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Don Stannard (1916–1949)

Don Stannard was born in 1916 in Westcliffe-on-Sea, Essex, England as Donald Gordon Stannard. He was an actor, known for Dick Barton, Detective (1948), Dick Barton at Bay (1950) and Dick Barton Strikes Back (1949). He died on July 9, 1949 in Cookham Dean, Berkshire, England. See full bio »
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 1950 Dick Barton at Bay
Dick Barton
 1949 Dick Barton Strikes Back
Dick Barton
 1949 The Temptress
Derek Clifford
 1948 Dick Barton, Detective
Dick Barton
 1947 Death in High Heels
Detective Charlesworth
 1946 I'll Turn to You
Roger Meredith
 1945 Caesar and Cleopatra
Roman Officer (uncredited)
 1945 Pink String and Sealing Wax
John Bevan
 1945 Don Chicago
Ken Cressing
 1939 Bridal Suite
Best Man (uncredited)
 1938 Hold That Kiss
Captain in Moving Picture (uncredited)

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RADA-trained light leading man, the son of a banker. Stannard advanced to the limelight after being spotted by MGM chief Louis B. Mayer who was visiting England at the time. He then appeared in a few British-based MGM productions, before his career was put hold due to wartime service in the Royal Navy. He re-emerged after his five-year stint, starring as tough secret agent Dick Barton in a trio ... See more »

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