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Lyn Harding

Highest Rated:   100% Pearls of the Crown (1937)
Lowest Rated:   81% Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939)
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A gesticulating, barnstormer of the Old School, Welsh-born actor Lyn Harding had been a stage star for nearly forty years when he first stepped before a film camera in 1920. Harding's most memorable silent-film appearances was as King Henry VIII in the Marion Davies vehicle When Knighthood Was in Flower (1922). He is best known for his stage and film portrayals of perennial Sherlock Holmes nemesis Professor Moriarty. Lyn Harding remained in harness until 1942, essaying such scene-stealing roles as Bismarck in Sins of Napoleon (1936) and the title character's first headmaster in Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939).

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Prime Minister
  • Bismarck
1941
81% Goodbye, Mr. Chips
  • Dr. Weatherby
1939
No Score Yet Mutiny on the Elsinore
  • Mr. Pike
1937
No Score Yet Murder at the Baskervilles (Silver Blaze)
  • Prof. Moriarty
1937
No Score Yet Knight Without Armour
  • Bargee
1937
No Score Yet Fire Over England
  • Sir Richard
1937
100% Pearls of the Crown
  • An Equerry to His Majesty
1937
No Score Yet The Man Who Changed His Mind
  • Prof. Holloway
1936
No Score Yet Old Spanish Custom
  • Gonzalo Gonzalez
1936
No Score Yet Spy of Napoleon
  • Prince Otto Von Bismarck
1936
No Score Yet Escape Me Never
  • Heinrich
1935
No Score Yet The Triumph of Sherlock Holmes
  • Prof. Moriarty
1935
No Score Yet The Constant Nymph
  • Albert Sanger
1933
No Score Yet The Speckled Band
  • Dr. Grimesby Rylott
1931

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