Morland Graham was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Graham found his beginnings in film with roles in "Moscow Nights" (1935) with Walter Hudd and "Jamaica Inn" (1939) with Charles Laughton. Graham made film his next project, appearing in "Old Bill and Son" (1940), the thriller "Night Train to Munich" (1941) with Margaret Lockwood and the comedy adaptation "The Ghost Train" (1941) with Arthur Askey. Later in his career, Graham acted in the Laurence Olivier adaptation "Henry V" (1944). Graham passed away in April 1949 at the age of 58.