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D. A. Clarke-Smith
Douglas Alexander Clarke-Smith
2 August 1888
|Died||12 March 1959 70) (aged|
D. A. Clarke-Smith (2 August 1888 –12 March 1959) was a British actor.
He was born on 2 August 1888 at Montrose, Scotland. He was educated at the University of Oxford, studying law and voice culture, and while there joined the Oxford University Dramatic Society. His stage career was interrupted by the First World War. After the Armistice, he joined the Birmingham Repertory Company and later came to the London stage.
He and Alice G Bowes married in London in 1920. They had two children: Jeanne and John.
He and Catherine Rosemary Ellis married in Chelsea in 1945. They had three children: Lucinda, Humphrey and Charlotte.
Clarke–Smith died on 12 March 1959, in Withyham in Sussex, England.
|1931||Bracelets||Joe le Sage|
|1931||Michael and Mary||Harry Price|
|1931||The Old Man||John Lorney|
|1932||Help Yourself||Maj. Fred Harris|
|1932||The Frightened Lady||Dr Amersham|
|1932||A Voice Said Goodnight||Philip Gaylor|
|1932||A Letter of Warning||Sir James Royd|
|1932||White Face||Dr Rudd|
|1933||The Good Companions||Ridvers|
|1933||Head of the Family||Welsh|
|1933||I Was a Spy||President of Investigation Board||Uncredited|
|1933||Mayfair Girl||Captain Merrow|
|1933||Friday the Thirteenth||Max|
|1933||The Thirteenth Candle||Blades|
|1933||The Laughter of Fools||Plunket|
|1933||I'm an Explosive||Lord Ferndale|
|1933||Follow the Lady||Flash Bob|
|1934||Flat Number Three||Kettler|
|1934||Keep It Quiet||Vendervell|
|1934||Warn London||Dr Nicoletti|
|1934||A Cup of Kindness||Mr Jim Finch|
|1934||The Perfect Flaw||Louis Maddox|
|1934||The Man Who Knew Too Much||Binstead|
|1934||Lorna Doone||Counsellor Doone|
|1934||The Feathered Serpent||Joe Farmer|
|1934||Menace||Sir Robert Conway|
|1935||Key to Harmony||Rupert Golder|
|1935||Murder by Rope||Hanson|
|1936||Southern Roses||Senor Estrello|
|1936||The Happy Family||Mr Harrison|
|1937||Splinters in the Air||Warrant Officer|
|1937||Little Miss Somebody||Mr Borden|
|1938||I've Got a Horse||Fowler, Kings Counsel|
|1939||Wanted by Scotland Yard||Inspector Williams|
|1939||Flying Fifty–Five||Jacques Gregory|
|1952||Something Money Can't Buy||Critic|
|1952||The Pickwick Papers||Dodson|
|1953||The Sword and the Rose||Cardinal Wolsey|
|1954||Beau Brummell||Sir John Wyatt||Uncredited|
|1956||The Man Who Never Was||Consul Smith||Uncredited|
|1956||The Baby and the Battleship||The Admiral|
He also did some television work from 1937 onwards.
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