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Reginald Owen

Reginald OwenAKA John Reginald Owen

Born: 5-Aug-1887
Birthplace: Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, England
Died: 5-Nov-1972
Location of death: Boise, ID
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Morris Hill Cemetery, Boise, ID

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

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Prolific character actor

Wife: Lydia Bilbrook (actress, m. 1908, div. 1923)
Wife: Harold Austin (stage actress, div. 1956, two children)
Wife: Barbara Haveman (m. 1956)

    Conservatory: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art

    Bedknobs and Broomsticks (11-Nov-1971)
    Rosie! (22-Nov-1967)
    Mary Poppins (27-Aug-1964)
    The Thrill of It All (17-Jul-1963) · Old Tom Fraleigh
    Tammy and the Doctor (29-May-1963)
    Five Weeks in a Balloon (22-Aug-1962)
    Darby's Rangers (12-Feb-1958) · Sir Arthur Hollister
    Red Garters (26-Mar-1954)
    The Great Diamond Robbery (8-Jan-1954) · Bainbridge Gibbons
    Grounds For Marriage (11-Jan-1951)
    Kim (7-Dec-1950) · Fr. Victor
    The Miniver Story (26-Oct-1950) · Foley
    Challenge to Lassie (31-Oct-1949)
    The Secret Garden (30-Apr-1949) · Ben Weatherstaff
    The Three Musketeers (20-Oct-1948) · Treville
    Julia Misbehaves (8-Aug-1948) · Benjamin Hawkins
    The Pirate (20-May-1948) · The Advocate
    Hills of Home (1948) · Hopps
    If Winter Comes (31-Dec-1947) · Mr. Fortune
    Green Dolphin Street (5-Nov-1947) · Captain O'Hara
    The Imperfect Lady (25-Apr-1947)
    Thunder in the Valley (1947)
    Monsieur Beaucaire (4-Sep-1946)
    Piccadilly Incident (23-Aug-1946)
    Cluny Brown (1-May-1946)
    The Diary of a Chambermaid (15-Feb-1946) · Mr. Lanlaire
    The Sailor Takes a Wife (28-Dec-1945)
    Captain Kidd (22-Nov-1945) · Cary Shadwell
    She Went to the Races (4-Nov-1945)
    Kitty (16-Oct-1945)
    The Valley of Decision (3-May-1945) · McCready
    National Velvet (14-Dec-1944) · Farmer Ede
    The Canterville Ghost (22-May-1944) · Lord Canterville
    Madame Curie (15-Dec-1943) · Dr. Becquerel
    Above Suspicion (6-Aug-1943) · Dr. Mespelbrunn
    Salute to the Marines (2-Aug-1943) · Mr. Caspar
    Three Hearts for Julia (21-May-1943)
    Assignment in Brittany (11-Mar-1943) · Col. Trane
    Forever and a Day (21-Jan-1943)
    Reunion in France (25-Dec-1942) · Schultz
    Random Harvest (17-Dec-1942) · Biffer
    Somewhere I'll Find You (27-Aug-1942) · Willie Manning
    Cairo (17-Aug-1942) · Philo Cobson
    Pierre of the Plains (29-Jul-1942) · Noah Glenkins
    I Married an Angel (9-Jul-1942) · Whiskers
    Mrs. Miniver (4-Jun-1942) · Foley
    We Were Dancing (30-Apr-1942) · Maj. Berty Tyler-Blane
    Woman of the Year (19-Jan-1942) · Clayton
    White Cargo (1942) · Skipper
    Tarzan's Secret Treasure (1-Dec-1941) · Prof. Elliott
    Lady Be Good (1-Sep-1941) · Max Milton
    Charley's Aunt (1-Aug-1941)
    They Met in Bombay (27-Jun-1941) · The General
    A Woman's Face (15-May-1941) · Bernard Dalvik
    Free and Easy (28-Feb-1941)
    Hullabaloo (25-Oct-1940)
    Florian (5-Jun-1940)
    The Ghost Comes Home (8-Mar-1940) · Hemingway
    The Earl of Chicago (5-Jan-1940) · Gervase Gonwell
    Remember? (14-Dec-1939) · Mr. Bronson
    Bad Little Angel (27-Oct-1939) · Edwards
    The Real Glory (15-Sep-1939)
    Bridal Suite (26-May-1939) · Sir Horace Bragdon
    Fast and Loose (17-Feb-1939)
    The Girl Downstairs (23-Dec-1938) · Charlie
    A Christmas Carol (16-Dec-1938) · Ebenezer Scrooge
    Three Loves Has Nancy (2-Sep-1938) · William
    Kidnapped (27-May-1938) · Capt. Hoseason
    Paradise for Three (15-Feb-1938) · Johann Kesselhut
    Everybody Sing (4-Feb-1938) · Hillary Bellaire
    Rosalie (24-Dec-1937) · Chancellor
    Conquest (22-Oct-1937) · Charles Maurice de Talleyrand
    The Bride Wore Red (8-Oct-1937) · Adm. Monti
    Madame X (1-Oct-1937)
    Personal Property (19-Mar-1937) · Claude Dabney
    Dangerous Number (22-Jan-1937)
    Love on the Run (20-Nov-1936) · Baron
    Adventure in Manhattan (8-Oct-1936) · Blackton Gregory
    Trouble for Two (29-May-1936) · President of Club
    The Great Ziegfeld (22-Mar-1936) · Sampston
    Rose-Marie (28-Jan-1936) · Myerson
    A Tale of Two Cities (25-Dec-1935) · Stryver
    The Bishop Misbehaves (13-Sep-1935)
    Anna Karenina (30-Aug-1935) · Stiva
    The Call of the Wild (9-Aug-1935) · Mr. Smith
    Escapade (6-Jul-1935)
    Enchanted April (1-Feb-1935)
    The Good Fairy (31-Jan-1935) · Detlaff
    Music in the Air (13-Dec-1934)
    Madame Du Barry (13-Oct-1934) · Louis XV
    Of Human Bondage (28-Jun-1934) · Athelny
    Stingaree (17-May-1934) · The Governor General
    Where Sinners Meet (19-Apr-1934) · Leonard
    The House of Rothschild (15-Mar-1934)
    Fashions of 1934 (14-Feb-1934) · Baroque
    Mandalay (10-Feb-1934) · Commissioner
    Nana (1-Feb-1934)
    Queen Christina (26-Dec-1933) · Charles
    Double Harness (13-Jul-1933)
    The Narrow Corner (8-Jul-1933)
    A Study in Scarlet (14-May-1933)
    Sherlock Holmes (6-Nov-1932) · Dr. Watson
    Downstairs (6-Aug-1932) · Baron von Burgen
    Platinum Blonde (31-Oct-1931) · Grayson
    The Letter (13-Apr-1929) · Robert Crosbie

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