Clifford Mollison

Clifford Lely Mollison (30 March 1897 – 4 June 1986) was a British stage, film and television actor.[1][2] He made his stage debut in 1913.[3] He was married to the actress Avril Wheatley.[4] His younger brother was the actor Henry Mollison.[5]

Clifford Mollison
Clifford Lely Mollison

(1897-03-30)30 March 1897
Died4 June 1986(1986-06-04) (aged 89)
Years active1913–1980
Spouse(s)Muriel Agnes Pope
(m. 1923; ? 19??)
Avril Wheatley
(m. 1952; ? 19??)
RelativesHenry Mollison (brother)


Year Title Role Notes
1930Almost a HoneymoonBasil Dibley
1932The Lucky NumberPercy Gibbs
1933Meet My SisterLord Victor Wilby
1933A Southern MaidJack Rawden / Willoughby
1934The Luck of a SailorShorty
1934Freedom of the SeasSmith
1934Give Her a RingPaul Hendrick
1934Radio Parade of 1935Jimmie Clare
1934Mister CindersJim Lancaster
1935Royal CavalcadeCustomerUncredited
1939Blind FollyGeorge Bunyard
1951ScroogeDick Wilkins
1956The Baby and the BattleshipSalis
1961Mary Had a Little...Watkins
1963The V.I.P.sMr. River, the Hotel ManagerUncredited
1969Oh! What a Lovely WarHeckler at Pankhurst Speech
1972That's Your FuneralWitherspoon
1973Love Thy NeighbourRegistrar
1974Frankenstein and the Monster from HellJudge


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