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Tom Conway, British Film and Radio Actor. - RRX28609

AdID: 534191

Availability: In stock

Part Number: RRX28609

Height: 7

Width: 9

Source: Rogers


Photo measures 7 x 9. Tom Conway (15 September 1904 – 22 April 1967) was a British film and radio actor, and the older brother of actor George Sanders. Conway is remembered today for playing "The Falcon" in ten of that series' entries, taking over from his brother in The Falcon's Brother, in which they both star. Conway also played Sherlock Holmes during the 1946–1947 season of The New Adventures of Sherlock Holmes following Basil Rathbone's departure from series. Despite an uncanny similarity to the sound of Rathbone's voice, he was not accepted as Holmes by the listening audience and was replaced in the same year by John Stanley. Conway also starred in three of film producer Val Lewton's horror films while a contract actor for RKO Pictures, twice playing Dr. Louis Judd in two otherwise unrelated films—Cat People (1942) and The Seventh Victim a year later—-even though the character was killed in the first film. The third Val Lewton film in which he starred was I Walked with a Zombie (1943).(Wikipedia)