|Other names||Donald Robert Ivar Campbell|
|Years active||1932 - 1938|
Born in New Zealand when his father was there approx. 1892-1910. He married Sheila Milligan on 14 July 1934 at Littleton Church, near Shepperton. In 1939 he was a farmer in Devon, living with his wife, Sheila (a film scenario writer) and widowed mother Beatrice. In 1950 he appears to own a fishing boat. In 1960, Campbell and his wife purchased Tiverton Castle in Devon which was inherited by his nephew, Angus, in 1985.  Sheila Campbell is credited as a writer on Belles of St Clements, Feather Your Nest and Expert Opinion.
- Reunion (1932)
- Song of the Plough (1933)
- The Wishbone (1933)
- Paris Plane (1933)
- Doss House (1933)
- She Was Only a Village Maiden (1933)
- The Diplomatic Lover (1934)
- Designing Women (1934)
- The Mad Hatters (1935)
- The Belles of St. Clements (1936)
- Grand Finale (1936)
- Feather Your Nest (1937)
- Captain's Orders (1937)
- Too Many Husbands (1938)
- "marriage announcement Northampton Mercury 6 July 1934". 6 July 1934. Retrieved 5 Sep 2016 – via findmypast.com.
- "1939 Register". Retrieved 5 Sep 2016 – via findmypast.com.
- "Western Morning News". Findmypast.com. 20 Jan 1950. Retrieved 5 Sep 2016.
- "Sheila Campbell". IMDb. Retrieved 2016-09-05.
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