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Paul Cavanagh (Paul Michael Cavanagh)

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Biography

Chislehurst, Kent [now in Bromley, London], England, UK
Cambridge-educated Paul Cavanagh appeared in pictures as the epitome of the debonair, well-dressed Englishman. The former barrister and Royal Canadian Mountie turned to acting in 1924 and had a starring role on Broadway in 'Scotland Yard' (1929). His film career began in 1928 and lasted just over three decades. During that time, he portrayed charming grifters (The Notorious Sophie Lang (1934), stalwart leading men (Mae West's love interest in Goin' to Town (1935), as well as the occasional murder victim or dastardly swine (as Martin Arlington in Tarzan and His Mate (1934). Read more...

Actor

Character: Sir Wilfred Drake

Born to Love 1931

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Character: Reginald Armstrong, alias of Morgan

Always Goodbye 1931

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Character: Ronnie Sanderson

The Crash 1932

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Character: Martin Arlington

Tarzan and His Mate 1934

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Character: Alvin Ritchie

Shoot the Works 1934

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Character: Martin Deering

Splendor 1935

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Character: Charlie Cortland

Champagne Charlie 1936

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Character: Bill Rodgers

I Take This Woman 1940

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Character: 'Cap' Rawlston

Maisie Was a Lady 1941

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Character: John 'Jack' Shagrue

The Hard Way 1943

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Character: Roger Pelham

Maisie Goes to Reno 1944

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Character: Bart McClelland

Night and Day 1946

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Character: Victor Wright

Humoresque 1946

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Character: Dr. Berwick

Ivy 1947

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Character: Lt. Col. Caesar von Hofaker

The Desert Fox: The Story of Rommel 1951

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Character: Jeremy Smithers

The Golden Hawk 1952

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Character: Edmond Dureau

The Mississippi Gambler 1953

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Character: Signor Alberto Di Gambetta

Casanova's Big Night 1954

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Character: Insp. D.N. Hedges

Women Without Men 1956

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Character: Will Belmont - Stan's Father

The Beat Generation 1959

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Character: Dr. Henry Giraud

Magnificent Obsession 1954

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Character: Dr. Elwood Mason

Lassie 1954

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Character: Delbert Carter

Adventures of Superman 1952

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Character: Marquis D'Andervilliers

Madame Bovary 1949

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