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Dido Plumb (1905–1991)

Dido Plumb was born on June 23, 1905 in Hackney, London, England as Charles Dido Plumb. He was an actor, known for BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950), Wednesday Theatre (1952) and Love Story (1963). He died in March 1991 in Islington, London. See full bio »

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Known For

Wednesday Theatre
(1953)
Love Story
Love Story The tramp
(1968)
Probation Officer
(1959)

Filmography

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 1974 Great Expectations (TV Movie)
Fruit Seller (uncredited)
 1974 The Black Windmill
Commuter (uncredited)
 1973 Steptoe and Son Ride Again
Funeral Guest (uncredited)
 1972 Henry VIII and His Six Wives
Reveller (uncredited)
 1972 Savage Messiah
Tramp (uncredited)
 1972 Steptoe and Son
Tramp (uncredited)
 1971 Hands of the Ripper
Beggar (uncredited)
 1971 Melody
Surprised Old Man (uncredited)
 1971 10 Rillington Place
Homeless Man (uncredited)
 1970 Cry of the Banshee
Villager (uncredited)
 1970 Taste the Blood of Dracula
Mission Hall Diner (uncredited)
 1969 The Avengers (TV Series)
Beggar
- Fog (1969) ... Beggar (uncredited)
 1968 Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Townsman (uncredited)
 1968 Nobody Runs Forever
Arab Dignitary (uncredited)
 1968 Love Story (TV Series)
The tramp
- S for Sugar, A for Apple, M for Missing (1968) ... The tramp (as Dido Plamb)
 1968 Oliver!
Man in Crowd (uncredited)
 1968 The Charge of the Light Brigade
Tramp (uncredited)
 1967 Casino Royale
Man in Crowd (uncredited)
 1967 Prehistoric Women
Old Slave (uncredited)
 1966 Carry On... Don't Lose Your Head
Citizen (uncredited)
 1966 One Million Years B.C.
Caveman (uncredited)
 1966 The Deadly Affair
Play Spectator (uncredited)
 1966 Eye of the Devil
Villager (uncredited)
 1966 The Sandwich Man
Man in Cafe (uncredited)
 1965 A Study in Terror
Beggar (uncredited)
 1965 The Ipcress File
Scientist (uncredited)
 1965 Lord Jim
Shomberg's Bar Patron (uncredited)
 1963 The Saint (TV Series)
Beggar
- The King of the Beggars (1963) ... Beggar (uncredited)
 1963 From Russia with Love
Gypsy (uncredited)
 1963 The Scales of Justice (TV Series)
Bistro Patron
- Position of Trust (1963) ... Bistro Patron (uncredited)
 1963 Heavens Above!
Tramp (uncredited)
 1963 Lunch Hour
Tramp (uncredited)
 1961 The Frightened City
Waterfront Tramp (uncredited)
 1961 Call Me Genius
Yogi (uncredited)
 1960 The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll
Drunk (uncredited)
 1960 Bluebeard's 10 Honeymoons
Man at Hanging (uncredited)
 1959 Probation Officer (TV Series)
Tramp
- Episode #1.10 (1959) ... Tramp
 1958 A Tale of Two Cities
Prisoner (uncredited)
 1957 The Prince and the Showgirl
Dignitary (uncredited)
 1957 Fire Down Below
Mardi Gras Reveller (uncredited)
 1957 The Strange Case of Dr. Manning
Gypsy (uncredited)
 1955 The Lyons Abroad
Club Patron (uncredited)
 1955 The Man Who Loved Redheads
Barrel Organ Man (uncredited)
 1953 The Fake
Museum Visitor (uncredited)
 1953 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
 1953 Wednesday Theatre (TV Series)
- Curtain Down (1953)
 1949 The Spider and the Fly
Blind Beggar (uncredited)
 1949 Christopher Columbus
Bearded Sailor (uncredited)
 1949 Man on the Run
Old Man (uncredited)
 1949 Which Will Ye Have? (Short)
Counsellor (uncredited)
 1948 Dulcimer Street
Protester (uncredited)
 1948 Oliver Twist
Bearded Man Chasing Oliver Down Street (uncredited)
 1948 Blanche Fury
Gypsy (uncredited)
 1946 Great Expectations
Prisoner (uncredited)
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