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Geoffrey Sumner

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Geoffrey Sumner
Geoffrey Sumner
Born(1908-11-20)20 November 1908
Ilfracombe, England
Died29 September 1989(1989-09-29) (aged 80)
NationalityBritish
OccupationActor

Geoffrey Sumner (20 November 1908 – 29 September 1989) was a British actor.[1][2] As well as appearing in a number of films, he was also a commentator for British Movietone News.,[3]

His parents were Edmund and Kathleen Marion (Brook). He married Gwen Williams Roberts in 1967 after the death of his first wife, Mary Richards with whom he had three daughters.

In 1957 he played Major Upshot-Bagley in the first series of The Army Game , broadcast by ITV Granada.[4] He reprised the role in the 1958 film I Only Arsked!, based on the TV series.[5]

A sample of "Train Sequence" ("This is a journey into sound") from the 1958 LP A Journey Into Stereo Sound was used by different artists like Eric B. & Rakim in their track "Paid in Full", Bomb the Bass ("Beat Dis"), Public Enemy ("Welcome to the Terrordome"), Anthrax ("Potters Field"), Handsome Boy Modeling School ("Holy Calamity (Bear Witness II)"), Luke Vibert ("Ambalek"), Gotye ("A Distinctive Sound") and Jauz x Marshmello ("Magic").[6]

In September 1968 Sumner played Sir Lancelot Spratt in the BBC radio series of Doctor in the House, alongside Richard Briers.[7]

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Partial filmography

References

  1. ^ "Sumner, Geoffrey", BFI Film & TV Database
  2. ^ "Geoffrey Sumner | Theatricalia". theatricalia.com.
  3. ^ "Sumner, Geoffrey", British Universities Film & Video Council
  4. ^ "The Army Game". Phill.co.uk. Retrieved 8 June 2020.
  5. ^ "I only Arsked! (1959)". British Film Institute. Archived from the original on 5 May 2019.
  6. ^ Geoffrey Sumner, whosampled.com
  7. ^ "Doctor in the House". 17 September 1968. p. 29 – via BBC Genome.

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