Saturday 25 August 2012

Sam Kydd

Born: 15 February 1915, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Died: 26 March 1982, London, England

A supporting actor who was captured during WWII and interned in a prison camp for five years, where he wrote and staged plays.

Passport to Pimlico (1949) as Sapper

 Sam Kydd is on the left, with Harry Locke.

No Trace (1950) as Cranshaw, the mechanic

A very small role in this film.

Blackout (1950) as Anaesthetist (uncredited)

This is probably Sam.

The Brave Don't Cry (1952) as Porter

The Lost Hours (1952) as Fred, mechanic at Bristow & Brown

With Mark Stevens.

The Voice of Merrill (1952) as Sgt. Baker

With Garry Marsh.

The Hideout (1956) as Tim Bowers

With Dermot Walsh.

The Iron Maiden (1963) as Fred Trotter

Smokescreen (1964) as Waiter

Sam is on the left. The doorman on the right is as yet unknown to me.

Smashing Time (1967) as Man in cafe blowing bubbles

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