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|Born||Walter George Campbell
8 August 1865
Tottenham, London UK
|Died||15 December 1945
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Years active||1912 - 1937|
Arnold Lucy was a British actor claimed to have performed on the fabled London West End stage over 1,200 times before making his early film debut in the early 1910s during the Golden Era of the Hollywood system. He is known for his role as the professor Kantorek in All Quiet on the Western Front.
He was the youngest of the six sons of architect and surveyor Donald Campbell (1830-1900) and his wife Lucy Elizabeth(née Speak; 1828-1922) of Church Lane, Hornfield Lodge, Tottenham. They married in 1853. Their youngest child and only daughter, Rose Lucy, was born in 1871.
- The Ghost Talks (1929 silent)
- Merely Mary Ann (1931)
- Loyalties (1933)
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