Malcolm Keen

Actor - Great Britain
Borndate unknown

The day of birth of Malcolm Keen is not on record. He is an English Actor, known for The Manxman (1929), The mountain eagle (1926), The lodger - A story of the London Fog (1927), Malcolm Keen's first movie on record is from 1922. His last motion picture on file dates from 1962.

Malcolm Keen Filmography [Auszug]
1962: [] Two and Two Make Six (Cast), Directed by Freddie Francis, with George Chakiris, Janette Scott, Alfred Lynch,
1930: [] Wolves (Cast), Directed by Albert de Courville, with Charles Laughton, Dorothy Gish, Andrews Engelmann,
1929: [] The Manxman (Cast), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Carl Brisson, Anny Ondra,
1927: [02.14] The lodger - A story of the London Fog (Cast: Joe Betts, Policeman), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Ivor Novello, , Marie Ault,
1926: [] The mountain eagle (Fear O'God) (Cast: Fear O'God), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Bernhard Goetzke, John Hamilton,
1922: [] A Bill of Divorcement (Cast), Directed by Denison Clift, with Constance Binney, Fay Compton,

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