Edward Ernest Butcher
7 April 1885
|Died||8 June 1965 80) (aged|
Edward Ernest Butcher (7 April 1885 – 8 June 1965) was a British actor, on stage from 1935, and with many film and TV appearances.    He was the second husband of the actress Muriel George, and stepfather to her son, the critic John Davenport.  
He appeared in the original production of J.B. Priestley's play When We Are Married at St. Martin's Theatre London, in 1938;  and reprised his performance in the film version, in 1943. 
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appeared in Terror on a Train, 1953, with Glenn Ford as seen on cable station TCM at10:45 - 12:15pm EST on 8/22/2017