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in The Saint Meets the Tiger (1943)
Charles Gordon McLeod
27 December 1890
|Died||16 October 1963 72) (aged|
Charles Gordon McLeod(27 December 1890 – 16 October 1963) was an English actor. He was born in Market Giffard, Ivybridge, Devon.
His film appearances include Chance of a Lifetime and The Silent Passenger , but he is best known for his recurring appearance as the character Claud Eustace Teal in films such as The Saint Meets the Tiger .
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