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Hughie Green (1920–1997)


Hughie Green was born on February 2, 1920 in London, England as Hughes Green. He is known for his work on Midshipman Easy (1935), Down Our Alley (1939) and Melody and Romance (1937). He was married to Claire Wilson. He died on May 3, 1997 in Chelsea, London. See full bio »

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Known For

Midshipman Easy Midshipman Easy
(1935)
Down Our Alley Hughie Dunstable
(1939)
Melody and Romance Hughie Hawkins
(1937)
(1976)

Filmography

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 1978 What's Up Superdoc!
Bob Scratchitt
 1974 Whodunnit? (TV Series)
Angry Diner / Panellist
- A Piece of Cake: Christmas Special (1974) ... Angry Diner
- Teddy Bears' Picnic (1974) ... Panellist
 1972 Opportunity Knocks (TV Series)
Reginald Bouquet
- The Script Writers Chart Show (1972) ... Reginald Bouquet
 1971 The Sky's the Limit (TV Series)
Host
 1966 Rome, Sweet Home (TV Movie)
 1962 The Dickie Henderson Show (TV Series)
 1960 Life with the Lyons (TV Series)
 1957 A Santa for Christmas (TV Movie)
 1955 Channel Nine (TV Short)
Performer
 1951 Lux Video Theatre (TV Series)
Bobby
- Purple and Fine Linen (1951) ... Bobby (as Hugh Green)
 1949 Paper Orchid
Harold Croup
 1948 Hills of Home
Geordie (as Hugh Green)
 1947 If Winter Comes
Freddie Perch (as Hugh Green)
 1940 Tom Brown's School Days
Walker Brooke
 1939 Down Our Alley
Hughie Dunstable
 1937 Melody and Romance
Hughie Hawkins
 1935 Midshipman Easy
Midshipman Easy
 1935 Radio Pirates
Impressionist
 1934 Little Friend
Boy (uncredited)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (1 credit)
Show Show Producer (4 credits)
Show Show Soundtrack (1 credit)
Show Show Thanks (1 credit)
Show Show Self (37 credits)
Show Show Archive footage (9 credits)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

He performed in the revue, "Take to the Hills! Charity Revue," at the Scala Theatre in London, England with Patrick Mower, Ian Hamilton, Brian Marber, Gemma Jones, Acker Bilk, Michael Flanders, Donald Swann, Larry Adler, and Joan Heal in the cast. Gerald Harper was director.

Publicity Listings:

1 Biographical Movie | 1 Print Biography | 1 Portrayal | See more »

Alternate Names:

Hugh Green

Height:

6' 0½" (1.84 m)
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Trivia:

He effectively retired from television when his series Opportunity Knocks (1956) came to an end in 1978. Although the series remained popular with viewers, Green's relationship with Thames Television executives had become increasingly strained. One particular area of contention was Green's attempts to use the show as a platform for his political views, which executives felt was completely ... See more »

Trademark:

Catch-phrase: "And I mean that most sincerely folks" usually when saying how good acts were on talent show Opportunity Knocks (1956). See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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