Robert Donat

1958-Robert_Donat ROBERT DONAT
Born March 18, 1905; died June 9, 1958
Robert Donat was an English film and stage actor. He is best remembered for his roles in Alfred Hitchcock‘s The 39 Steps (1935) and Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939), winning for the latter the Academy Award for Best Actor.
20th Century Highlights

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1933: The Private Life of Henry VIII, Thomas Culpeper

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1934: The Count of Monte Cristo, Edmond Dantes / The Count of Monte Cristo

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1935: The 39 Steps, Richard Hannay

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1935: The Ghost Goes West, Murdoch and Donald Glourie

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1937: Knight Without Armor, A.J. Fothergill/”Peter Ouranoff”

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1938: The Citadel, Dr. Andrew Manson

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1939: Goodbye Mr Chips, Mr Chips

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1945: Perfect Strangers (aka Vacation from Marriage in the US), Robert Wilson

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1949: The Cure for Love, Sergeant Jack Hardacre

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1951: The Magic Box, William Friese-Greene

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1954: Lease of Life, Rev William Thorne

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1958: The Inn of the Sixth Happiness, the Mandarin of Yang Cheng
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