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M.E. Clifton James (1898–1963)

Served in WWI, and was badly gassed. After the war, took up acting, and was on the London stage in WWII, where he came to the attention of MI5 (British Military Intelligence) by accident. At the end of one nightly performance, he couldn't find the hat that he would normally wear, and so he donned a beret and walked onstage; the audience, thinking ... See full bio »

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Blanche Fury Prison Governor


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 1948 The Calendar
Car Driver at Petrol Station (uncredited)
 1948 Blanche Fury
Prison Governor (as M. E. Clifton-James)
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 1958 Hell, Heaven or Hoboken (book)
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 1959 To Tell the Truth (TV Series)
- Episode dated 20 January 1959 (1959) ... Self
 1958 Hell, Heaven or Hoboken
Self / Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery

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Alternate Names:

M. E. Clifton-James | Meyrick Clifton-James | Meyrick Edward Clifton James

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