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James Robertson Justice

James Robertson JusticeAKA James Norval Harald Robertson-Justice

Born: 15-Jun-1907
Birthplace: London, England
Died: 2-Jul-1975
Location of death: Winchester, Hampshire, England
Cause of death: Stroke
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered)

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

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Doctor in the House

Military service: International Brigade (Spanish Civil War); Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve (WWII)

Father: James Norval Justice
Mother: Edith Burgess
Wife: Dillys Ethel Hayden (m. 1941, div. 1968, one son)
Son: James (d. 20-Jun-1948 drowned)
Wife: Irene von Meyendorff (actress, m. 29-Jun-1975, until his death)

    High School: Marlborough College (1924)
    University: University College London
    University: University of Bonn (attended 1926)
    Administrator: Rector, University of Edinburgh (1957-60 and 1963-66)

    Labour Party (UK)

    Doctor in Trouble (16-Jun-1970)
    Some Will, Some Won't (Mar-1970)
    The Love Factor (1969)
    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (16-Dec-1968) · Lord Scrumptious
    Mayerling (22-Oct-1968)
    Spirits of the Dead (17-May-1968) · Countess' Advisor
    Two Weeks in September (7-Jun-1967)
    Doctor in Clover (8-Mar-1966)
    The Face of Fu Manchu (6-Aug-1965) · Sir Charles
    You Must Be Joking! (3-Aug-1965)
    Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines (16-Jun-1965) · Narrator [VOICE]
    Up from the Beach (1965)
    Dr. Crippen (14-Feb-1964) · Capt. McKenzie
    Father Came Too (11-Feb-1964)
    Doctor in Distress (2-Dec-1963) · Sir Lancelot
    Mystery Submarine (10-Mar-1963)
    Love on a Pillow (5-Sep-1962)
    Crooks Anonymous (Apr-1962)
    A Pair of Briefs (Mar-1962)
    Murder, She Said (7-Jan-1962) · Ackenthorpe
    The Fast Lady (1962) · Charles Chingford
    Guns of Darkness (1962)
    Raising the Wind (7-Sep-1961)
    The Guns of Navarone (22-Jun-1961) · Jensen
    Very Important Person (25-Apr-1961)
    Foxhole in Cairo (4-Oct-1960)
    A French Mistress (25-Aug-1960)
    Doctor in Love (12-Jul-1960)
    Upstairs and Downstairs (2-Nov-1959)
    Orders to Kill (1958) · Naval Commander
    Seven Thunders (4-Sep-1957) · Dr. Martout
    Campbell's Kingdom (3-Sep-1957) · James MacDonald
    The Living Idol (2-May-1957)
    Doctor at Large (26-Mar-1957) · Sir Lancelot
    The Iron Petticoat (12-Dec-1956) · Col. Sklarnoff
    Moby Dick (27-Jun-1956) · Capt. Boomer
    Checkpoint (1956) · Warren Ingram
    Storm Over the Nile (26-Dec-1955) · Gen. Burroughs
    An Alligator Named Daisy (13-Dec-1955)
    Doctor at Sea (26-Sep-1955) · Capt. Hogg
    Above Us the Waves (8-Aug-1955)
    Land of the Pharaohs (24-Jun-1955) · Vashtar
    Out of the Clouds (15-Feb-1955)
    Doctor in the House (4-Oct-1954) · Sir Lancelot
    Rob Roy, the Highland Rogue (26-Oct-1953)
    The Sword and the Rose (23-Jul-1953)
    Murder Will Out (Dec-1952)
    Miss Robin Hood (Nov-1952)
    Les Miserables (14-Aug-1952) · Robert
    The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men (26-Jun-1952)
    The Lady Says No (6-Jan-1952)
    Anne of the Indies (18-Oct-1951) · Red Dougal
    David and Bathsheba (10-Aug-1951)
    Captain Horatio Hornblower R.N. (10-Apr-1951) · Quist
    Pool of London (20-Feb-1951)
    Blackmailed (30-Jan-1951)
    The Magnet (Oct-1950)
    The Black Rose (1-Sep-1950)
    Prelude to Fame (2-May-1950) · Sir Arthur Harold
    Whisky Galore! (28-Nov-1949)
    Private Angelo (6-Jul-1949)
    Christopher Columbus (14-Jun-1949) · Martin Pinzon
    Scott of the Antarctic (7-Dec-1948) · Taff Evans
    Quartet (26-Oct-1948)
    My Brother Jonathan (5-Feb-1948)
    Against the Wind (Feb-1948)
    Vice Versa (Jan-1948)
    Fiddlers Three (Oct-1944)

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