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Warburton Gamble (1882–1945)

Warburton Gamble was born on December 16, 1882 in London, England as Evelyn Charles Warburton Gamble. He was an actor, known for A Study in Scarlet (1933), Scotland Yard Commands (1936) and Fine Feathers (1921). He was married to Gillian Amy Scaife. He died on August 27, 1945 in London. See full bio »


(age 62) in London, England, UK

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Known For

A Study in Scarlet Dr. Watson
Fine Feathers John Brand


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 1940 Spare a Copper
Sir Robert
 1939 The Rising Sun (TV Movie)
Sand, a friend of Strong's
 1938 Who Killed Cock Robin? (TV Movie)
Julian Cleveland
 1936 Scotland Yard Commands
 1936 Blind Man's Bluff
 1933 By Candlelight
Baron von Ballin
 1933 A Study in Scarlet
Dr. Watson
 1933 Child of Manhattan
 1933 Tonight Is Ours
 1932 Fast Life
 1932 As You Desire Me
 1931 Tonight or Never
Count Albert von Gronac
 1923 The Lights of London
Clifford Armytage
 1921 Dangerous Lies
Leonard Pearce
 1921 Fine Feathers
John Brand
 1921 Poor, Dear Margaret Kirby
Gordon Pell
 1920 The Law of the Yukon
Medford Delaney
 1920 The Cost
Mowbray Langdon
 1920 The Paliser Case
Monty Paliser
 1919 The Invisible Bond
Otis Vale
 1919 La belle Russe
Phillip Sackton
 1919 A Society Exile
Lord Bissett
 1919 As a Man Thinks
Benjamin De Lota
 1919 The Two Brides
Count Gabrielle di Marchesi
 1919 The Silver King
Herbert Skinner
 1918 Thirty a Week
Freddy Ruyter
 1917 The Unforseen
Henry Traquair
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English stage character actor, who also appeared in films on both sides of the Atlantic. He was perhaps best known for playing Watson opposite Reginald Owen's Sherlock Holmes in A Study in Scarlet (1933). Otherwise, seen as colonels, barons and other assorted authority figures.

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