Actor, Author - Great Britain
Born 1893 in circa
Died March 25, 1978 in London
Jack Hulbert was born circa in 1893 in circa. He was an English Actor, Author, known for Kate, plus Ten (1938), Elstree calling (1929), Not now, darling (1975), Jack Hulbert's first movie on record is from 1929. Jack Hulbert died on March 25, 1978 in London. His last motion picture on file dates from 1975.
Jack Hulbert Filmography [Auszug]
1975:  Not now, darling (Cast: Commander Frencham), Directed by Ray Cooney, David Croft, with Ray Cooney, Julie Ege,
1950:  The Man in the Dinghy (Cast), Directed by Herbert Wilcox, with Constance Cummings, Edward Rigby,
1938:  Kate, plus Ten (Cast), Directed by Reginald Denham, with Leo Genn, Genevieve Tobin,
1935: [04.00] Bulldog Jack (Alias Bulldog Drummond) (Cast: Jack Pennington), Directed by Walter Forde, with Fay Wray, Claude Hulbert,
1932: [11.19] Happy ever after (Cast), Directed by Paul Martin, Robert Stevenson, with Sonnie Hale, Lilian Harvey,
1929:  Elstree calling (Cast), Directed by Paul Murray, Alfred Hitchcock, with Cicely Courtneidge, Anna May Wong,
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