
Mr. Millington Drake - British Minister, Montevideo
 1956 Bhowani Junction
Lanson (uncredited)
 1956 The Black Tent
Ambassador Baring
 1954 The Purple Plain
Group Captain Aldridge
 1954 The Black Knight
King Arthur
 1953 Paratrooper
General Whiting
 1952 The Passionate Sentry
Major Guy Ashley
 1951 High Treason
Maj. Elliott
 1951 The Long Dark Hall
Clive Bedford
 1950 The Miniver Story
Dr. Kaneslaey
 1950 The Angel with the Trumpet
Baron Hugo Traun
 1949 Hour of Glory
Col. Strang
 1948 Hamlet
Undetermined Secondary Role (uncredited)
 1944 For Those in Peril (uncredited)
 1939 The Arsenal Stadium Mystery
John Doyce - Trojan Team Member
 1939 The Lion Has Wings
 1939 Murder on the Second Floor (TV Movie)
Hugh Bromilow
 1938 The Rebel Son
Andrei Bulba
 1937 The Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel
Sir Andrew Ffoulkes
 1937 The Angelus
Brian Ware
 1937 Troopship
Roddy Hammond
 1937 Dark Journey
Bob Carter
 1936 Hideout in the Alps
Inspector Forsyth
 1935 Admirals All
Flag Lt. Steve Langham
 1935 Lilies of the Field
Guy Mallory
 1934 The Scarlet Pimpernel
Sir Andrew Ffoulkes
 1934 Forbidden Territory
Rex Farrington
 1934 The Girl Thief
 1933 Red Wagon
Toby Griffiths
 1933 Crime on the Hill
Tony Fields
 1933 Channel Crossing
Peter Bradley
 1933 I Was a Spy
 1933 The Ghoul
Ralph Morlant
 1933 The Woman in Command
Lt. Ronald Jamieson
 1932 Midshipmaid Gob
Lt. Valentine
 1932 Sally Bishop
 1932 The Silver Greyhound
Gerald Varrick
 1932 Escapade
Philip Whitney
 1932 Vanity Fair
 1932 Shop Angel
Larry Pemberton
 1932 A Woman Commands
Lt. Iwan Petrovitch
 1931 Expensive Women
Arthur Raymond
 1931 How I Play Golf by Bobby Jones No. 11: 'Practice Shots' (Short)
Tony Bushell (uncredited)
 1931 Five Star Final
Phillip Weeks
 1931 Chances
Tom Ingleside
 1931 Born to Love
Leslie Darrow
 1931 The Royal Bed
Freddie Granton
 1930 Three Faces East
Capt. Arthur Chamberlain
 1930 The Flirting Widow
 1930 Journey's End
2nd Lt. Hibbert
 1930 Lovin' the Ladies
Brooks - the Butler
 1929 Show of Shows
Performer in 'Henry VI' Sequence (uncredited)
 1929 Disraeli
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He acted in the play, "Heart's Content," at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, England with Diana Wynward, Louis Borell, Mary Jerrold, Eileen Peel, Kathryn Hamill, Cyril Raymond, O.B. Clarence, and Arthur Macrae in the cast. Raymond Massey was director.

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British leading actor, later associate producer, on stage from 1924. An Oxford University and RADA graduate, he spent most of his early career in the U.S., starring on Broadway in "Her Cardboard Lover", opposite Jeanne Eagels. In Hollywood from 1929, he had key roles in Journey's End (1930), Five Star Final (1931) and Vanity Fair (1932), before returning to England. A cultured performer with a ... See more »

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