Robert Nainby

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Robert Nainby (1869–1948) was an Irish actor. [1] [2]



1934 Colonel Blood Desborough
1934 Little Friend Uncle Ned
1934 Jew Süss Uncredited
1934 My Old Dutch Grandpa
1934 Radio Parade of 1935 Colonel Featherstone Haugh-Haugh
1935 Dandy Dick Bale
1935 Royal Cavalcade Drinker
1935 The Student's Romance Hermann Streudelmeier, Karl's Uncle
1935 Death on the Set Lord Umbridge
1935 No Monkey Business Professor
1935Butter and Egg Man
1936 When Knights Were Bold Whittle, the 'boy'
1936 Public Nuisance No. 1 Arthur Rawlings Senior
1936 Two's Company Assistant J.P.
1936 Chick Mr. Beane
1936 Southern Roses Representative of the Right Centre PartyUncredited
1936 Land Without Music Minister for War
1936 All In Eustace Slott
1937 The Lilac Domino Dr. Biro
1937Wise GuysPhineas McNaughton
1937 Keep Fit Judge At The GymUncredited
1937 There Was a Young Man Vicar
1937 Under Secret Orders French General
1938Strange BoardersUncredited
1938 We're Going to Be Rich Judge
1938 Crackerjack Uncredited, (final film role)

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