Moore Marriott

Highest Rated: 73% Green for Danger (1947)
Lowest Rated: 73% Green for Danger (1947)
Birthday: Sep 14, 1885
Birthplace: Not Available
Making his screen debut in 1908's Dick Turpin, Moore Marriott eventually appeared in over 300 British films. A leading man in his earliest endeavors, Marriott began playing irascible, oftimes senile old codgers while still in his early 40s. He is best-remembered for his work as doddering, toothless Jeremiah Harbottle in such Will Hay comedies as Oh, Mr. Porter (1938) and Ask a Policeman (1939). Moore Marriott's last screen role was Uncle Pensternon in 1949's The History of Mr. Polly.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet The History of Mr. Polly Uncle Pentstemon 1949
73% Green for Danger Joe Higgins 1947
No Score Yet I'll Be Your Sweetheart George Le Brunn 1945
No Score Yet A Place of One's Own George 1945
No Score Yet Time Flies Soothsayer 1944
No Score Yet Millions Like Us Jim Crowson 1943
No Score Yet Millions Like Us Actor 1943
No Score Yet Back-Room Boy Jerry 1942
No Score Yet I Thank You Pop Bennett 1941
No Score Yet Gasbags Jerry Jenkins 1941
No Score Yet Hi, Gang! Uncle Jerry 1941
No Score Yet Charley's Big-Hearted Aunt Jerry 1940
No Score Yet Band Waggon Jasper 1940
No Score Yet The Frozen Limits Tom Tiddler 1939
No Score Yet Cheer, Boys, Cheer Geordie 1939
No Score Yet Convict 99 Jerry the Mole 1938
No Score Yet Ask a Policeman Harbottle 1938
No Score Yet Owd Bob (To the Victor) Samuel 1938
No Score Yet Old Bones of the River Jerry Harbottle 1938
No Score Yet Victoria the Great Train Driver 1937
No Score Yet The Amazing Quest of Ernest Bliss (The Amazing Adventure)(Romance and Riches) Edwards 1937
No Score Yet Oh, Mr Porter! Jeremiah Harbottle 1937
No Score Yet Windbag the Sailor Jeremiah Harbottle 1936
No Score Yet Accused Dubec 1936
No Score Yet When Knights Were Bold The Tramp 1936
No Score Yet Drake the Pirate Bright 1935
No Score Yet Nell Gwyn Robin 1935
No Score Yet Money for Speed Shorty 1933
No Score Yet The Water Gipsies Mr. Pewtar 1932
No Score Yet Flying Scotsman Bob White 1929


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