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Patrick Cargill

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Patrick Cargill (3 June 1918 – 23 May 1996) was a British actor known for his role on the British television sitcom Father, Dear Father. Description above from the Wikipedia article Patrick Cargill, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia

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Jun 3, 1918 In London, England, UK
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie Trottie True 1949-09-29
Latest Project:
Movie Heil Honey I'm Home! 1990-09-30
Known For
Poster of Help!
Poster of Top Secret
Poster of The Avengers
Poster of No Hiding Place
Movie Heil Honey I'm Home! Neville Chamberlain 1990-09-30
Series Father, Dear Father 1978-06-25
Series The Many Wives Of Patrick Unknown 1976-09-03
Movie The Cherry Picker Unknown 1974-01-01
Movie Father Dear Father Patrick Glover 1973-05-25
Movie Up Pompeii Nero 1971-01-01
Movie Every Home Should Have One Wallace Truffit MP 1970-03-05
Movie Hammerhead Condor 1968-09-11
Series Father, Dear Father Patrick Glover 1968-05-05
Movie Inspector Clouseau Commissioner Sir Charles Braithwaite 1968-07-19
Movie A Countess from Hong Kong Hudson 1967-01-05
Series The Prisoner Unknown 1967-09-29
Series Man in a Suitcase Unknown 1967-09-27
Movie Help! Superintendent 1965-07-29
Movie This Is My Street Ransome 1964-01-15
Movie A Stitch in Time Dr. Meadows 1963-12-01
Movie Carry On Jack Don Luis, the Spanish Governor 1963-11-01
Movie The Cracksman Museum Guide 1963-01-01
Movie The Hi-Jackers Inspector Grayson 1963-12-01
Series The Avengers Pemberton 1961-01-07
Series Top Secret 1961-08-11
Movie Clue of the Silver Key 1961-08-01
Movie Doctor in Love Car Salesman (uncredited) 1960-07-12
Movie Expresso Bongo Psychiatrist 1959-12-01
Series No Hiding Place Unknown 1959-09-16
Movie The Night We Dropped a Clanger Fritz 1959-10-10
Movie The Extra Day Cashier 1956-01-01
Movie Around the World in Eighty Days (uncredited) 1956-10-17
Movie The Sword and the Rose French Diplomat 1953-07-23
Movie Trottie True Party Guest (uncredited) 1949-09-29