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Lew Lake (1875–1939)

Lew Lake was born on January 10, 1875 in Bethnal Green, London, England as Lewis Charles Polack. He was an actor and writer, known for The Bloomsbury Burglars (1912), The Great Game (1930) and Splinters (1929). He died on November 5, 1939 in Islington Green, London. See full bio »

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(1912)
(1930)
Splinters Nobbler
(1929)
Splinters in the Air Lew - the Stage Manager
(1937)

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 1937 Splinters in the Air
Lew - the Stage Manager
 1930 The Great Game
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 1929 Splinters
Nobbler
 1912 The Bloomsbury Burglars (Short)
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 1912 The Bloomsbury Burglars (Short) (sketch)
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 1931 Splinters in the Navy
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Trivia:

Actor of British music halls and the stage from the early 1900's. Chiefly famous for coining the term "Jerry" as a reference to Germans in the two World Wars.

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Capricorn

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