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Donald Crisp

Donald CrispAKA George William Crisp

Born: 27-Jul-1880
Birthplace: London, England
Died: 25-May-1974
Location of death: Van Nuys, CA
Cause of death: Stroke
Remains: Buried, Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Glendale, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Silent film actor, survived into talkies

Military service: British Army (10th Hussars, Boer War)

Father: James Crisp
Mother: Elizabeth
Brother: James
Brother: John
Sister: Elizabeth
Sister: Ann
Sister: Alice
Sister: Eliza
Brother: Mark
Wife: Marie Stark (div. 1919)
Wife: Jane Murfin (writer, m. 1932, div. 1944)

    High School: Eton College
    University: Oxford University

    Oscar for Best Supporting Actor 1942 for How Green Was My Valley
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1620 Vine St.

    FILMOGRAPHY AS DIRECTOR
    The Runaway Bride (4-May-1930)
    Don Q, Son of Zorro (15-Jun-1925)
    The Navigator (13-Oct-1924)

    FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
    Spencer's Mountain (16-May-1963)
    Greyfriars Bobby: The True Story of a Dog (28-Sep-1961)
    Pollyanna (19-May-1960)
    A Dog of Flanders (31-Mar-1960)
    The Last Hurrah (24-Oct-1958) · The Cardinal
    Saddle the Wind (20-Mar-1958)
    Drango (2-Aug-1957)
    The Man from Laramie (31-Aug-1955) · Alec Waggoman
    The Long Gray Line (9-Feb-1955) · Old Martin
    Prince Valiant (5-Apr-1954)
    Home Town Story (1-May-1951)
    Bright Leaf (16-Jun-1950) · Maj. Singleton
    Challenge to Lassie (31-Oct-1949)
    Whispering Smith (9-Dec-1948) · Barney Rebstock
    Hills of Home (1948) · Drumsheugh
    Ramrod (21-Feb-1947)
    The Valley of Decision (3-May-1945) · William Scott
    Son of Lassie (20-Apr-1945) · Sam Carraclough
    National Velvet (14-Dec-1944) · Mr. Brown
    The Uninvited (16-Oct-1944) · Cmdr. Beech
    The Adventures of Mark Twain (3-May-1944) · J. B. Pond
    Lassie Come Home (10-Oct-1943) · Sam Carraclough
    Forever and a Day (21-Jan-1943)
    The Gay Sisters (1-Aug-1942) · Ralph Pedloch
    How Green Was My Valley (28-Oct-1941) · Mr. Morgan
    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (12-Aug-1941) · Sir Charles Emery
    Shining Victory (7-Jun-1941) · Dr. Drewett
    Knute Rockne All American (4-Oct-1940) · Fr. John Callahan, CSC
    City for Conquest (21-Sep-1940) · Scotty MacPherson
    The Sea Hawk (1-Jul-1940) · Sir John Burleson
    Brother Orchid (7-Jun-1940)
    Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet (23-Feb-1940) · Minister Althoff
    The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (27-Sep-1939) · Francis Bacon
    The Old Maid (16-Aug-1939) · Dr. Lanskell
    Daughters Courageous (23-Jun-1939) · Sam Sloane
    Juarez (24-Apr-1939) · Marechal Bazaine
    Wuthering Heights (13-Apr-1939) · Dr. Kenneth
    The Oklahoma Kid (3-Mar-1939) · Judge Hardwick
    The Dawn Patrol (24-Dec-1938) · Phipps
    Comet Over Broadway (3-Dec-1938)
    The Sisters (14-Oct-1938) · Tim Hazelton
    Valley of the Giants (9-Sep-1938) · Andy Stone
    The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (20-Jul-1938) · Insp. Lane
    The Beloved Brat (30-Apr-1938)
    Jezebel (10-Mar-1938) · Dr. Livingstone
    Sergeant Murphy (18-Nov-1937)
    That Certain Woman (15-Sep-1937) · Merrick, Sr.
    Confession (19-Aug-1937) · Presiding Judge
    The Life of Emile Zola (11-Aug-1937) · Maitre Labori
    Parnell (4-Jun-1937) · Davitt
    The Great O'Malley (13-Feb-1937) · Capt. Cromwell
    Beloved Enemy (25-Dec-1936)
    A Woman Rebels (29-Oct-1936) · Judge Byron Thistlewaite
    The Charge of the Light Brigade (20-Oct-1936) · Col. Campbell
    Mary of Scotland (28-Jul-1936) · Huntly
    The White Angel (25-Jun-1936)
    Mutiny on the Bounty (8-Nov-1935) · Burkitt
    Oil for the Lamps of China (8-Jun-1935)
    Vanessa: Her Love Story (1-Mar-1935)
    The Little Minister (28-Dec-1934)
    What Every Woman Knows (19-Oct-1934) · David
    The Life of Vergie Winters (13-Jun-1934)
    The Key (31-May-1934) · Conlan
    Red Dust (22-Oct-1932) · Guidon
    Svengali (22-May-1931) · The Laird
    The Pagan (27-Apr-1929) · Roger Slater
    The River Pirate (26-Aug-1928)
    The Black Pirate (8-Mar-1926) · MacTavish
    Don Q, Son of Zorro (15-Jun-1925)
    Broken Blossoms (13-May-1919) · Battling Burrows
    The Birth of a Nation (8-Feb-1915)
    Home Sweet Home (14-May-1914)



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