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Sir John Mills CBE (22 February 1908 – 23 April 2005), born Lewis Ernest Watts Mills, was an English actor who made more than 120 films in a career spanning seven decades.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Sir John Mills CBE (22 February 1908 – 23 April 2005), born Lewis Ernest Watts Mills, was an English actor who made more than 120 films in a career spanning seven decades.

Description above from the Wikipedia article John Mills, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 122

Birthday 1908-02-22

Day of Death 2005-04-23

Place of Birth Felixstowe, Suffolk, England, UK

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Also Known As

  • Lewis Ernest Watts Mills
  • Sir John Mills

Acting TV ShowsMovies

Young At Heart (18 episodes)
2013 Talking Pictures (1 episode) as Himself - Archive footage
2003 Bright Young Things
2001 Friday Night with Jonathan Ross (1 episode)
2000 A Profile of In Which We Serve as Interviewee
1998 Cats as Gus the Theatrical Cat
1997 Bean as Chairman
1996 Hamlet as Old King Norway
1996 Clive Anderson All Talk (1 episode)
1994 Martin Chuzzlewit (6 episodes) as Mr. Chuffey
1994 Deadly Advice as Jack the Ripper
1993 Harnessing Peacocks as Bernard Quigley
1993 The Big Freeze as Dapper man
1992 Frankenstein as De Lacey
1990 Night of the Fox as Brig. Dougal Munro
1989 A Tale of Two Cities (2 episodes) as Jarvis Lorry
1989 Around the World in 80 Days (3 episodes) as Faversham
1989 The Lady and the Highwayman as Sir Lawrence Dobson
1989 Ending Up as Bernard
1987 Who's That Girl as Montgomery Bell
1986 Hold the Dream (2 episodes) as Henry Rossiter
1986 When the Wind Blows as Jim (voice)
1985 Murder with Mirrors as Lewis Serrocold
1985 The Golden Gong: The Story of Rank Films - British Cinema's Legendary Studio as Himself
1984 The Masks of Death as Dr. John H. Watson / Narrator
1984 A Woman of Substance (20 episodes) as Henry Rossiter
1983 Sahara as Cambridge
1983 Hotel (1 episode)
1982 Gandhi as Lord Chelmsford
1982 Wogan (1 episode) as Himself
1979 The Quatermass Conclusion as Prof. Bernard Quatermass
1979 Zulu Dawn as Sir Henry Bartle Frere
1979 Tales of the Unexpected (3 episodes) as Sam Morrissey
1978 The Thirty Nine Steps as Scudder
1978 Dr. Strange as Thomas Lindmer
1978 The Big Sleep as Inspektor Carson
1978 An Audience with... (1 episode) as Himself
1977 The Devil's Advocate as Monsignor Blaise Meredith
1976 Trial by Combat as Colonel Bertie Cook
1975 The 'Human' Factor as Mike McAllister
1974 The Zoo Gang (6 episodes)
1973 Oklahoma Crude as Cleon Doyle
1972 Lady Caroline Lamb as Canning
1972 Young Winston as General Kitchner
1971 Dulcima as Mr. Parker
1970 Ryan's Daughter as Michael
1970 Adam's Woman as Sir Philip MacDonald
1970 Nanny and the Professor (1 episode)
1969 Run Wild, Run Free as The Moorman (Colonel)
1969 Oh! What a Lovely War as Field Marshall Sir Douglas Haig
1968 Emma Hamilton as Lord William Hamilton
1968 A Black Veil for Lisa as Inspector Franz Bulon
1967 Dundee and the Culhane (13 episodes)
1967 Chuka as Colonel Stuart Valois
1967 Africa: Texas Style! as Wing Commander Hayes
1966 The Family Way as Ezra Fitton
1966 The Wrong Box as Masterman Finsbury
1965 King Rat as Smedley-Taylor
1965 Operation Crossbow as General Boyd
1965 The Truth About Spring as Tommy Tyler
1964 The Chalk Garden as Maitland
1962 Tiara Tahiti as Lt. Col. Clifford Southey
1962 The Valiant as Captain Morgan
1961 Flame in the Streets as Jacko Palmer
1961 The Parent Trap as Mitch Evers' Golf Caddy (uncredited)
1961 The Singer Not the Song as Father Michael Keogh
1960 Swiss Family Robinson as Father
1960 Tunes of Glory as Lt. Col. Basil Barrow (Battalion Commander)
1959 Summer of the Seventeenth Doll as Barney
1959 Tiger Bay as Superintendent Graham
1958 I Was Monty's Double as Major Harvey
1958 Ice Cold in Alex as Captain Anson
1958 Dunkirk as Cpl Tubby Bins
1957 The Vicious Circle as Dr. Howard Latimer
1957 Town on Trial as Supt. Mike Halloran
1957 The Baby and the Battleship as Puncher Roberts
1956 It's Great to be Young!
1956 Around the World in Eighty Days as London Carriage Driver
1956 War and Peace as Platon Karataev
1955 Escapade as John Hampden
1955 This Is Your Life (3 episodes)
1955 Above Us the Waves as Commandant Fraser
1955 The End of the Affair as Albert Parkis
1955 The Colditz Story as Pat Reid
1954 Hobson's Choice as Willie Mossop
1953 The Long Memory as Phillip Davidson
1952 The Gentle Gunman as Terence Sullivan
1951 Mr. Denning Drives North as Tom Denning
1950 Morning Departure as Lt. Cmdr. Armstrong
1949 The Rocking Horse Winner as Bassett
1949 The History of Mr. Polly as Alfred Polly
1948 Scott of the Antarctic as Captain R.F. Scott R.N.
1947 The October Man as Jim Ackland
1947 So Well Remembered as George Boswell
1946 Great Expectations as Pip
1945 The Way to the Stars as Pilot Officer Peter Penrose
1945 Waterloo Road as Jim Colter
1944 This Happy Breed as Billy Mitchell
1943 We Dive at Dawn as Lt. Taylor RN
1942 The Young Mr. Pitt as William Wilberforce
1942 In Which We Serve as Ordinary Seaman Blake / Shorty Blake
1942 The Black Sheep of Whitehall as Bobby Jessop
1942 The Big Blockade as Tom
1941 Cottage to Let as Flt·Lieut. Perry
1941 Old Bill and Son as Young Bill
1939 Goodbye, Mr. Chips as Peter Colley - as a Young Man
1937 The Green Cockatoo as Jim Connor
1937 O.H.M.S. as Cpl. Bert Dawson
1936 Tudor Rose as Lord Guilford Dudley
1935 Broadway Gondolier
1935 Brown on Resolution as Albert Brown
1935 Car of Dreams as Robert Miller
1935 Charing Cross Road as Tony
1934 Doctor's Orders as Ronnie Blake
1934 The Lash as Arthur Haughton
1934 A Political Party as Tony Smithers
1934 Those Were The Days as Bobby Poskett
1933 The Ghost Camera as Ernest Elton
1933 Britannia of Billingsgate as Fred Bolton
1932 The Midshipmaid as Golightly
1932 The Big Broadcast as John Mills


1965 Sky West and Crooked Director


1949 The Rocking Horse Winner Producer

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