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1875 - 1945
The actor Spencer Trevor was already established as a stage actor when he joined the film business in 1916.
After his film debut "The Lifeguardsman" (16), in which he played Lt. Dinkie, it followed the silent movie "The Usurper" (19) with Gertrude McCoy and Pauline Peters.
Afterwards followed a longer interruption and he concentrated to the
To his movies of the 30s belong "Alf's Button" (30) with Peter Haddon, Fred Niblo's "Two White Arms" (32) with Adolphe Menjou and Margaret Bannerman, the English version of a German production "The Congress Dances" (32) with Lilian Harvey, Conrad Veidt, Lil Dagover and Philipp Manning, Michael Powell's "The Star Reporter" (32) with Anthony Holles, "The Return of Bulldog Drummond" (34) with Ralph Richardson and Ann Todd, "Blossom Time" (34) with Richard Tauber and Jane Baxter as well as a small part in "The Private Life of Don Juan" (34) with Douglas Fairbanks, Merle Oberon, Binnie Barnes and Owen Nares.
He continued his acting career till to his death in 1945, to his last
cinematical appearances belong "Let the People Sing" (42) with Alastair
Sim and Patricia Roc and "The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp" (43) with
Roger Livesey, Deborah Kerr and Anton Walbrook.
Other movies with Spencer Trevor: