Donald Houston Overview:

Actor, Donald Houston, was born Donald Daniel Houston on Nov 6, 1923 in Tonypandy, Wales. Houston died at the age of 67 on Oct 13, 1991 in Coimbra, Portugal .

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Georges: You take a man's wife, Mr. Farrell, but not his money?


David 'Dai Number 9' Jones: Is it far to St. Paul's? I've never been to a Cathedral before.
Jo: Neither have I.
David 'Dai Number 9' Jones: Oh, you Chapel too?


Editor: Well, now, we must just establish your identity.
David 'Dai Number 9' Jones: Identity?
Editor: Oh, purely a formality, of course.
David 'Dai Number 9' Jones: But I've never had to do that before. They all know me back home, see?
Whimple: But you must have an identity card, don't you?
David 'Dai Number 9' Jones: Well, it's behind the teapot at home, with my union card. Best place for them - I might lose them in London.
Editor: Ah. Heh.
[pause]
Editor: Edmund?
Whimple: May I suggest, uh...
[dialing gesture]
Editor: Ah, exactly. Ring up the manager of the colliery. No doubt he can help us.
Whimple: Excuse me, sir.
[takes phone and dials 0]
Whimple: Get, get me...
[pause as he reads the place name again]
Whimple: Heh heh, ummm, uh, H for hyacinth, A for azalea, F for fuschia...
Editor: [taking the phone impatiently] Hafoduwchbenceubwllymarchogcoch 1!
David 'Dai Number 9' Jones: Congratulations, sir!


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Has a sister, Jean.

Sandy-haired Welsh actor who hit paydirt and stardom with his first two British films, The Blue Lagoon (1949) with Jean Simmons, and A Run for Your Money (1949) with Sir Alec Guinness, maintaining his career with lesser distinction in bawdy comedies and melodramas.

He and his brother and sister were raised by their aunt.

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