in Crime Unlimited (1935)
Frank Wyndham Goldie
5 July 1897
|Died||26 September 1957 60) (aged|
|Years active||1934–1957 (film)|
Goldie was a lieutenant in the Royal Marine Light Infantry in the conflict. (His elder brother Maurice held a commission in the same Corps during the war).
Goldie came to prominence as an actor at the Liverpool Playhouse from 1927 until summer 1934, the last year during which he also directed plays. In 1937 he starred in Margaret Kennedy's play Autumn in the West End.
He was married to the television producer Grace Wyndham Goldie.
- Lorna Doone (1934) as Chief Judge Jeffries (London)
- Man of the Moment (1935) as Jason Randall
- Crime Unlimited (1935) as Conway Addison
- The Black Mask (1935) as Davidson
- Under the Red Robe (1937) as Edmond, Duke of Fiox
- Victoria the Great (1937) as Cecil Rhodes
- The Last Chance (1937) as John Worrall
- The Return of Carol Deane (1938) as Francis Scott-Vaughan
- Sixty Glorious Years (1938) as Arthur J. Balfour
- Old Bones of the River (1938) as Commissioner Sanders
- Inspector Hornleigh on Holiday (1939) as Sir George Winbeck
- The Arsenal Stadium Mystery (1939) as Kindilett
- Girl in the News (1940) as Edward Bentley
- Night Train to Munich (1940) as Charles Dryton
- Seven Days to Noon (1950) as Rev. Burgess
- Doctor in the House (1954) as Examiner (uncredited)
- Child's Play (1954) as Director Atomic Research
- The Secret (1955) as Doctor Scott
- Brothers in Law (1957) as Mr. Smith
- The Strange World of Planet X (1958) as Brigadier Cartwright (final film role)
- Low, Rachael. History of the British Film: Filmmaking in 1930s Britain. George Allen & Unwin, 1985 .