From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Ian Hunter (13 June 1900 – 22 September 1975) was a British character actor.
Among dozens of film roles, his best-remembered appearances include That Certain Woman (1937) with Bette Davis, The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938, as King Richard the Lionheart), The Little Princess (1939, as Captain Reginald Crewe) and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941, as Dr. Lanyon). Hunter returned to the Robin Hood legend in the 1955 TV series The Adventures of Robin Hood in the recurring role of Sir Richard of the Lea.
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|Easy Virtue||The Plaintiff's Counsel||1928|
|The Sign of Four: Sherlock Holmes' Greatest Case||Dr. John H. Watson||1932|
|Death At Broadcasting House||Detective Inspector Gregory||1934|
|The Adventures of Robin Hood||King Richard the Lion-Heart||1938|
|Secrets of an Actress||Peter 'Pete' Snowden||1938|
|Tarzan Finds a Son!||Mr. Austin Lancing||1939|
|Maisie||Clifford 'Cliff' Ames||1939|
|Bitter Sweet||Lord Shayne||1940|
|The Long Voyage Home||Smitty||1940|
|Come Live With Me||Barton Kendrick||1941|
|Andy Hardy's Private Secretary||Steven V. Land||1941|
|Billy the Kid||Eric Keating||1941|
|Edward, My Son||Doctor Larry Woodhope||1949|