Paul Robeson

Actor - Great Britain
Borndate unknown

The day of birth of Paul Robeson is not on record. He is an English Actor, known for Camille (1926), Borderline (1930), Sanders of the River (1935), Paul Robeson's first movie on record is from 1925. His last motion picture on file dates from 1942.

Paul Robeson Filmography [Auszug]
1942: [] Native Land (Cast), Directed by Leo T. Hurwitz, Paul Strand,
1940: [04.06] The Proud Valley (Cast: David Goliath), Directed by Pen Tennyson, with Edward Chapman, ,
1936: [05.17] Show Boat (Cast: Joe), Directed by James Whale, with , Queenie Smith, ,
1935: [] Sanders of the River (Cast), Directed by Zoltan Korda, with Leslie Banks, Nina Mae McKinney,
1930: [/ /1] Borderline (Cast), Directed by Kenneth Macpherson, with Charlotte Arhur, Gavin Arthur, Helga Dorn,
1926: [] Camille (The Fate of a Coquette) (Cast: Alexandre Dumas fils), Directed by Ralph Barton, with Anita Loos, Paul Claudel,
1925: [11.09] Body and Soul (Cast: Rev. Isaiah T. Jenkins / His brother Sylvester), Directed by Oscar Micheaux, with , ,

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