Bill Travers

Total Box Office:
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Highest Rated:
100% Ring of Bright Water (1969)
Lowest Rated:
88% The Browning Version (1951)
Birthday:
Jan 3
Birthplace:
Not Available
Bio:
The brother of actress Linden Travers, Bill Travers began his own stage career in 1947; three years later he was seen in his first film, The Wooden Horse. Travers became a star in the role of the physical-culturalist title character in Wee Geordie (1955), an assignment that required him to "beef up"…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
The First Olympics: Athens 1896
  • Actor
-- 1984
Boulevard du rhum (Rum Runners)
  • Sanderson
-- 1976
Christian: The Lion at World's End
  • Director
  • Actor
-- 1976
Belstone Fox
  • Tod
-- 1973
The Lion at World's End (Christian the Lion) (The Lion That Thought He Was People)
  • Director
  • Narrator
-- 1971
An Elephant Called Slowly
  • Screenwriter
  • Bill
-- 1970
Lions Are Free
  • Actor
  • Director
-- 1969
100% Ring of Bright Water
  • Screenwriter
  • Graham Merrill
-- 1969
A Midsummer Night's Dream
  • Snout
-- 1968
92% Born Free
  • George Adamson
-- 1966
Duel at Diablo
  • Lt. McAllister
-- 1966
Two Living, One Dead
  • Anderson
-- 1961
Gorgo
  • Joe Ryan
-- 1961
Invasion Quartet
  • Maj. Freddie Oppenheimer
-- 1961
Monster Madness
  • Actor
-- 1961
The Smallest Show on Earth
  • Matt Spenser
-- 1957
The Seventh Sin
  • Dr. Walter Carwin
-- 1957
The Barretts of Wimpole Street
  • Robert Browning
-- 1957
100% Bhowani Junction
  • Patrick Taylor
-- 1956
Geordie
  • Geordie MacTaggart
-- 1955
Footsteps in the Fog
  • David MacDonald
-- 1955
Romeo and Juliet
  • Benvolio
-- 1954
The Shadow Man (Street of Shadows)
  • Nigel Langley
-- 1953
The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men
  • Posse Man
-- 1952
88% The Browning Version
  • Fletcher
-- 1951
Trio
  • Fellowes [Mr. Knowall]
-- 1950
The Wooden Horse
  • Actor
-- 1950

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Quotes from Bill Travers's Characters

    1. Joe Ryan: [During a scuba dive, the men glimpse Gorgo and hurriedly return to the boat] What did you see, Sam?
    2. Sam Slade: I don't know. But whatever it was, I never want to see it again.
    From Gorgo. Submitted by Francis L (21 months ago)
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