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Alan Mowbray

Alan MowbrayAKA Ernest Allen

Born: 18-Aug-1896
Birthplace: London, England
Died: 25-Mar-1969
Location of death: Hollywood, CA
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA

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

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Founding member, Screen Actors Guild

Military service: Royal Artillery (WWI)

Wife: Lorayne Carpenter (m. 1927, until his death, two children)
Daughter: Patricia (m. Douglass Dumbrille)

    Screen Actors Guild Founding Member
    Royal Geographical Society
    Naturalized US Citizen 1933

    The Mickey Rooney Show Drama Teacher (1954-55)

    A Majority of One (11-Jan-1962) · Capt. Norcross
    Around the World in Eighty Days (17-Oct-1956) · Consul
    The King and I (28-Jun-1956) · Sir John Hay
    The Man Who Knew Too Much (1-Jun-1956)
    The King's Thief (5-Aug-1955) · Sir Gilbert Talbot
    Ma and Pa Kettle at Home (10-Mar-1954)
    Blackbeard, the Pirate (25-Dec-1952) · Noll
    Androcles and the Lion (Dec-1952)
    Crosswinds (Oct-1951) · Cecil Daubrey
    The Lady and the Bandit (13-Aug-1951) · Lord Willoughby
    The Jackpot (1-Nov-1950) · Leslie
    Wagon Master (19-Apr-1950)
    Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer, Boris Karloff (18-Sep-1949)
    You're My Everything (29-Jun-1949) · Joe Blanton
    The Lovable Cheat (11-May-1949)
    My Dear Secretary (12-Jan-1949) · Deveny
    Every Girl Should Be Married (25-Dec-1948) · Mr. Spitzer
    An Innocent Affair (28-Sep-1948) · Ken St. Clair
    The Prince of Thieves (3-Jan-1948)
    Captain from Castile (25-Dec-1947) · Prof. Botello
    Merton of the Movies (11-Oct-1947) · Frank Mulvaney
    Lured (28-Aug-1947)
    My Darling Clementine (3-Dec-1946)
    Terror by Night (1-Feb-1946) · Maj. Duncan-Bleek
    Where Do We Go from Here? (23-May-1945) · Gen. George Washington
    Earl Carroll Vanities (5-Apr-1945)
    Bring on the Girls (23-Feb-1945)
    The Doughgirls (30-Aug-1944) · Breckenridge Drake
    His Butler's Sister (26-Nov-1943)
    Holy Matrimony (27-Aug-1943) · Mr. Pennington
    So This Is Washington (Aug-1943) · Marshall
    Stage Door Canteen (24-Jun-1943) · Himself
    Slightly Dangerous (1-Apr-1943) · English Gentleman
    A Yank at Eton (Sep-1942) · Mr. Duncan
    Panama Hattie (Sep-1942)
    We Were Dancing (30-Apr-1942) · Grand Duke Basil
    The Perfect Snob (19-Dec-1941)
    I Wake Up Screaming (14-Nov-1941) · Robin Ray
    That Uncertain Feeling (17-Apr-1941) · Dr. Vengard
    That Hamilton Woman (3-Apr-1941) · Sir William Hamilton
    The Villain Still Pursued Her (11-Oct-1940)
    The Boys from Syracuse (31-Jul-1940)
    Music in My Heart (4-Jan-1940)
    Way Down South (21-Jul-1939) · Jacques Bouton
    Never Say Die (14-Apr-1939) · Prince Smirnov
    Topper Takes a Trip (21-Jan-1939) · Wilkins
    There Goes My Heart (27-Sep-1938) · Pennypepper E. Pennypepper
    Merrily We Live (4-Mar-1938) · Grosvenor
    Hollywood Hotel (20-Dec-1937) · Alexander Dupre
    Stand-In (29-Oct-1937) · Koslofski
    Music for Madame (8-Oct-1937)
    Vogues (19-Aug-1937) · Henry Morgan
    Topper (16-Jul-1937) · Wilkins
    The King and the Chorus Girl (27-Mar-1937) · Donald Taylor
    On the Avenue (12-Feb-1937)
    Rainbow on the River (18-Dec-1936)
    Ladies in Love (9-Oct-1936)
    My Man Godfrey (6-Sep-1936) · Tommy Gray
    Mary of Scotland (28-Jul-1936) · Throckmorton
    Desire (11-Apr-1936) · Dr. Maurice Pauquet
    Muss 'Em Up (1-Feb-1936) · Paul Harding
    Rose-Marie (28-Jan-1936) · Premier
    In Person (22-Nov-1935)
    The Gay Deception (13-Sep-1935)
    Becky Sharp (13-Jun-1935)
    Charlie Chan in London (12-Sep-1934)
    One More River (6-Aug-1934) · Mr. Forsyte
    The Girl from Missouri (3-Aug-1934) · Lord Douglas
    Little Man, What Now? (1-May-1934)
    Where Sinners Meet (19-Apr-1934) · Nicholas
    The House of Rothschild (15-Mar-1934)
    Long Lost Father (19-Jan-1934)
    Roman Scandals (25-Dec-1933)
    The World Changes (25-Nov-1933)
    Berkeley Square (15-Sep-1933) · Maj. Clinton
    Midnight Club (29-Jul-1933)
    Peg o' My Heart (19-May-1933) · Brent
    A Study in Scarlet (14-May-1933)
    Our Betters (23-Feb-1933) · Lord George Grayston
    Sherlock Holmes (6-Nov-1932) · Col. Gore-King
    Two Against the World (3-Sep-1932) · George Walton
    Jewel Robbery (23-Jul-1932) · Fritz
    Winner Take All (16-Jul-1932) · Forbes
    The Man from Yesterday (24-Jun-1932)
    Guilty Hands (22-Aug-1931) · Gordon Rich
    God's Gift to Women (13-Apr-1931) · Auguste

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