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Francis de Wolff

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'''Francis de Wolff''' ([[January 7]], [[1913]] - [[April 18]], [[1984]]) was a British actor. He worked in many Hammer Horror films, though the movies in which he is credited along with Hammer hero [[Christopher Lee]] are not horror movies. De Wolff was, like Lee, often cast as an antagonist, and he voiced [[Smaug]] in the [[1968]] [[The Hobbit (1968 radio series)|radio series]] of ''[[The Hobbit]]''.  
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'''Francis de Wolff''' ([[January 7]], [[1913]] - [[April 18]], [[1984]]) was a British actor. He played in many Hammer Horror films, including ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051542/ Corridors of Blood]'', in which he played half of a comic duo (the other half was [[Christopher Lee]]). De Wolff was, like Lee, often cast as an antagonist, and he voiced [[Smaug]] in the [[1968]] [[The Hobbit (1968 radio series)|radio series]] of ''[[The Hobbit]]''.  
  
 
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Revision as of 15:14, 16 July 2008

Francis de Wolff (January 7, 1913 - April 18, 1984) was a British actor. He played in many Hammer Horror films, including Corridors of Blood, in which he played half of a comic duo (the other half was Christopher Lee). De Wolff was, like Lee, often cast as an antagonist, and he voiced Smaug in the 1968 radio series of The Hobbit.

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