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Erik Chitty’s height is 5ft 5in (1.65 m)

Erik Chitty, was an English film and television actor.

Erik Chitty

Best Known For Movie: Doctor Zhivago
Born: July 8, 1907, Dover, United Kingdom
Filmography: Midnight Is a Place (1977), A Bridge Too Far (1977), Raffles (1977), Jabberwocky (1977), Hazlitt in Love (1977), Doctor Who (1966-1976), The Seven-Per-Cent Solution (1976), The Goodies (1973-1976), The Dick Emery Show (1976), The Dick Emery Show (1976), The Bawdy Adventures of Tom Jones (1976), BBC Play of the Month (1969-1976), Happy Ever After (1976), The Basil Brush Show (1975), One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing (1975), Village Hall (1975), Churchill’s People (1975), Man About the House (1975), Not on Your Nellie (1975), The Venturers (1975), Dad’s Army (1970-1974), Great Expectations (1974), Billy Liar (1974), Fall of Eagles (1974), Crown Court (1974), The Flying Sorcerer (1973), Going Dutch (1973), Heil Caesar! (1973), Sykes (1973), Casanova ’73 (1973), Ooh La La! (1973), The Vault of Horror (1973), War & Peace (1973), The Amazing Mr. Blunden (1972), Lollipop (1972), Please Sir! (1968-1972), Please Sir! (1971), The Stalls of Barchester (1971), The Fenn Street Gang (1971), Shirley’s World (1971), The Statue (1971), Lust for a Vampire (1971), Mr Tumbleweed (1971), The Railway Children (1970), Play for Today (1970), Song of Norway (1970), ITV Sunday Night Theatre (1970), Wicked Women (1970), Doomwatch (1970), Lola (1970), A Nice Girl Like Me (1969), Arthur! Arthur! (1969), Strange Report (1969), A Handful of Thieves (1969), Never Mind the Quality, Feel the Width (1969), Pickwick (1969), Out of the Unknown (1965-1969), The Possessed (1969), The Root of All Evil? (1968), The £1,000,000 Bank Note (1968), Knock Three Times (1968), Detective (1968), Virgin of the Secret Service (1968), The Wednesday Play (1967), Bedazzled (1967), The Pilgrim’s Progress (1967), The World of Wooster (1967), Angel Pavement (1967), Casino Royale (1967), Thirty-Minute Theatre (1967), Adam Adamant Lives! (1967), Sword of Honour (1967), Theatre 625 (1964-1967), Ouch! (1967), King of the River (1966), Our Man at St. Mark’s (1966), A Farewell to Arms (1966), Doctor Zhivago (1965), Sherlock Holmes (1965), The Worker (1965), Secret Agent (1965), Thursday Theatre (1964), The Massingham Affair (1964), The Valiant Varneys (1964), The Horror of It All (1964), First Men in the Moon (1964), Sykes and A… (1964), ITV Play of the Week (1957-1964), Maupassant (1963), Bud (1963), No Hiding Place (1963), The Victorians (1963), Ghost Squad (1963), BBC Sunday-Night Play (1960-1963), Dixon of Dock Green (1957-1963), Drama 61-67 (1962), Follow That Man (1961), Emergency-Ward 10 (1960-1961), Echo Four Two (1961), Roommates (1961), Boyd Q.C. (1961), If the Crown Fits (1961), Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond (1961), The Arthur Askey Show (1961), Maigret (1960), The Strange World of Gurney Slade (1960), Not a Hope in Hell (1960), Arthur’s Treasured Volumes (1960), The Day They Robbed the Bank of England (1960), Zoo Baby (1960), ITV Television Playhouse (1958-1959), Saturday Playhouse (1959), BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950-1959), The Devil’s Disciple (1959), The Adventures of Brigadier Wellington-Bull (1959), Left Right and Centre (1959), Volpone (1959), William Tell (1959), The Last Chronicle of Barset (1959), Armchair Theatre (1957-1959), Fredric March Presents Tales from Dickens (1959), The Common Room (1958), Mister Charlesworth (1957), After the Ball (1957), Mr. Bowling Buys a Newspaper (1957), London Playhouse (1956), Rheingold Theatre (1953-1956), The Granville Melodramas (1955-1956), Windfall (1955), Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School (1955), Footsteps in the Fog (1955), The Stateless Man (1955), Raising a Riot (1955), The Three Musketeers (1954), Time Is My Enemy (1954), John Wesley (1954), There’s Always a Better Way: Views on Trial (1954), The Great Detective (1953), Your Favorite Story (1953), The Pickwick Papers (1953), Temple Folly (1952), Circle of Danger (1951), Captain Carvallo (1951), The Angel Who Pawned Her Harp (1951), Mr. Bowling Buys a Newspaper (1950), Assassin for Hire (1950), Chance of a Lifetime (1950), Eye Witness (1950), The Whole World Over (1950), The Ghost of Monsieur Tronjolly (1949), Myself a Stranger (1949), All Over the Town (1949), Forbidden (1949), Oliver Twist (1948), I Killed the Count (1948), Ridgeway’s Late Joys (1947), Alice in Wonderland (1946), Two Gentlemen of Soho (1946), Blackout (1940), The Day Is Gone (1939), The Advantages of Paternity (1939), Annajanska, the Bolshevik Empress (1939), Katharine and Petruchio (1939), The Unquiet Spirit (1939), The Tempest (1939), The White Chateau (1938), Cast Up by the Sea (1938), Julius Caesar (1938), The Rivals (1938), The Marvellous History of St. Bernard (1938), Henry IV (1938), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern (1938), James Simpson (1937), Pyramus and Thisbe (1937), Hokusai: An Animated Sketchbook (1978), This Is Your Life (1974), I Love a 1970′s Christmas (2000).
Other Names: Eric Chitty
Astrological Sign: Cancer
Occupation: Film Actor
Died: July 22, 1977, London Borough of Brent, London, United Kingdom
Education: Dover College
Height: 5ft 5in (1.65 m)

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