George Wallace (V) (1895–1960)

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George Wallace was born on June 4, 1895 in Aberdeen, New South Wales, Australia as George Stevenson Wallace. He was an actor and writer, known for Gone to the Dogs (1939), His Loyal Highness (1932) and Harmony Row (1933). He was married to Margarita Nicholas. He died on October 19, 1960 in Kensington, Sydney, New South Wales. See full bio »

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Known For

His Loyal Highness Tommy Dodds / King of Betonia
Harmony Row Tom 'Dreadnought' Wallace


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 1951 Wherever She Goes
Stage Manager
 1944 The Fighting Rats of Tobruk
Barber of Tobruk
 1939 Gone to the Dogs
 1938 Let George Do It
Joe Blake
 1934 A Ticket in Tatts
 1933 Harmony Row
Tom 'Dreadnought' Wallace
 1932 His Loyal Highness
Tommy Dodds / King of Betonia
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 1939 Gone to the Dogs (an original screenplay by)
 1933 Harmony Row (writer)
 1932 His Loyal Highness (story)
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 1944 The Fighting Rats of Tobruk (performer: "The Campbells Are Coming" - uncredited)
 1939 Gone to the Dogs (lyrics: "Original Musical Number: "We'll Build A Little Home") / (music: "Original Musical Number: "We'll Build A Little Home")
 1932 His Loyal Highness (performer: "My Girl's Got It", "Your Majesty", "He is the King" - uncredited) / (writer: "My Girl's Got It", "Your Majesty", "Long Live the King", "He is the King", "I'll Be King", "Drink" - uncredited)
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 1957 The George Wallace Show (TV Special)
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 1999 Funny by George: The George Wallace Story (TV Movie documentary)
 1997 Century of Cinema (TV Series documentary)
Joe Blake
- 40,000 years of dreaming (1997) ... Joe Blake
 1995 The Celluloid Heroes (TV Mini-Series documentary)

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