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Claude Dampier est un Acteur né le 1 janvier 1879

Claude Dampier

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Nom de naissance Claud Conolly Cowan
Naissance 1 janvier 1879
Mort 1 janvier 1955 (à 76 ans)

Claude Dampier (1879-1955) was an English film actor and popular character comedian in the early 20th century.

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Will Hay
Will Hay
(2 films)
Basil Emmott
Basil Emmott
(1 films)
Cyril Bristow
Cyril Bristow
(1 films)
Val Guest
Val Guest
(2 films)
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Filmographie de Claude Dampier (13 films)

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Boys Will Be Boys, 1h20
Réalisé par William Beaudine
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Comédie
Thèmes Le thème de l'éducation
Acteurs Will Hay, Gordon Harker, Jimmy Hanley, Davy Burnaby, Norma Varden, Claude Dampier
Rôle Theo P. Finch
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Alec Smart, who is engaged teaching in a prison, applies for the job of headmaster at a nearby public school to replace the previous headmaster who has been convicted of writing forged cheques and has just been sent to prison. Smart appeals to the Governor to write him a good reference which he pretends to. Afterwards he writes his real recommendation which is very negative about Smart's talents. The trustee who works as the Governor's secretary, Faker Brown, "accidentally" gets the two letters mixed up and delivers the one praising Smart. On the basis of the letter, Lady Dorking, the who runs the Board of Governors appoints Smart to the job. This angers her deputy, Colonel Crableigh, who had favoured promoting his nephew, the Deputy head.
Radio Parade of 1935, 1h36
Réalisé par Arthur B. Woods
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Comédie, Musical, Romance
Acteurs Will Hay, Helen Chandler, Clifford Mollison, Alfred Drayton, Davy Burnaby, Jimmy Godden
Rôle Piano Tuner
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The film tells the story of the sophisticated Director General of the National Broadcasting Group (Will Hay) who promotes the ambitious Head of Complaints to Programmer Director (Clifford Mollison) in an attempt to stem the number of complaints he is receiving owing to the station's overly intellectual programming. In 1930's British slang, the acronym "NBG" stood for "no bloody good". The character played by Hay is clearly intended to be a satirical parody of Lord Reith, and the NBG the BBC.
The Adventures of Algy, 1h37
Acteurs Claude Dampier
Rôle Algernon Allison

Algy (Claude Dampier) is an Englishman who travels to New Zealand to claim a sheep station he has inherited. He falls in love with a neighbour, Kiwi McHill (Bathie Stuart), then travels to Australia. He runs into Kiwi again, using dances she has learned from her Maori friends in a Sydney revue. When he returns to New Zealand he strikes oil on his farm and he and Kiwi are married.
Hullo Marmaduke
Acteurs Claude Dampier
Rôle Marmaduke

Marmaduke (Claude Dampier) is the youngest son of a noble English family who is sent out to Australia on the RMS Osterley with his faithful valet Huggett (Jimmy Taylor). At Fremantle he is swindled by two card sharps out of most of his money. He then goes to Adelaide and makes his way to the gold fields. On the voyage he meets up with barmaid Mrs Mary Morton (Constance Graham) and her young daughter Margie who are looking for Mary's husband Mike (Mayne Lynton). Mrs Morton is killed by some burglars, including her husband, and with her dying breath asks Maramduke to look after her daughter. Marmaduke makes a fortune prospecting, spends the money on Margie and falls in love with her as Margie grows up (Lucille Lisle). Margie is taken prisoner by a lunatic who puts her on board a ship and threatens to blow her up. Marmaduke comes to the rescue, then sees her marry a wealthy suitor.