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Jerry Verno

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Biography

London, England, UK
Jerry Verno was one of those picturesque cockney actors that made British pictures irresistible. Michael Powell gave him leading parts in four of his first films before using him again in his classic The Red Shoes (1948) as George, the stage door keeper. But as of the mid-thirties Verno only got minor parts, although very conspicuous ones: a Cockney never goes unnoticed. Impossible to miss him as the commercial traveler in his two Hitchcock films The 39 Steps (1935) and as the lorry driver in The Girl Was Young (1937). Read more...

Actor

Character: Jan Janski

The Beggar Student 1931

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Character: Clark - the chauffeur

There Goes the Bride 1932

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Character: Bert Gibbs

His Lordship 1932

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Character: Office Messenger

The Common Touch 1941

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Character: Pvt. George Judd

Troopship 1937

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