Carleton Hobbs

Carleton Hobbs (18 June 1898 ? 31 July 1978) was an English actor with many film, radio and television appearances. He portrayed Sherlock Holmes in 80 radio adaptations between 1952 and 1969, and also starred in the radio adaptation of Evelyn Waugh's Sword of Honour. ... more on Wikipedia

Carleton Hobbs Filmography

movie 1974 Alice in Label Land as Commentator
movie 1973 Dark Places as Old Marr
movie 1971 The House That Dripped Blood as Dr. Bailey
movie 1970 Perfect Friday as Elderly Peer
movie 1965 A King's Story as King George V
movie 1954 The Sea Shall Test Her
tv movie 1950 L'Arlésienne as Balthazar
movie 1948 Death in the Hand as Chairman
movie 1947 Souring of Milk as Himself - Narrator
movie 1945 Your Children's Ears as Himself - Commentator
movie 1945 Your Children's Teeth as Himself - Commentator
movie 1935 The 39 Steps as Fake Policeman #2
movie 1935 The Clairvoyant as Racing Commentator
movie 1934 Airport as Narrator

Carleton Hobbs on Youtube

The fourth of Henry Reed's radio features about the novelist Richard Shewin and the composeress Hilda Tablet. This one concentrates on the novelist's brother...

Here's a virtual movie of Rudyard Kipling reciting three of his best loved poems The Way through the Woods Cities & thrones & powers The Storm Cone A big ...

The first of Henry Reed's radio features about the novelist Richard Shewin and composeress Hilda Tablet, originally broadcast in 1953. This recording is of t...

Chris trained at the Oxford School of Drama and was a Carleton Hobbs Finalist. Accents include American-New York, American-Standard, Belfast, Birmingham, ...