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From the silent era through to the 50's, Colman won awards and accolades all along the way. Maybe the the finest combination of talent, looks, voice and accent that ever was. Such a beauty.

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Oh he of the Beautiful voice, A tale of two Cities, Lost Horizon, and many others , Ronald Coleman. Hollywood Or Bust, Hollywood Star, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Male Movie Stars, Classic Movie Stars, Classic Films, Ronald Colman, Gorgeous Guys

Das ist ein ganz gutes Bild um sich Larry vorzustellen, bevor er zu einem Saluki wurde .... (Ronald Colman)

The Definitive The Halls of Ivy Radio Program Log with biographies of Ronald Colman, Benita Hume, Herb Butterfield and Ken Carpenter. Ronald Colman, Harold Lloyd, Vintage Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Vintage Cars, Antique Cars, Buster Keaton, Dean, Jaguar E Type

The Definitive The Halls of Ivy Radio Log with Ronald Colman, Benita Hume, Herb Butterfield and Ken Carpenter

The Definitive The Halls of Ivy Radio Program Log with biographies of Ronald Colman, Benita Hume, Herb Butterfield and Ken Carpenter.

Ronald Colman in The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo Ronald Colman, 1940s Movies, Old Hollywood, Classic Hollywood, Classic Movie Stars, Good People, I Movie, The Man, Actors & Actresses

Ronald Colman

Ronald Colman in The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo (1935)

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Ronald Colman

German postcard by Ross Verlag, no. 2079/2, 1927-1928. Photo: United Artists. English gentleman-actor Ronald Colman (1891 - 1958) was a top box office draw in Hollywood films throughout the 1920’s, 1930’s and 1940’s. ‘The man with the velvet voice’ was nominated for four Academy awards. In 1948 he finally won the Oscar for his splendid portrayal of a tormented actor in A Double Life. Ronald Charles Colman was born in 1891 in Richmond, England. He was the son of silk importer Charles Colman…

Ronald Colman as Captain Alan Trent and Vilma Banky as Kitty Vane in the 1925 (lost) silent film The Dark Angel. Movie Reels, Movie Tv, Ronald Colman, Actors & Actresses, Hollywood Actresses, Silent Film, British Actors, Classic Hollywood, Good People

Ronald Colman as Captain Alan Trent and Vilma Banky as Kitty Vane in the 1925 (lost) silent film The Dark Angel.