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John Loder (John Muir Lowe)

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Biography

London, England, UK
A tall, debonair, immaculately-groomed British leading man best known for his pipe-smoking chaps, actor John Loder (ne John Muir Lowe), the son of a British general, first served in Gallipoli in WWI and was a German prisoner of war at one point. Upon his release he actually stayed there in order to run a pickle factory. An interest in acting developed during this period and he showed up in a few German film bits before returning briefly to England. Talkies had become the new rage in the late 1920s and Loder tried his luck in Hollywood. Read more...

Actor

Character: Capt. Dorchester

The Unholy Night 1929

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Character: Franz Shiller

Seas Beneath 1931

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Character: Hugh Phillips

Sing As We Go 1934

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Character: Ted

Sabotage 1936

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Character: Inspector Jim Grant

Non-Stop New York 1937

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Character: Denis Cobtree

Doctor Syn 1937

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Character: Reggie Carstair

Tin Pan Alley 1940

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Character: Captain Lionel Channing

Confirm or Deny 1941

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Character: Elliot Livingston

Now, Voyager 1942

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Character: Carlton De Witt

Gentleman Jim 1942

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Character: Preston Drake

Old Acquaintance 1943

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Character: Lt. Cmdr. Holbrook

Murder on the Waterfront 1943

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Character: Aussie Sgt. Cyril North

Abroad with Two Yanks 1944

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Character: Owen Arthur

One More Tomorrow 1946

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Character: Paul Marchant

The Story of Esther Costello 1957

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Character: Tony Lazar

The Hairy Ape 1944

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