Basil Radford

from Chester, England, UK

Artwork for A Southern MaidImage of Basil Radford

Biography

Arthur Basil Radford was an English character actor who featured in many British films of the 1930s and 1940s. He is probably best remembered for his appearances alongside Naunton Wayne as one half of Charters and Caldicott, two cricket-obsessed Englishmen who appeared in several films from 1938 to 1949, most famously in Alfred Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes.

Timeline

1951Aged 54

  • Poster for The Galloping Major

    Major Arthur Hill

1950Aged 53

  • Poster for Chance of a Lifetime

    Dickinson

  • Poster for Ha'penny Breeze

    Shopkeeper (uncredited)

1949Aged 52

  • Poster for Helter Skelter

    Maj. Bright

  • Poster for It's Not Cricket

    Maj. Bright

  • Poster for Stop Press Girl

    The Mechanical Type

  • Poster for Whisky Galore!

    Captain Paul Waggett

  • Poster for Passport to Pimlico

    Gregg

1948Aged 51

  • Poster for The Winslow Boy

    Desmond Curry

  • Poster for Quartet

    Henry Garnet

1946Aged 49

1945Aged 48

  • Poster for The Way to the Stars

    'Tiny' Williams

  • Poster for Dead of Night

    George Parratt (Segment "The Golfing Story")

1943Aged 46

1942Aged 45

1940Aged 43

1939Aged 42

1938Aged 41

  • Poster for Convict 99

    Deputy Governor

  • Poster for The Lady Vanishes

    Charters

  • Poster for Climbing High

    Reggie Baird

1937Aged 40

  • Poster for When Thief Meets Thief

    Defending Counsel

  • Poster for Young and Innocent

    Erica's Uncle Basil

1936Aged 39

  • Poster for Broken Blossoms

    Mr. Reed

  • Poster for Dishonour Bright

    Henry Crane

1935Aged 38

1934Aged 37

  • Poster for A Southern Maid

    Tom

1933Aged 36

1932Aged 35

  • Poster for There Goes the Bride

    Rudolph (uncredited)

1930Aged 33

  • Poster for Seven Days Leave

    Corporal

1929Aged 32

  • Poster for Barnum Was Right

    Standish