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Valentine Dyall

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Biography

London, England, UK
He could have been described as the "British Vincent Price". This distinguished actor was probably best known for his voice work. His low, resonant and mellifluous tones were employed to chill and excite for at least half a century. His most famous radio role was as "The Man In Black", back in the late 1940s, but he was making radio appearances as late as 1980 in "The Hitch Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy", and undoubtedly later, and was in the BBC Television Shakespeare in the year of his death, at 77. Read more...

Actor

Character: German Guard at Cell Door Hatchway

The Day Will Dawn 1942

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Character: Markgraf

The Silver Fleet 1943

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Character: Stephen Lynn, Alec's 'Friend'

Brief Encounter 1945

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Character: Sir George Bell

Night Boat to Dublin 1946

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Character: Man Telling Story at BBC

Helter Skelter 1949

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Character: Norman Guard

Ivanhoe 1952

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Character: Inspector Grice

Salute the Toff 1952

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Character: Inspector Kayes

Suspended Alibi 1957

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Character: Reginald Marley

The Horror of It All 1964

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Character: Oliver Pike Harmsworth

The Wrong Box 1966

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Character: Himself - Narrator

Carousella 1966

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Character: Vesper Lynd's Assistant / Dr. Noah's Voice

Casino Royale 1967

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Character: Narrator of the Werewolf Break

The Beast Must Die 1974

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Character: Army Sergeant / Lord Tennyson / Doctor / Native Messenger / Policeman / Fop

The Great McGonagall 1974

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Character: The Astringer

All's Well That Ends Well 1981

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Character: Arab Chauffeur

Mogul 1965

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Character: Storton

Bad Sister 1947

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Character: St. Germain's messenger

The Queen of Spades 1949

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Character: Ben Ahrim

Golden Salamander 1950

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