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Milton Rosmer

Highest Rated:   88% The Stars Look Down (1940)
Lowest Rated:   80% The Small Back Room (1952)
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A stage actor from childhood, Milton Rosmer was 31 when he made his screen debut in 1913. Rosmer went on to starring and featured roles in such films as The Passionate Friends (1922), South Riding (1938), Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939), and Monkey's Paw (1948). He was most often seen portraying judges, professors, and committee chairmen. In addition, he directed (and occasionally wrote) such films as Balaclava (1928), Dreyfus (1931), Channel Crossing (1932), Emil and the Detectives (1935), The Guv'nor (1936), and The Challenge (1938). Milton Rosmer was married to actress Irene Rooke.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet The Secret Of The Loch
  • Director
2013
80% The Small Back Room
  • Prof. Mair
1952
No Score Yet Daybreak
  • Governor
1948
No Score Yet Frieda
  • Tom Merrick
1947
No Score Yet Fame Is the Spur
  • Magistrate
1947
No Score Yet Sons of the Sea
  • George Burns
1941
88% The Stars Look Down
  • Harry Nugent
1940
81% Goodbye, Mr. Chips
  • Charteris
1939
No Score Yet Let's Be Famous
  • Albert Pinbright
1939
No Score Yet The Challenge
  • Director
1938
No Score Yet South Riding
  • Alderman Snaith
1938
No Score Yet The Guv'nor (Mister Hobo)
  • Director
1935
No Score Yet Phantom Light
  • Dr. Carey
1935
No Score Yet Murder in the Red Barn
  • Director
1935
No Score Yet High Treason
  • Ernest Stratton
1928
No Score Yet Lady Windermere's Fan
  • Actor
1916

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