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Hugh Sinclair

On-stage from 1922, British leading man Hugh Sinclair made his first important film appearance in the 1935 version of Escape Me Never. Thereafter, Sinclair spent most of his time in the theater, though he continued showing up infrequently but memorably in films until 1953. He played one of the Four Just Men in the 1939 adaptation of the Edgar Wallace suspense novel, and twice played Leslie Charteris' roguish hero Simon Templar (aka the Saint) in The Saint's Vacation (1941) and The Saint Meets the Tiger (1942). One of Hugh Sinclair's better later film roles was Richard Graham in The Rocking Horse Winner (1950).

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
62% Ernest Goes to Camp
  • Counselor Sparks
1987
No Score Yet Three Steps In The Dark
  • Actor
1953
No Score Yet Circle Of Danger
  • Actor
1951
No Score Yet No Trace
  • Robert Southley
1950
No Score Yet Trottie True
  • Actor
1949
No Score Yet Corridor of Mirrors
  • Owen Rhys
1948
No Score Yet They Were Sisters
  • Terry
1945
No Score Yet The Saint Meets the Tiger
  • Simon Templar the Saint
1943
No Score Yet At Dawn We Die (Tomorrow We Live)
  • Actor
1943
No Score Yet Secret Four
  • Actor
1940
No Score Yet Escape Me Never
  • Sebastian Sanger
1935

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