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Character actor, Naunton Wayne, was born Henry Wayne Davies on Jun 22, 1901 in Llanwonno, Wales. Wayne died at the age of 69 on Nov 17, 1970 in Surbiton, England .



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Charters: I bought a copy of Mein Kampf. Occurred to me it might shed a spot of light on all this... how d'ye do. Ever read it?
Caldicott: Never had the time.
Charters: I understand they give a copy to all the bridal couples over here.
Caldicott: Oh, I don't think it's that sort of book, old man.

Charters: If only we hadn't missed that train at Budapest.
Caldicott: Well, I don't want to rub it in, but if you hadn't insisted on standing up until they'd finished their national anthem...
Charters: Yes, but you must show respect, Caldicott. If I'd known it was going to last twenty minutes...
Caldicott: It has always been my contention that the Hungarian Rhapsody is *not* their national anthem.

Caldicott: [because the hotel is full, Charters and Caldicott have been forced to share the maid's room] They might at least have given us one each?
Charters: What?
Caldicott: The room at least.

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Naunton Wayne Facts
After his successful partnership with Basil Radford (as two cricket-loving Englishmen) in Alfred Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes (1938) they were teamed together, playing a variation of the same characters, in a further ten films, until Radford's early death brought the partnership to an end.

His father was a solicitor.

Changed his name by deed poll in 1933.

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