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Dave Crowley (I) (1910–1974)

Dave Crowley was born on May 4, 1910 in Holborn, London, England as David Crowley. He is known for his work on The Square Ring (1953), No Way Back (1949) and The Fugitive (1939). He died on December 11, 1974. See full bio »


(age 64)

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Known For

The Square Ring Additional Crew
No Way Back Stunts
The Fugitive Jim Smith


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 1971 The Last Valley
 1961 Barabbas (uncredited)
 1957 A Santa for Christmas (TV Movie)
 1957 The Steel Bayonet
Pvt. Harris (as David Crowley)
 1956 The Errol Flynn Theatre (TV Series)
- The Duel (1956) ... Groom
 1956 War and Peace
Russian Soldier (uncredited)
 1953 The Story of William Tell (Short)
 1953 Beat the Devil (uncredited)
 1953 Laughing Anne
Boxer #1 (as David Crowley)
 1949 Saints and Sinners
Barman (uncredited)
 1947 Temptation Harbor
 1945 I'll Be Your Sweetheart
1st. Henchman
 1945 Waterloo Road
Baked Beans (uncredited)
 1939 The Fugitive
Jim Smith
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 1949 No Way Back (supervisor: fight scenes - as Dave Crowley {ex-British Lightweight Champion holder of Lonsdale Belt})
 1949 Choir Practice (TV Movie) (fight arranger)
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 1953 The Square Ring (technical adviser)
 1945 Waterloo Road (fight arranger - uncredited)

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Alternate Names:

Dave Crowley {ex-British Lightweight Champion holder of Lonsdale Belt} | David Crowley

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British lightweight boxer who tried unsuccessfully for the for the World Featherweight Championship in 1936. He later turned to acting, appearing in several film and TV projects from the late 30s to early 70s..

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