Wednesday 24 April 2013

Frederick Piper

Born: 23 September 1902, London, England
Died: 22 September 1979, Berkshire, England

Frederick Piper was a character actor in 'working man' roles.

The 39 Steps (1935) as The Milkman (uncredited)

Champagne Charlie (1944) as Learoyd

Escape (1948) as Brownie, a convict

With Rex Harrison.

Passport to Pimlico (1949) as Garland

It's Not Cricket (1949) as Yokel

A nighttime scene with Frederick Piper. Probably the funniest moment in a dire film.

Cosh Boy (1953) as Mr. Easter (uncredited)

With Hermione Baddeley walking across the shot and Betty Ann Davies behind her.

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