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Malcolm Tod


1897 - ?

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The actor Malcolm Tod was a well-known actor in the silent movie era, in England as well as in Germany and France.

He made his film debut in 1921 with "Jack Corinthian" (21), in the next years followed successful works with "Expiation" (22), "The Crimson Circle" (22) and "A Bachelor's Baby" (22).
He already appeared in German productions in 1923 for the first time called "Das Bildnis" (23). Other German productions were "Die Stadt der Versuchung" (25) and "Saxophon-Susi" (28).

He was also able to gain a foothold in France and took part in "Le Puits de Jacob" (25), "Rue de la paix" (26) and "Mon Paris" (27).

With the rise of the talkies he drew to a close. His last movies were "The Missing Witness" (33) and "Nine Forty-Five" (34).
 

Other movies with Malcolm Tod:
Dick Turpin's Ride to York (22) The Bruce Partington Plans (22) The Romany (23) Hutch Stirs 'em Up (23) The Audacious Mr. Squire (23) Hurricane Hutch in Many Adventures (24) The Woman Tempted (26) The Chinese Bungalow (26) Popppies of Flanders (27) Il carnevale di Venezia (27) The Woman Disupted (28) André Cornelis (28) After the Verdict (28) Napoli che canta (30)


 
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