Donald Calthrop

Donald Calthrop
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Donald Calthrop (11 April 1888 – 15 July 1940) was an English film actor. He appeared in 63 films between 1916 and 1940, including five films directed by Alfred Hitchcock. He was born in London and died in Eton from a heart attack. He was the nephew of Dion Boucicault. He was educated at St Paul's School and made his first stage appearance when eighteen years old at the Comedy Theatre, London. His first film was The Gay Lord Quex. Description above from the Wikipedia article Donald Calthrop, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia. ​
Name Donald Calthrop
Also Known As
Birthday 1888-04-11
Deathday 1940-07-15
Gender Male
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Place of Birth London, England, UK
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1929-10-06
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As: Clayton
1936-09-11
The Man Who Changed ...
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1937-02-25
Fire Over England...
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1930-11-24
Murder!...
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1935-11-30
Scrooge...
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1932-07-18
Number Seventeen...
As: David Owen
1935-08-05
The Phantom Light...
As: Poole
1932-10-31
Rome Express...
As: Himself - Commentato
1931-01-31
Industrial Britain...
As: Cnockhaert
1933-12-15
I Was A Spy...
As: Parson
1931-01-08
Cape Forlorn...
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1918-01-02
Nelson...
As: Sunshine, the Photog
1933-04-02
F.P.1...
As: Drunken Yokel
1935-07-22
Me and Marlborough...
As: Saul Hodgkin
1931-08-22
The Ghost Train...
As: Frederick Strickland
1940-07-12
Let George Do It!...
As: The Candidate
1929-07-01
Up the Poll...
As: Dr. Harold E. Walpol
1936-08-23
The Man Behind the M...
As: Guide
1940-08-31
Charley's (Big-Heart...
As: Hobday
1940-03-23
Band Waggon...
As: Himself / Petruchio
1930-02-01
Elstree Calling...
As: Andy Wilkes
1928-02-06
Shooting Stars...
As: Judge Fumaroli
1935-06-01
The Divine Spark...
As: Peter Shirley
1941-05-14
Major Barbara...
As: Unknown
1930-02-01
All Riot on the West...
As: Charles, the butler
1930-09-19
Almost a Honeymoon...
As: The Porter
1930-03-25
The Night Porter...
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1930-03-01
Song of Soho...
As: Mascoso
1930-01-01
Spanish Eyes...
As: Mendel
1930-07-28
Two Worlds...
As: Mathias
1931-01-01
The Bells...
As: Compton Hardcastle
1931-11-01
Many Waters...
As: Counsel for Defense
1931-01-01
Potiphar's Wife...
As: Burglar
1931-02-05
Uneasy Virtue...
As: Sir William Royden
1932-09-06
Fires of Fate...
As: Manager
1932-06-20
Money for Nothing...
As: Milton Stafford
1933-12-19
This Acting Business...
As: Pointer
1929-11-15
Atlantic...
As: Yeh Ling
1929-03-01
The Clue of the New ...
As: Old Chinaman
1936-05-20
Broken Blossoms...
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1937-04-18
Love from a Stranger...
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1929-06-30
Blackmail (Silent Ve...
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1937-04-22
Thunder in the City...
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1935-09-01
Man of the Moment...
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1918-05-05
Masks and Faces...
As: Macleod
1934-06-17
Red Ensign...