Lumsden Hare

Lumsden Hare was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Hare began his acting career appearing in various films, such as "The Black Watch" (1929), "Salute" (1929) with George O'Brien and "Under Suspicion" ... Read more »
Born: 04/27/1875 in Cashel, IE

Filmography

Actor (20)

Count Your Blessings 1958 (Movie)

John (Actor)

The Oregon Trail 1958 (Movie)

British Ambassador (Actor)

Johnny Tremain 1957 (Movie)

Admiral Montagu (Actor)

King Richard and the Crusaders 1954 (Movie)

Physician (Actor)

Julius Caesar 1953 (Movie)

Publius (Actor)

That Forsyte Woman 1949 (Movie)

Roger Forsyte (Actor)

Hills of Home 1948 (Movie)

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The Canterville Ghost 1944 (Movie)

Mr. Potts (Actor)

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 1940 (Movie)

Colonel Weymouth (Actor)

Rebecca 1940 (Movie)

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Captain Fury 1938 (Movie)

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Gunga Din 1938 (Movie)

Major Mitchell (Actor)

Lloyd's of London 1935 (Movie)

Captain Suckling (Actor)

Folies Bergere 1934 (Movie)

Gustave (Actor)

Lives of a Bengal Lancer 1934 (Movie)

Major General Woodley (Actor)

She 1934 (Movie)

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The Crusades 1934 (Movie)

Robert - Earl of Leicester (Actor)

The Little Minister 1933 (Movie)

Tammas Whammond (Actor)

Arrowsmith 1930 (Movie)

Sir Robert Fairland (Actor)

Salute 1928 (Movie)

Rear Admiral John Randall (Actor)

Biography

Lumsden Hare was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Hare began his acting career appearing in various films, such as "The Black Watch" (1929), "Salute" (1929) with George O'Brien and "Under Suspicion" (1930). He also appeared in "So This Is London" (1930), "Scotland Yard" (1930) and the Elissa Landi drama "Always Goodbye" (1931). He kept working in film throughout the thirties, starring in the historical film "The Crusades" (1935) with Loretta Young, the dramatic adventure "Lives of a Bengal Lancer" (1935) with Gary Cooper and the fantasy romance "She" (1935) with Helen Gahagan. He also appeared in "Professional Soldier" (1935) with Victor McLaglen. In the latter part of his career, he continued to act in the Michael O'Shea adventure "Jack London" (1943), the thriller "The Lodger" (1944) with Merle Oberon and the fantastical comedy "The Canterville Ghost" (1944) with Charles Laughton. He also appeared in "The Keys of the Kingdom" (1945) and the Jennifer Jones comedy "Love Letters" (1945). Hare more recently acted in "The Oregon Trail" (1959). Hare passed away in August 1964 at the age of 89.

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