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C. Montague Shaw (Charles Montague Shaw)

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Biography

Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Distinguished-looking C. Montague Shaw came to personify the somewhat tweedy but intellectual British scholar or professorial type in many of his more than 150 films, but he was actually an Australian, born in Adelaide in 1884. He began his stage career in Australia with a repertory company, and after touring that country the company traveled to Great Britain. Eventually he began appearing in plays on the London stage. He was also what was known as an "elocution" teacher, instructing actors, business executives and others on the best ways of expressing oneself through language and speech exercises. Read more...

Actor

Character: Gentleman #1

The Mummy 1932

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Character: Wrong Eddie's Father

Pack Up Your Troubles 1932

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Character: Ambulance Corps Commanding Officer

Today We Live 1933

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Character: British Delegate to Debt Conference

Gabriel Over the White House 1933

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Character: Alexander Talbot

Beloved 1934

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Character: Dr. Moeller - at Opera

Bedside 1934

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Character: Luther Butts, Barrister Victim

My Grandfather's Clock 1934

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Character: Chief Registrar

A Tale of Two Cities 1935

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Character: British Nobleman

Becky Sharp 1935

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Character: Scottish Statesman

Kidnapped 1938

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Character: Prof. Huer

Buck Rogers 1939

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Character: General Keith

The Rains Came 1939

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Character: Sir Oliver French

Stanley and Livingstone 1939

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Character: Adm. Lord Streetly

Mr. Moto's Last Warning 1939

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Character: Chief Justice Pablo

Zorro's Fighting Legion 1939

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Character: Weaver - Gang Chemist

The Green Hornet Strikes Again! 1940

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Character: Anthony Tremaine, Sr.

Hard Guy 1941

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Character: Julia's Husband

Random Harvest 1942

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Character: Old Bobby

Tonight and Every Night 1945

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Character: Judge's Aide

Unconquered 1947

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Character: Stevens

Ivy 1947

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Character: Harry L. White

Wilson 1944

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Character: King Gustavus Adolphus

Queen Christina 1933

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