Stuart Lindsell

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Stuart Lindsell in Passport to Pimlico (1949)

Reginald Stuart Lindsell (18 July 1892, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire 9 July 1969, London) was a British actor, often seen in upper-class roles. [1] [2] He was sometimes credited as R. Stuart Lindsell. [3]


He also served as an officer in the Middlesex Regiment of the British Army, having been commissioned in September 1911 after attending the Royal Military College, Sandhurst. [4]


1942 Hatter's Castle Lord Winton
1942 The Day Will Dawn ReporterUncredited
1942 Uncensored Press Officer
1942 The Young Mr. Pitt Earl Spencer
1943 The Man in Grey Thomas Lawrence Uncredited
1944 Fanny by Gaslight Clive Seymour
1945 The Man from Morocco Colonel Appleby
1946 Night Boat to Dublin Inspector Martin
1948 Escape Sir James Winton
1948 My Brother Jonathan Mr. Martyn
1948 Broken Journey Mr. Barber
1948 Bonnie Prince Charlie MacDonald of Armadale
1949 Once a Jolly Swagman Mr. Yates
1949 The Blue Lagoon Yacht owner
1949 Passport to Pimlico Coroner
1949 Man on the Run Elliett
1949 Christopher Columbus Prior
1950 The Girl Who Couldn't Quite John
1950 Once a Sinner Inspector Rance
1950 Lilli Marlene Major Phillips
1951 High Treason Commissioner
1953 Flannelfoot Lord Wexford
1954 West of Zanzibar Colonel Ryan
1954 Profile Aubrey

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  1. "Stuart Lindsell". Archived from the original on 13 January 2009.
  2. McFarlane, Brian (16 May 2016). The Encyclopedia of British Film: Fourth edition. Oxford University Press. ISBN   9781526111968 via Google Books.
  3. "R Stuart Lindsell - Theatricalia".
  4. "No. 28532". The London Gazette . 19 September 1911. p. 6882.