Which roles are played by Eric Micklewood | Characters played by Eric Micklewood

Eric Micklewood has played the role of British Officer in 36 Hours Film released in 1964.

Undergraduate in Chick Film released in 1936.

British Officer in Death Race TV Film released in 1973.

Reporter in Five Weeks in a Balloon Film released in 1962.

'Bookie' Lee in Nine Men Film released in 1943.

Chris Bunting in Salute John Citizen Film released in 1942.

Geoff Bradley in Souls in Conflict Film released in 1954.

Guest on Bus in Star! Film released in 1968.

Asquith (segment "A Fistful of Yen") in The Kentucky Fried Movie Film released in 1977.

Mr. Trevor in The Lamp Still Burns Film released in 1943.

Tom Trelawne in The Monkey's Paw Film released in 1948.

Man with a Hangover in The Notorious Landlady Film released in 1962.

Robert Ebury in Things Happen at Night Film released in 1948.

Lieutenant von Klotz in Undercover Film released in 1943.

Ransom in Von Ryan's Express Film released in 1965.

Soldier in Went the Day Well? Film released in 1942.

Hammond in 12 O'Clock High TV Series released in 1964.

Sgt. Albert in 12 O'Clock High TV Series released in 1964.

Deeds in Combat! TV Series released in 1962.

Crewman/Officer in Kraft Television Theatre TV Series released in 1947.

Coxin in Sherlock Holmes TV Series released in 1954.

Walter Greystone in Sherlock Holmes TV Series released in 1954.

Driscol Hench in Sherlock Holmes TV Series released in 1954.

Jack Murdock in Sherlock Holmes TV Series released in 1954.

Porter in The Man from U.N.C.L.E. TV Series released in 1964.

Wireless Operator in The Man from U.N.C.L.E. TV Series released in 1964.

Jewlery Salesman in The Rogues TV Series released in 1964.

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