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Offline Lyn L

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Re: Frederick Treeves
« Reply #2 on: February 14, 2012, 17:17:38 »
Another one of those very good actors, whose name I didn't know until I googled it. RIP.
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Frederick Treeves
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2012, 16:18:27 »
I was very sad to see the passing of the Margate born actor Frederick Treeves ,He always played the firm but fair,upper crust english gent ,army officer ect .you could always find him in an Agatha Christie production somewhere.During world war 2 he served in the navy on Malta convoys ,along with Nicolas Monserrat who turned some of his  experiences into the "The Cruel Sea".Freddies grandfather was an emminent victorian surgeon ,played on screen by Anthony Hopkins in the "Elephant Man.

 

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