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Lupino Lane’s height is 5ft 3in (1.6 m)

Lupino Lane was an English actor and theatre manager, and a member of the famous Lupino family. Lane started out as a child performer, known as ‘Little Nipper’, and went on to appear in a wide range of theatrical, music hall and film performances.

Lupino Lane

Best Known For Movie: Only Me
Born: June 16, 1892, London Borough of Hackney, United Kingdom
Filmography: Me and My Girl (1939), Rake’s Progress (1939), Me and My Girl (1939), Hot News (1936), Trust the Navy (1935), The Deputy Drummer (1935), Who’s Your Father (1935), A Southern Maid (1933), Never Trouble Trouble (1931), The Love Race (1931), No Lady (1931), The Yellow Mask (1930), Golden Dawn (1930), Bride of the Regiment (1930), Evolution of the Dance (1930), Crossed Swords (1929), The Show of Shows (1929), The Love Parade (1929), Purely Circumstantial (1929), Fire Proof (1929), Joyland (1929), Buying a Gun (1929), Battling Sisters (1929), Good Night Nurse (1929), Ship Mates (1929), Summer Saps (1929), Only Me (1929), Be My King (1928), His Private Life (1928), Fisticuffs (1928), Privates Beware (1928), Roaming Romeo (1928), Hectic Days (1928), Fandango (1928), Listen Sister (1928), Sword Points (1928), Hello Sailor (1927), Some Scout (1927), A Half-Pint Hero (1927), Monty of the Mounted (1927), Who’s Afraid? (1927), Naughty Boy (1927), Drama Deluxe (1927), Howdy Duke (1927), Movieland (1926), His Private Life (1926), Fool’s Luck (1926), Time Flies (1926), The Fighting Dude (1925), Maid in Morocco (1925), Isn’t Life Wonderful (1924), A Friendly Husband (1923), My Hero (1922), The Pirates (1922), The Reporter (1922), The Broker (1922), A Lot About a Lottery (1920), A Night Out and a Day In (1920), Clarence, Crooks and Chivalry (1919), A Dreamland Frolic (1919), His Busy Day (1918/I), His Salad Days (1918), Love and Lobster (1918), The Blunders of Mr. Butterbun: Trips and Tribunals (1918), The Blunders of Mr. Butterbun: Unexpected Treasure (1918), The Haunted Hotel (1918), Splash Me Nicely (1917), The Missing Link (1917), Hullo! Who’s Your Lady Friend? (1917), The Dummy (1916), A Wife in a Hurry (1916), Nipper’s Busy Bee Time (1916), Nipper and the Curate (1916), Nipper’s Busy Holiday (1915), His Cooling Courtship (1915), The Man in Possession (1915/I), Me and My Girl (1939), Trust the Navy (1935), The Deputy Drummer (1935), Who’s Your Father (1935), Letting in the Sunshine (1933), My Old Duchess (1933), Old Spanish Customers (1932), The Maid of the Mountains (1932), Why Saps Leave Home (1932), Never Trouble Trouble (1931), The Love Race (1931), Love Lies (1931), No Lady (1931), Purely Circumstantial (1929), Joyland (1929), Buying a Gun (1929), Battling Sisters (1929), Good Night Nurse (1929), Ship Mates (1929), Summer Saps (1929), Only Me (1929), Be My King (1928), Fisticuffs (1928), Privates Beware (1928), Roaming Romeo (1928), Hectic Days (1928), Crown Me (1928), Fandango (1928), A Zed & Two Noughts (1985), The Deputy Drummer (1935), Letting in the Sunshine (1933), Golden Dawn (1930), The Show of Shows (1929), The Love Parade (1929), Who’s Your Father (1935), Why Saps Leave Home (1932), Never Trouble Trouble (1931), A Half-Pint Hero (1927), Drama Deluxe (1927), Who’s Your Father (1935), The Maid of the Mountains (1932), No Lady (1931), Why? (1953), Music-Hall (1950), The Forgotten Films of Roscoe Fatty Arbuckle (2005), Slaphappy (2001), Mackenzie King and the Conscription Crisis (1991), Omnibus (1988), Remember the Lambeth Walk (1985), Turns (1982), Dusk (1962).
Other Names: Henry W. George
Astrological Sign: Gemini
Occupation: Film Actor
Died: November 10, 1959, London, United Kingdom
Spouse: Violet Blythe (m. 1917–1959)
Parents: Harry Charles Lupino
Children: Lauri Lupino Lane
Height: 5ft 3in (1.6 m)

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