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Actor, Basil Radford, was born on Jun 25, 1897 in Chester, England. Radford died at the age of 55 on Oct 20, 1952 in London, England .



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Farquharson: My men are experts.
Captain Paul Waggett: So are the Todday people, at hiding whisky!

'Tinker' Bell: [after ordering tea] They don't warm the pots, you know. I've watched them making it.
Tiny Williams: Well, it's liquid and it's warm. I was afraid they were going to abolish it altogether.
'Tinker' Bell: Oh, but they would have done, they were going to, if I myself hadn't protested to the colonel.
Tiny Williams: Nobly done, Tinkerbell.

Captain Paul Waggett: [Speaking about the islanders] They're so unsporting. They don't do things for the sake of doing them like the English. We play the game for the sake of the game. Other nations play the game for the sake of winning it.

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Saw active service in the First World War between 1915 and 1918.

Educated at St Peter's, York.

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