Biography

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Francis Lister (1899–1951) was a British film actor. He was married to the actresses Nora Swinburne (1924–32) and

Margot Grahame (1934-36)

From Wikipedia

Francis Lister (1899–1951) was a British film actor. He was married to the actresses Nora Swinburne (1924–32) and

Margot Grahame (1934-36)

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender -

Known Credits 18

Birthday 1899-04-02

Day of Death 1951-10-28

Place of Birth London - England - UK

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Also Known As

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

1951 Home To Danger as Wainright
1945 The Wicked Lady as Lord Kingsclere
1939 Murder in Soho as Joe
1937 Return of the Scarlet Pimpernel as Chauvelin
1936 Sensation as Richard Grainger
1936 Living Dangerously as Dr. Henry Pryor
1935 Mutiny on the Bounty as Capt. Nelson
1935 Cardinal Richelieu as Gaston
1935 Clive of India as Edmund Maskelyne
1933 Counsel's Opinion as James Gowan
1933 Hawley's of High Street as Lord Roxton
1932 Jack's the Boy as Jules Martin
1931 Brown Sugar as Lord Sloane
1931 Uneasy Virtue as Bill Rendell
1930 At the Villa Rose as Weathermill
1929 Atlantic as Padre
1924 The Unwanted as John Dearsley
1921 The Fortune of Christina McNab as Duke of Southwark

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