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Who is Allan Cuthbertson?
Allan Cuthbertson was a naturalised Anglo-Australian actor. He was best known for playing stern-faced military officers in British films of the 1950s and 1960s.
- also known as Alan Cuthbertson, Allan Darling Cuthbertson
- born on (95 years ago) in Perth, child of Isobel Ferguson Cuthbertson and Ernest Cuthbertson
- nationality: Australia, United Kingdom
- profession: Actor, soldier
- Marriage with Gertrude Willner until
- died on (27 years ago) in London
- played Cavendish in "The 7th Dawn"
- "Press for Time"
- "One More Time"
- "Thirteen at Dinner"
- "Ice Cold in Alex"
- "The Fast Lady"
- "On the Double"
- "Killers of Kilimanjaro"
- played Det. Thompson in "The Trygon Factor"
- played Randolph St. John in "The Boys"
- "Cloak Without Dagger"
- played Maj. Baker in "The Guns of Navarone"
- played Monty Clayton in "Still Crazy like a Fox"
- played 1st Gentleman in "On Such a Night"
- played Henry Carmichael in "Portrait of Alison"
- played Vice-Admiral in "The Man Who Never Was"
- played Philip in "The Crowning Touch"
- played Lomax in "Captain Nemo and the Underwater City"
- played Blond Man (Uncredited) in "Anastasia"
- played Wilkins in "Half a Sixpence"
- "The Firechasers"
- played Hugh in "The Adventurers"
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Ali Baba to Zombies by R. G. Young
Allan Cuthbertson (Jarvis) Pjjulian Wintle D: Sidney Havers STORY: Philip Levinc Standard crime-thriller: Girl reporter helps insurance detective trap arsonist The Fire Dance see La Danse de Feu Firefight 1987. (USA), color, 100 mins.
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