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Hugh Burden

Lowest Rated:   71% Funeral in Berlin (1966)
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Hugh Burden was a British playwright and actor, most prolific in the latter category in movie character parts. Born in Ceylon and educated in England, Burden made his stage debut in 1933. Nine years later he appeared in his first film, One of Our Aircraft is Missing (1941), perhaps the best showcase up to its time for male British talent. The quality of Hugh Burden's films ranged from the heights of No Love for Johnnie (1961) and Funeral in Berlin (1966) to the depths of The House in Nightmare Park (1973), but the actor never stinted in giving every role his best shot.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet The House in Nightmare Park (Night of the Laughing Dead)
  • Reginald Henderson
1977
No Score Yet Blood from the Mummy's Tomb
  • Geoffrey Dandridge
1972
82% The Ruling Class
  • Matthew Peake
1972
No Score Yet The Statue
  • Sir Geoffrey
1971
No Score Yet Life of Mozart
  • Narrator
1970
71% Funeral in Berlin
  • Hallam
1966
No Score Yet No Love for Johnnie
  • Tim Maxwell
1961
No Score Yet The Secret Partner
  • Charles Standish
1961
No Score Yet Between Heaven and Hell
  • Actor
1956
No Score Yet Malta Story
  • Eden
1953
No Score Yet Ghost Ship
  • Dr. Fawcett
1953
No Score Yet Sleeping Car to Trieste
  • Mills
1948
No Score Yet Fame Is the Spur
  • Arnold Ryerson
1947
100% The Way Ahead (The Immortal Battalion)
  • Parsons
1945
No Score Yet One of Our Aircraft Is Missing
  • John Glyn Haggard
1942
No Score Yet Ships with Wings
  • Lt. Wetherby
1941

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