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Johnnie Schofield

Highest Rated: 100% The Way Ahead (The Immortal Battalion) (1945)

Lowest Rated: 89% In Which We Serve (1942)

Birthday: Mar 10, 1889

Birthplace: Not Available

For a fan of British programmers of the 1930s and 1940s, it was hard to miss character-player Johnny Schofield. From 1934 onward, Schofield made more screen appearances than he cared to count, usually in such inexpensive crowd-pleasers as Mystery of Marie Celeste (1935) and Arsenal Stadium Mystery (1939). His larger roles included Joe in Went the Day Well? (1943) and Inspector Robson in Shop at Sly Corner (1947). Johnny Schofield made his final appearance in The Fake (1953).

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Carrington V.C. (Court Martial) Actor 1955
No Score Yet The Fake Tate Gallery Attendant 1953
No Score Yet White Fire Charley 1953
No Score Yet Murder Will Out (The Voice of Merrill) Night Porter 1953
No Score Yet Train Of Events First Aid Man at Crash Site 1952
No Score Yet Appointment with Venus Actor 1951
No Score Yet White Corridors Actor 1951
No Score Yet The Perfect Woman Actor 1949
No Score Yet Code of Scotland Yard Inspector Robson 1947
No Score Yet This Man Is Mine Actor 1946
100% The Way Ahead (The Immortal Battalion) Actor 1945
No Score Yet Waterloo Road Pub Landlord 1945
No Score Yet The Way to the Stars Jones 1945
No Score Yet Echo Murders Purvis 1945
No Score Yet English Without Tears (Her Man Gilbey) Police Sergeant 1944
No Score Yet Tawny Pipit Sergeant Dawkins 1944
No Score Yet The Demi-Paradise Ernie 1943
No Score Yet Millions Like Us George 1943
No Score Yet We Dive at Dawn Policeman in Chip Shop 1943
No Score Yet The Bells Go Down Milkman 1943
93% Went the Day Well? Joe Garbett 1942
89% In Which We Serve Coxswain 1942
No Score Yet Next of Kin Lance Corporal 1942
No Score Yet The Arsenal Stadium Mystery Arsenal Doctor 1940
No Score Yet Father O'Flynn Cassidy 1938
No Score Yet Lassie From Lancashire Cyril 1938
No Score Yet Make-Up Publicity Man 1937
No Score Yet Phantom Ship Peter Tooley 1936


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