Robert Rendel (2 December 1884, in St Marys Abbots, London – 9 May 1944, in Marylebone, London) was a British actor of stage, screen, television and radio. His stage work included roles in the original Broadway productions of Somerset Maugham's The Circle in 1921, and Arnold Ridley's The Ghost Train in 1926. In 1935 he played the Duke of Marlborough in Norman Ginsbury's Viceroy Sarah. On film, he played Sherlock Holmes in the original sound version of The Hound of the Baskervilles in 1932.
- Slander (1916) as Harry Carson
- Her Night of Romance (1924) as Prince George
- The Hound of the Baskervilles (1932) as Sherlock Holmes
- Death at Broadcasting House (1934) as Sir Herbert Farquharson
- The Way of Youth (1934) as Sir Peter Marmon
- Borrow a Million (1934) as Struthers
- The Price of Wisdom (1935) as Alfred Blake
- Twice Branded (1936) as Charles Hamilton
- The Crimson Circle (1936) as Commissioner
- Fire Over England (1937) as Don Miguel
- The Dark Stairway (1938) as Dr. Fletcher
- The Lion Has Wings (1939) as Chief of Air Staff
- The Four Feathers (1939) as Colonel
- The Spy in Black (1939) as Admiral
- Sailors Three (1940) as British Captain
- The Second Mr. Bush (1940) (uncredited)
- "Robert Rendel". BFI.
- "Robert Rendel - Movies and Filmography". AllMovie. Retrieved 16 December 2017.
- "Robert Rendell - Theatricalia". theatricalia.com.
- "The Young in Heart'". The Radio Times (1004): 8. 25 December 1942 – via BBC Genome.
- League, The Broadway. "Robert Rendel – Broadway Cast & Staff - IBDB". www.ibdb.com.
- "The Hound of the Baskervilles (1932)".
Also noted Contract Bridge author: "How's Your Bridge" with Sydney Lenz. "That extra Trick" and "The squeeze at auction and Contract Bridge" Rendell adopted the term "squeeze" from baseball.
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