Patrick Ludlow

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Patrick Ludlow
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1939 Spotlight photo
John Patrick Sutton Ludlow

(1903-03-24)24 March 1903
Died27 January 1996(1996-01-27) (aged 92)
London, England

Patrick Ludlow (March 24, 1903 January 27, 1996) was a British actor predominantly on stage, with his own touring theatre company from 1943. [1] [2]



1928 The Ware Case Eustace Ede
1929 The Third Eye Arthur Redfern
1930Naughty HusbandsWilly
1932 The Blue Danube Companion
1932 Service for Ladies Minor RoleUncredited
1932 His Lordship Hon. Grimsthwaite
1932 Love on the Spot Mr. Terrington
1932 Bachelor's Baby Clarence
1932 Watch Beverly Patrick Nolan
1933 Bitter Sweet Henry
1933 Chelsea Life Lancelot Humphrey
1934 Evergreen Lord Shropshire
1935 Man of the Moment Roulette Player
1936 Jury's Evidence Cyril
1936 They Didn't Know Charles Rockway
1936 Seven Sinners Pilgrims of Peace PoetUncredited
1936 King of Hearts Reggie
1937 Rose of Tralee Frank
1937 Old Mother Riley Edwin Briggs
1937 Gangway Carl Freemason
1939 Goodbye, Mr. Chips Uncredited
1939 Old Mother Riley, MP Archie
1941 The Farmer's Wife Curate
1942 We'll Smile Again BBC ManUncredited
1960 Marriage of Convenience Registrar
1966 Modesty Blaise Under Secretary

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  1. "Patrick Ludlow". Archived from the original on 14 January 2009.
  2. McFarlane, Brian (16 May 2016). The Encyclopedia of British Film: Fourth edition. Oxford University Press. ISBN   9781526111975 via Google Books.