Franklin Dyall (3 February 1870 – 8 May 1950) was an English actor.
|Born||3 February 1870|
Liverpool, Lancashire, England
|Died||8 May 1950 80) (aged|
|Spouse(s)||Mary Phyllis Logan (1907-?; divorced) |
Mary Merrall (1929–1950; his death)
Dyall was born in Liverpool. His father, Charles Dyall, was the first curator of the Walker Art Gallery. He appeared in 26 films between 1916 and 1948, as well as being the eleventh actor to portray Captain Hook. He was the father of actor Valentine Dyall. He died in Worthing, Sussex, aged 80.
|1919||The Garden of Resurrection||Cruickshank|
|1928||Easy Virtue||Aubrey Filton|
|1931||A Safe Affair||Rupert Gay||Producer|
|1931||Alibi||Sir Roger Ackroyd|
|1931||The Ringer||Maurice Meister|
|1931||Night in Montmartre||Max Levine|
|1932||Men of Steel||Charles Paxton|
|1933||Called Back||Dr. Jose Manuel|
|1933||The Private Life of Henry VIII||Thomas Cromwell|
|1934||Mr. Stringfellow Says No||Count Hokana|
|1934||The Iron Duke||Blücher|
|1935||The Case of Gabriel Perry||Prosecution|
|1936||Conquest of the Air||Jerome de Ascoli|
|1937||Fire Over England||Uncredited|
|1937||Leave It to Me||Sing|
|1938||The Ringer||Maurice Meister||TV movie|
|1940||All at Sea||Dr. Stolk|
|1943||Yellow Canary||Captain Foster|
|1948||Bonnie Prince Charlie||MacDonald of Keppoch - Morar||(final film role)|
- Brian McFarlane. The Encyclopedia of British Film, London: BFI/Methuen, 2003, p. 191.
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