David Farrar

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Age: 105
Birthplace: Forest Gate, London, England

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David Farrar (21 August 1908 – 31 August 1995) was an English stage and film actor, born in Forest Gate, east London.
Three of his most notable film roles were leads in the Powell and Pressburger films Black Narcissus (1947), The Small Back Room (1949), and Gone to Earth (1950).
He retired in 1962. After the death of his wife Irene in 1976, he moved to South Africa to be with their daughter.

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Movie Character Year
Kpaappd0gicpx4jve1jmyijswe2 Black Narcissus Mr. Dean 1947
3hszi1msxpvbjz52irquhghylgb The Small Back Room Sammy Rice 1949
Gkpjzkgmqf6l7tvt8nty6bja3yf The Wild Heart Jack Reddin 1952
25pq69ffjzjk5oi9u1mxusrnqna The Black Shield Of Falworth Gilbert Blunt, Earl of Alban 1954
5wm34umnabhq2ge2rakvyvi1qla Escape to Burma The Sawbwa 1955
X5ftc7yfgtkgn3b9vmtaivoopux The Sea Chase Commander Jeff Napier 1955
W40cgbgzr9tei8quspk1w1jajge Pearl of the South Pacific Bully Hague 1955
W6zaghvr044xrt8nhcgsuygzlm6 I Accuse! Mathieu Dreyfus 1958
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