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John Gregson (Harold Thomas Gregson)

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Biography

Liverpool, England, UK
A former telephone engineer who dabbled in amateur dramatics, John Gregson served aboard a minesweeper with the Royal Navy during World War II. After demobilisation, he joined the Liverpool Old Vic, making his stage debut in 'The Knight of the Burning Pestle'. Freshly married, he moved to London and acted alongside Robert Donat and Margaret Leighton in 'A Sleeping Clergyman' at the West End Criterion Theatre in 1947. During the same period, he was also cast in his first movie, the romantic period melodrama Saraband (1948), though his scenes ended up being cut. Read more...

Actor

Character: P.O. T. Crean R.N.

Scott of the Antarctic 1948

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Character: Sammy Mac Codrun

Whisky Galore! 1949

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Character: Malcolm Murray-Bruce

Train of Events 1949

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Character: Pilot Officer Baird / Pilot Officer 'Septic' Baird

Angels One Five 1952

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Character: Renzo Uccello

Venetian Bird 1952

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Character: Alan McKim

Genevieve 1953

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Character: Tony Rapallo

To Dorothy a Son 1954

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Character: Edgar Curtain

Three Cases of Murder 1955

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Character: Lt Alec Duffy

Above Us the Waves 1955

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Character: Chayley Broadbent

Value for Money 1955

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Character: Captain Bell - H.M.S. Exeter

The Battle of the River Plate 1956

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Character: Capt. Albert Ebbs

The Captain's Table 1959

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Character: Inspector Parnell

Tomorrow at Ten 1965

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Character: Colonel Sandauer

The Night of the Generals 1967

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Character: Mijnheer Brinker

Hans Brinker 1969

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Character: Raw recruit in jungle

The Hasty Heart 1949

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