|Born||14 March 1894|
New York City, New York, U.S.
|Died||29 January 1966 71) (aged|
|Spouse(s)|| Betty Paul |
(m. 1945–1955; divorced) 
Hartley Power (14 March 1894 – 29 January 1966) was an American-born British [ citation needed ] film and television actor, who made his Broadway debut in Dolly Jordan in 1922.   He is best remembered for two roles: "Sylvester Kee" the ventriloquist who is shot and almost killed by "Maxwell Frere" (Michael Redgrave) as a rival for his dummy's "affections" in Dead of Night and Mr. Hennessy, the chief of the news agency that Gregory Peck worked for in Roman Holiday .  
He died in a Brighton nursing home on 29 January 1966 aged 71.  
|1933||Leave It to Smith||John Mortimer|
|Yes, Mr Brown||Mr Brown|
|Friday the Thirteenth||An American Tourist|
|Aunt Sally||'Gloves' Clark||Released as Along Came Sally in USA|
|1934||Road House||Dick D'Arcy|
|The Camels are Coming||Nicholas|
|1936||Jury's Evidence||Edgar Trent|
|Living Dangerously||District Attorney|
|Where There's a Will||Duke Wilson|
|The Return of the Frog||'Chicago Dale' Sandford|
|1939||Just like a Woman||Al|
|Murder Will Out||Campbell|
|1940||A Window in London||Max Preston||Released as Lady in Distress in USA|
|Return to Yesterday||Regan|
|1941||Atlantic Ferry||Samuel 'Sam' Cunard|
|1945||The Man from Morocco||Colonel Bagley|
|The Way to the Stars||Col. Page||Released as Johnny in the Clouds in USA|
|Dead of Night||Sylvester Kee|
|1946||A Girl in a Million||Colonel Sultzman|
|1950||Carissima||Joe Erdman||TV film|
|1952||The Man with the Gun||George Moffat||TV film|
|The Armchair Detective||Nicco|
|1953||The Net||General Adams||Uncredited, released as Project M7 in USA|
|Roman Holiday||Mr Hennessy|
|1954||The Million Pound Note||Lloyd Hastings||Released as Man with a Million in USA|
|To Dorothy a Son||Cy Daniel||Released as Cash on Delivery in USA|
|1957||Island in the Sun||Bradshaw|
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