|The Perfect Clue||Actor||David Mannering||7|
|The Death Kiss||Actor||Franklyn Drew||7|
|Journey's End||Actor||Second Lieutenant Raleigh||7|
|Man Wanted||Actor||Tom Sherman||7|
|Stranger in Town||Actor||Jerry||7|
|The Girl in 419||Actor||Dr. Nichols||7|
|Torch Singer||Actor||Michael Gardner||7|
|The Devil's in Love||Actor||Jean||7|
|The Greeks Had a Word for Them||Actor||Dey Emery||7|
|The Ruling Voice||Actor||Dick Cheney||7|
|The Warrior's Husband||Actor||Theseus||7|
|Beauty and the Boss||Actor||Paul von Ullrich||7|
|The Miracle Woman||1930||Actor||n/a||19307|
|The Right to Love||1929||Actor||n/a||19297|
|A Bill of Divorcement||1931||Actor||Kit||19317|
|Mystery of Edwin Drood||1934||Actor||n/a||19347|
|A Woman Rebels||1935||Actor||n/a||19357|
|The Tick Loves Santa!||1997 1996 - 1997||Storyboard Artist||storyboards||1|
|Godzilla: The Series||2000 1998 - 2000||Storyboard Artist||storyboard cleanup artist||1|
|Men in Black: The Series||2002 1997 - 2002||Storyboard Artist||storyboard cleanup artist||1|
|Made film debut in "Journey's End"|
|Appeared opposite Katharine Hepburn in "A Bill of Divorcement"|
|Starred in Broadway play "Truckline Cafe"|
|Began second career as novelist in the 1950s|
|Last film, "A Woman Rebels"|
|Stage acting debut in "Hippolytus" at the Hart House Theater in Toronto|
|Co-starred in "The Mummy" with Boris Karloff|
|Acted with Karloff and Lugosi in Edgar G Ullmer's "Black Cat"|
|Had title role in "The Mystery of Edwin Drood"|
|Had most prominent role as John Harker in "Dracula", starring Bela Lugosi|
|George Acklom||Father||born in 1870; was estranged from Manners over his decision to pursue acting; died on November 7, 1954|
|University of Toronto|
|Hart House Theater|
|As an in-joke, a character in the 1986 horror film "The Tomb" was named David Manners.|
|"Always well-dressed, well-spoken, and with impeccable manners, David was a perfect leading man for aspiring young actresses and older female stars who wanted nobody stealing scenes from them with mannerisms or too much sex appeal. . . He was what girls in those days called 'a good catch,' playing an earnest, sincere young man with the kind of good looks that needn't worry parents unduly."--Richard Lamparski in "Whatever Became Of...?" vol. 1 (1967)|
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