Edmund Breon

Dec 12, 1882


Reversing the usual procedure, Scottish actor Edmund Breon began his film career in Hollywood in 1928, then returned to the British Isles in 1932. Breon was most often seen in self-effacing roles, usually military in nature. He was cast as Lt. Bathurst in The Dawn Patrol (1930), Colonel Morgan in Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939), and General Huddleston in… More


Edmund Breon Videos

2 minutes 53 seconds
Goodbye, Mr. Chips
4 minutes 4 seconds
At Sword's Point Clip
3 minutes 43 seconds
The Thing From Another World
2 minutes 49 seconds
Dressed To Kill
1 minutes 16 seconds

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