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Mervyn Johns

Mervyn JohnsBorn: 18-Feb-1899
Birthplace: Pembroke, Wales
Died: 6-Sep-1992
Location of death: London, England
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: Wales
Executive summary: Dead of Night

Wife: Alys Maude Steele-Payne (Australian concert pianist, m. early 1920s, d. 1971, one daughter)
Daughter: Glynis Johns (actress, b. 5-Oct-1923)
Wife: Diana Churchill (actress, m. 1976, until his death)

    University: Llandovery College (dropped out)

    The Confessional (Feb-1976)
    The National Health (6-Mar-1973)
    The Heroes of Telemark (Nov-1965)
    They All Died Laughing (15-Mar-1964)
    The Victors (22-Nov-1963)
    The Old Dark House (30-Oct-1963)
    80,000 Suspects (15-Aug-1963)
    55 Days at Peking (29-May-1963) · Clergyman
    The Day of the Triffids (27-Apr-1963) · Mr. Coker
    Call Me Genius (16-Oct-1961)
    Francis of Assisi (12-Jul-1961) · Brother Juniper
    No Love for Johnnie (14-Feb-1961)
    The Sundowners (8-Dec-1960) · Jack Patchogue
    Never Let Go (7-Jun-1960)
    Once More, With Feeling! (11-Feb-1960)
    The Devil's Disciple (21-Aug-1959) · Rev. Maindeck Parshotter
    The Gypsy and the Gentleman (15-Jan-1958)
    The Vicious Circle (Sep-1957)
    Doctor at Large (26-Mar-1957) · Smith
    The Counterfeit Plan (1-Jan-1957)
    1984 (Sep-1956) · Jones
    Moby Dick (27-Jun-1956) · Peleg
    Finger of Guilt (Jun-1956)
    The Blue Peter (Nov-1955)
    Romeo and Juliet (12-Nov-1954)
    The Master of Ballantrae (5-Aug-1953) · MacKellar
    Valley of Song (9-Jun-1953)
    The Horse's Mouth (1-Jun-1953)
    A Christmas Carol (28-Nov-1951) · Bob Cratchit
    The Magic Box (1951)
    Tony Draws a Horse (Jun-1950)
    Diamond City (20-Sep-1949)
    Edward, My Son (2-Jun-1949) · Harry Simpkin
    Quartet (26-Oct-1948)
    Easy Money (20-Jan-1948) · Atkins
    Devil's Plot (1948)
    Captain Boycott (1947) · Watty Connell
    The Captive Heart (29-Apr-1946)
    Pink String and Sealing Wax (7-Jan-1946)
    Dead of Night (Sep-1945) · Walter Craig
    The Halfway House (Feb-1944)
    San Demetrio, London (7-Dec-1943)
    My Learned Friend (25-Oct-1943)
    The Bells Go Down (17-May-1943)
    Went the Day Well? (7-Dec-1942) · Charles Sims
    The Foreman Went to France (22-Jun-1942)
    The Next of Kin (15-Jun-1942)
    Saloon Bar (2-Nov-1940)
    Convoy (28-Sep-1940)
    Girl in the News (28-Aug-1940) · James Fetherwood
    Jamaica Inn (15-May-1939)
    Foreign Affaires (21-Nov-1935)

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