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Clive Morton

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Biography

London, England, UK
Clive Morton worked for four years for the East India Dock Company, before training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and entering the acting profession. He made his stage debut in 1920 and did not act on screen until 1932. He was regularly employed for the next four decades, except for wartime service in the British Army. He was usually cast in small roles as pompous upper-crust types, dignified aristocrats, officers or executives. Read more...

Actor

Character: Herbert Ponting F.R.P.S.

Scott of the Antarctic 1948

1
Character: Henry Blane

Quartet 1948

2
Character: MacFee

Castle in the Air 1952

1
2
Character: Sir Hector Gore-Urquhart

Lucky Jim 1957

1
Character: Artillery General at Field Briefing

Lawrence of Arabia 1962

15
Character: Sir Timothy Fanfield

The Forsyte Saga 1967

1
Character: Col. Flower

Stranger in the House 1967

1
Character: Army Officer Outside Window

Star! 1968

21
Character: General Paunceforth

Goodbye, Mr. Chips 1969

17
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Character: Dr. Roose

Young Winston 1972

19
Character: Sir Harold the Chairman

11 Harrowhouse 1974

3
Character: Sir Percival Clink

Misleading Cases 1967

0
Character: Robert Paston

Mine Own Executioner 1947

1
Character: Lt. Col. Huxford

Court Martial 1954

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Character: Lieut. Gen. Owen Williams

Edward the King 1975

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Character: The Lord Rivers

Richard III 1955

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Character: Police Sgt. Brooks

The Blue Lamp 1950

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Character: Julian Brampton

Public Eye 1965

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