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Robert Morley

Robert MorleyAKA Robert Adolph Wilton Morley

Born: 26-May-1908
Birthplace: Semley, Wiltshire, England
Died: 3-Jun-1992
Location of death: Wargrave, Berkshire, England
Cause of death: Stroke
Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered)

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

Nationality: England
Executive summary: Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?

Wife: Joan Buckmaster (m. 1940, until his death, two sons, one daughter)
Son: Sheridan Morley (theater critic, b. 5-Dec-1941)
Daughter: Annabel Morley (b. 10-Jun-1946)
Son: Wilton Morley (b. 1951)

    University: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London

    Commander of the British Empire 1957 New Year's Honours

    Around the World in 80 Days (16-Apr-1989)
    The Lady and the Highwayman (22-Jan-1989)
    War and Remembrance (13-Nov-1988)
    Little Dorrit (11-Sep-1988) · Lord Decimus Barnacle
    The Trouble with Spies (4-Dec-1987) · Angus
    The Wind (1987)
    Alice in Wonderland (9-Dec-1985)
    High Road to China (18-Mar-1983)
    Deadly Game (1982)
    The Great Muppet Caper (26-Jun-1981)
    Loophole (Mar-1981)
    Oh, Heavenly Dog! (11-Jul-1980)
    Scavenger Hunt (21-Dec-1979)
    The Human Factor (18-Dec-1979)
    Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? (13-Sep-1978)
    The Blue Bird (5-Apr-1976)
    Hugo the Hippo (25-Dec-1975) [VOICE]
    Great Expectations (22-Nov-1974)
    Theatre of Blood (5-Apr-1973)
    When Eight Bells Toll (9-Mar-1971)
    Song of Norway (4-Nov-1970)
    Cromwell (16-Jul-1970) · Earl of Manchester
    Doctor in Trouble (16-Jun-1970)
    Lola (6-Jan-1970)
    Sinful Davey (Feb-1969)
    Some Girls Do (23-Jan-1969)
    Hot Millions (19-Sep-1968) · Caesar Smith
    Woman Times Seven (27-Jun-1967)
    Tender Scoundrel (30-Dec-1966)
    Finders Keepers (8-Dec-1966) · Col. Roberts
    Way... Way Out (26-Oct-1966)
    Hotel Paradiso (14-Oct-1966)
    The Trygon Factor (1966)
    The Alphabet Murders (26-Dec-1965) · Hastings
    Life at the Top (14-Dec-1965)
    The Loved One (11-Oct-1965) · Sir Ambrose Ambercrombie
    A Study in Terror (Oct-1965)
    Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines (16-Jun-1965) · Lord Rawnsley
    Genghis Khan (15-Apr-1965)
    Topkapi (17-Sep-1964) · Cedric Page
    Of Human Bondage (Jun-1964)
    Hot Enough for June (10-Mar-1964) · Col. Cunliffe
    Ladies Who Do (25-Nov-1963)
    Take Her, She's Mine (13-Nov-1963) · Pope-Jones
    The Old Dark House (30-Oct-1963)
    Murder at the Gallop (24-Jun-1963) · Hector Enderby
    Nine Hours to Rama (3-Apr-1963)
    The Boys (Sep-1962)
    The Road to Hong Kong (27-Apr-1962) · 3rd Echelon Leader
    Go to Blazes (Apr-1962)
    The Young Ones (19-Dec-1961)
    Oscar Wilde (May-1960) · Oscar Wilde
    Joseph and His Brethren (1960)
    The Battle of the Sexes (Dec-1959)
    Libel (23-Oct-1959) · Sir Wilfred
    The Journey (19-Feb-1959) · Hugh Deverill
    The Doctor's Dilemma (17-Dec-1958) · Sir Ralph Bloomfield-Bonington
    Law and Disorder (10-Jun-1958)
    The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw (1958)
    Around the World in Eighty Days (17-Oct-1956) · Ralph
    The Adventures of Quentin Durward (23-Nov-1955) · King Louis XI
    Beau Brummell (1-Oct-1954)
    The Rainbow Jacket (May-1954)
    The Good Die Young (2-Mar-1954) · Sir Francis Ravenscourt
    The Final Test (5-Jan-1954)
    Beat the Devil (24-Nov-1953) · Peterson
    Melba (24-Jun-1953)
    The Story of Gilbert and Sullivan (15-Feb-1953)
    Curtain Up (12-May-1952)
    The African Queen (23-Dec-1951) · Rev. Samuel Sayer
    Outcast of the Islands (1951)
    The Ghosts of Berkeley Square (30-Oct-1947)
    A Yank in London (20-Jul-1945)
    The Young Mr. Pitt (21-Sep-1942)
    The Foreman Went to France (22-Jun-1942)
    The Big Blockade (19-Jan-1942)
    Major Barbara (14-May-1941)
    Marie Antoinette (8-Jul-1938) · King Louis XVI

Wrote plays:
Edward, My Son (1947)

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