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Carl Harbord
Carl Harbord in Dressed to Kill (1946).png
Born(1908-01-26)26 January 1908
Salcombe, Devon, England
Died18 October 1958(1958-10-18) (aged 50)
Years active1928–1955
(m. 1942)

Carl Harbord (26 January 1908 – 18 October 1958) was a British stage, film and television actor.[1][2][3]


When he was 19, Harbord appeared in the play The Happy Husband, which was presented at the Criterion Theater in London, England.[4] In 1933, he first appeared in a play in Australia.[5] His first Broadway appearance was in 1934, in a production of Noël Coward's Conversation Piece at the 44th Street Theatre.[6]


Harbord entered the film industry during the final stage of the silent era. He appeared in several early sound films for British International Pictures such as The Informer. One of his most prominent roles was in Anthony Asquith's First World War film Tell England.[7] Harbord later went to Hollywood where he played supporting, but sometimes significant minor roles.[3]

Partial filmography


  1. ^ League, The Broadway. "Carl Harbord – Broadway Cast & Staff - IBDB".
  2. ^ "Carl Harbord".
  3. ^ a b "Carl Harbord - Biography, Movie Highlights and Photos - AllMovie". AllMovie.
  4. ^ "Theatre and Screen". Australia, Melbourne. The Age. August 3, 1927. p. 13. Retrieved April 5, 2016 – via open access
  5. ^ "(advertisement)". Australia, Melbourne. The Age. June 24, 1933. p. 24. Retrieved April 5, 2016 – via open access
  6. ^ Pollock, Arthur (October 24, 1934). "The Theater". New York, Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Daily Eagle. p. 13. Retrieved April 5, 2016 – via open access
  7. ^ "New Films". Australia, Sydney. The Sydney Morning Herald. April 25, 1932. p. 2. Retrieved April 5, 2016 – via open access


  • Kelly, Andrew. Cinema and the Great War. Routledge, 1997.

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