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Percy Marmont

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Biography

London, England, UK
Tall, debonair British matinée idol Percy Marmont first acted on stage in 1900. As a romantic lead from 1916, he made his screen debut while touring South Africa with a theatrical troupe in De Voortrekkers (1916). From there, the players went on to Australia (where Marmont made a second film, The Monk and the Woman (1917)) and then to the U.S.. A chance encounter with a Broadway producer led to him being cast in a leading role in the comedy "The Three Bears", which effectively postponed his intended return to Britain until 1928. Read more...

Actor

Character: James FitzJames

The Lady of the Lake 1928

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Character: Philip Weston

Say It with Music 1932

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Character: Himself

Movie Memories 1934

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Character: Caypor

Secret Agent 1936

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Character: Col. Burgoyne

Young and Innocent 1937

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Character: John Blandish

No Orchids for Miss Blandish 1948

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Character: Lord Willens-Hortland

The Gambler and the Lady 1952

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Character: Lord Hurlingham

The Million Pound Note 1954

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Character: Catherine's Father

Monsieur Ripois 1954

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Character: Lloyd Merrill

Lisbon 1956

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Character: Himself

Hollywood 1980

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