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Haddon Mason (1899–1966)

Haddon Mason was born on February 21, 1899 in Marylebone, London, England as Nicholas Haddon Mason. He was an actor, known for The Scarlet Daredevil (1928), The Woman in White (1929) and Palaver (1926). He was married to Maudie Dunham. He died on April 29, 1966 in Paddington, London. See full bio »

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Known For

The Scarlet Daredevil
The Woman in White
The Woman in White Walter Hartwright
Palaver Captain Peter Allison
Painted Pictures
Painted Pictures John Marsh


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 1940 Blackout (uncredited)
 1937 Under the Red Robe
Count Rossignac
 1935 The Village Squire
Dr. Blake
 1933 A Moorland Tragedy (Short)
Gerry Moville
 1932 Castle Sinister
Roland Kemp
 1931 Inquest
Richard Hanning
 1931 The Shadow Between
 1931 Contraband Love
 1931 To Oblige a Lady
John Pendergast
 1930 London Melody
Sam Austin
 1930/I French Leave
Capt. Harry Glenister
 1930 The Yellow Mask
Ralph Carn
 1930 Painted Pictures
John Marsh
 1929 The Woman in White
Walter Hartwright
 1929 A Peep Behind the Scenes
Toby Charlton
 1928 The Lady of the Lake
Malcolm Graeme
 1928 The Rosary (Short)
 1928 The Scarlet Daredevil
Tallien (as Hadden Mason)
 1928 God's Clay
Geoffrey Vance
 1928 Skirts
The Wasp
 1928 Dawn
German A.P.M.
 1926 Palaver
Captain Peter Allison
 1926 Every Mother's Son
Jonathan Brent
 1925 The Lady in High Heels (Short)
 1925 The Lady in Lace (Short)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Stage Play: First Episode [College Sinners]. Comedy. Written by Terence Rattigan [Earliest Broadway credit] and Philip Heimann. Scenic Design by Rollo Wayne. Directed by Haddon Mason [only Broadway credit]. Ritz Theatre: 17 Sep 1934- Oct 1934 (closing date unknown/40 performances). Cast: Max Adrian (as "Albert Arnold"), Staats Cotsworth (... See more »

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Hadden Mason

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