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The handsome Scottish actor poses in costume, signs name in blue ink
Inscribed photograph signed: "To Lon./ Sincerely/ Hector Ross/ 1949" in blue ink. Sepia, 8x10. 1969. Scottish actor Hector Ross (1914-1980) appeared prolifically in British television and films for over forty years. Ross is best remembered for his television credits including the short Sherlock Holmes: The Man Who Disappeared (1951), and in series like Operation Diplomat (1952), Trial (1971) and Dixon of Dock Green (1964-1974). His film credits include Bonnie Prince Charlie (1948) and The Steel Key (1953), as well as the memorable film shorts Potter of the Yard (1952) and Mr. Beamish Goes South (1953). Toned. Corners rounded. Ink notes on verso in unknown hand. Otherwise, fine condition.

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Born: February 11, 1914 in Tain, Highland, Scotland, United Kingdom
Died: November 26, 1980 in London, England, United Kingdom

Film Credits
1980 Armchair Thriller (Performer), 1977 Murder Most English: A Flaxborough Chronicle (Performer), 1976 The Expert (Performer), 1975 Barlow (Performer), 1974 Father Brown (Performer), 1973 ITV Sunday Night Theatre (Performer), 1972 Spy Trap (Performer), 1971 Trial (Performer), 1971 Out of the Unknown (Performer), 1971 Justice (Performer), 1970 Dr. Finlay's Casebook (Performer), 1969 Softly Softly (Performer), 1965 The Scales of Justice (Performer), 1964-1974 Dixon of Dock Green (Performer), 1964 The Barnstormers (Performer), 1964 Ring of Treason (Performer), 1964 Delayed Flight (Performer), 1963-1967 Z Cars (Performer), 1963 The Plane Makers (Performer), 1962 The Fur Collar (Performer), 1962 Stranglehold (Performer), 1961 The Pursuers (Performer), 1960-1963 No Hiding Place (Performer), 1959 Private Investigator (Performer), 1959 Ben-Hur (Performer), 1957 The Adventures of Sir Lancelot (Performer), 1957 ITV Television Playhouse (Performer), 1953/I The Affair at Assino (Performer), 1953 The Steel Key (Performer), 1953 Mr. Beamish Goes South (Performer), 1953 Deadly Nightshade (Performer), 1952 Too Many Detectives (Performer), 1952 Potter of the Yard (Performer), 1952 Operation Diplomat (Performer), 1952 I'm a Stranger (Performer), 1951 Sherlock Holmes: The Man Who Disappeared (Performer), 1951 Happy Go Lovely (Performer), 1950 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (Performer), 1948 Bonnie Prince Charlie (Performer), 1947 Night Beat (Performer), 1947 Mr. Gladstone (Performer), 1937 The Jar (Performer)

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