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Gerald Oliver Smith

Highest Rated:   100% National Velvet (1944)
Lowest Rated:   83% 100 Men and a Girl (1937)
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A reliable British stage, screen, and radio actor, Gerald Oliver Smith came to Hollywood in 1937 and played scores of bit parts, often proper English gentlemen complete with monocle and haughty demeanor. Smith, who played the butler in Deanna Durbin's One Hundred Men and a Girl (1937), Colonel Fitzwilliam in Pride and Prejudice (1940), and Constance Bennett's major domus in As Young as You Feel (1951), retired in the mid-'50s. At the time of his death, Smith was a resident at the Motion Picture House and Hospital in Woodland Hills, CA.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet That Forsyte Woman
  • Beveridge
1949
No Score Yet Enchantment
  • Willoughby
1948
No Score Yet Her Husband's Affairs
  • Harold
1947
No Score Yet Singapore
  • Englishman
1947
No Score Yet Rainbow Over Texas
  • Larkin
1946
100% National Velvet
  • Cameraman
1944
100% Jane Eyre
  • Footman at Gateshead
1944
No Score Yet Mrs. Parkington
  • Taylor
1944
No Score Yet Knickerbocker Holiday
  • English Colonist
1944
91% Heaven Can Wait
  • Smith
1943
No Score Yet Forever and a Day
  • Man in Air Raid Shelter
1943
92% Mrs. Miniver
  • Car Dealer
1942
No Score Yet Federal Fugitives
  • Hobbs
1941
No Score Yet The Singing Hill
  • 'Dada' the Butler
1941
100% Pride and Prejudice
  • Fitz William
1940
No Score Yet Bachelor Mother
  • Hennessy
1939
83% 100 Men and a Girl
  • Stevens, the Butler
1937
No Score Yet When You're in Love
  • Gerald Meeker
1937
No Score Yet His Double Life
  • Leek Twin
1933

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