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Richard Greene (Richard Marius Joseph Greene)

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Biography

Plymouth, Devon, England, UK
Before achieving his greatest fame in the 1950s as television's "Robin Hood", handsome Richard Greene had a significant if largely unremarkable film career, turning in several skillful leading man performances in the late 1930s before becoming type-cast in routine costume adventures. Like his friendly rival, Tyrone Power, Greene's good looks aided his entry into films but ultimately proved detrimental to his development as a film actor.

A descendant of four generations of film actors, and the grandson of film pioneer William Friese-Greene, Richard Marius Joseph Greene seemed destined for a career as a movie actor. Read more...

Actor

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Character: Geoffrey Leigh

Four Men and a Prayer 1938

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Character: Geoffrey Hamilton

The Little Princess 1939

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Character: Gareth Tyce

Stanley and Livingstone 1939

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Character: Paul Vernay

I Was an Adventuress 1940

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Character: Lord Philip Sedgemonth

The Fighting O'Flynn 1949

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Character: Sir Ronald Burton, alias Richard Beckett

The Black Castle 1952

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Character: Treasury Agent Lee Scott

Contraband Spain 1955

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Character: Mr. Stockdale

The United States Steel Hour 1953

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Character: Lord Harry Almsbury

Forever Amber 1947

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Character: Himself - Guest Performer

Your Show of Shows 1950

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Character: Himself

The George Gobel Show 1954

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