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Henry Daniell (5 March 1894 – 31 October 1963) was an English actor, best known for his villainous movie roles, but who had a long and prestigious career on stage as well as in films.
Daniell was given few opportunities to play a 'good guy', one of the few being the biopic Song of Love (1947) where he played the supporting part of Franz Liszt.
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|Camille||Baron de Varville||1936|
|The Thirteenth Chair||John Wales||1937|
|Holiday||Seton 'Dopey' Cram||1938|
|Marie Antoinette||La Motte||1938|
|All This, and Heaven Too||Broussais||1940|
|The Great Dictator||Garbitsch||1940|
|A Woman's Face||Public Prosecutor||1941|
|The Feminine Touch||Shelley Mason, Critic||1941|
|Sherlock Holmes and the Voice of Terror||Sir Anthony Lloyd||1942|
|The Body Snatcher||Dr. Wolfe 'Toddy' MacFarlane||1945|
|The Woman in Green||Professor James Moriarty||1945|
|Buccaneer's Girl||Capt. Duval||1950|
|The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit||Bill Ogden||1956|
|Lust for Life||Theodorus Van Gogh||1956|
|Witness for the Prosecution||Mayhew||1957|
|The Sun Also Rises||Doctor||1957|
|Les Girls||le juge||1957|
|The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake||Dr. Emil Zurich||1959|
|The Notorious Landlady||Stranger||1962|
|The Chapman Report||Dr. Jonas||1962|