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Claude Hulbert (1900–1964)

Popular stage and film comedian Claude Noel Hulbert was born in Fulham, London in 1901, younger brother of the highly well-known comedian, singer and comic dancer Jack Hulbert. Like his brother he was educated at Cambridge and was a member of the Footlights comedy club as an undergraduate. He began his professional acting career in supporting ... See full bio »

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A Cup of Kindness Stanley Tutt
The Vulture Cedric Gull
Thark Lionel Todd
A Night Like This Archie Slott


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 1960 Not a Hope in Hell
Police Constable Salter
 1959 Theatre Night (TV Series)
Archie (Lord Plynne)
- Let Them Eat Cake (1959) ... Archie (Lord Plynne)
 1955 Fun at St Fanny's
Mr. Winkle
 1954 I'll Be Seeing You (TV Movie)
 1950 Something in the City
Drunk Art buyer (uncredited)
 1949 Sauce Tartare (TV Movie)
 1949 Alice in Wonderland
Puppet Character (voice)
 1949 Cardboard Cavalier
Sylvester Clutterbuck
 1948 Under the Frozen Falls
 1948 Paging You (TV Series)
 1947 The Ghosts of Berkeley Square
 1946 London Town
Belgrave - Charlie's Dresser
 1943 Did You Ever See a Dream Talking (Short)
Claude Robinson / Good Angel / Bad Angel
 1943 My Learned Friend
Claude Babbington
 1943 The Dummy Talks
Victor Harbord
 1941 The Ghost of St. Michael's
Hilary Tisdaile
 1940 Three Cockeyed Sailors
 1940 Olympic Honeymoon
Bob Bennett
 1938 Many Tanks Mr. Atkins
Pvt. Claude Fishlock
 1938 His Lordship Regrets
Lord Cavender
 1938 It's in the Blood
Edwin Povey
 1938 Simply Terrific
Rodney Cherridew
 1938 The Viper
Cedric Gull
 1937 You Live and Learn
Peter Millett
 1937 Ship's Concert (Short)
Claude Stork
 1937 It's Not Cricket
 1937 The Vulture
Cedric Gull
 1937 Take a Chance
Alastair Pallivant
 1936 Hail and Farewell
 1936 Where's Sally?
Tony Chivers
 1936 Wolf's Clothing
Ambrose Girling
 1935 Man of the Moment
 1935 Alias Bulldog Drummond
Algy Longworth
 1935 Hello, Sweetheart
Henry Pennyfeather
 1934 Lilies of the Field
Bryan Rigby
 1934 Big Business
Reggie Pullett / Shayne Carter
 1934 A Cup of Kindness
Stanley Tutt
 1934 The Girl Thief
 1934 The Girl in Possession
 1933 Their Night Out
Jimmy Oliphant
 1933 The Song You Gave Me
Tony Brandt
 1933 The Charming Deceiver
Reggie Fish Face Coke
 1932 Let Me Explain, Dear
Cyril Merryweather
 1932 The Face at the Window
Peter Pomeroy
 1932 Thark
Lionel Todd
 1932 The Mayor's Nest
Algernon Ashcroft
 1932 A Night Like This
Archie Slott
 1930 Naughty Husbands
 1928 Champagne
Club Guest (uncredited)
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He acted in Clifford Mills, John Ramsay, and Roger Quilter's play, "Where the Rainbow Ends," performed as a ballet at the Royal Festival Hall in London, England with Alicia Markova (Spirit of the lake), Anton Dolin (St. George), and Winifred Shotter in the cast. Leighton Lucas was the conductor. Anton Dolin was also director. See more »

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5' 10" (1.78 m)

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Younger brother of actor Jack Hulbert. See more »

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