British Lions

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WALLACE, (Richard Horatio) Edgar (1875 - 1932), Chairman British Lion Film Corporation

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BOULTING, John Edward (1913 - 1985), film producer-director; Joint Managing Director, Charter Film Productions Ltd, since 1937; Director, British Lion Films Ltd, 1958–66; Managing Director, British Lion Films (Holdings) and subsidiaries, 1966–72

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HINDE, Sidney Langford (1863 - 1930), Chevalier l’ordre du Lion; late Capt. Belgian Colonial Service; Prov. Commissioner British E Africa Protectorate; entered Civil service (Foreign Office), 1895; transferred to Colonial Office, 1902; retired, 1915; Major RAMC, 1915–25 (medal)

Cayzer, Herbert Robin (1881 - 1958), Chairman: Union-Castle Mail Steamship Co. Ltd, Clan Line Steamers, Ltd, Cayzer, Irvine & Co. Ltd, Scottish Shire Line Ltd, Turnbull, Martin & Co. Ltd, B and SA Steam Navigation Co. Ltd, Houstons (London) Ltd, Greenock Dockyard Co. Ltd, British Ship Adoption Society, Caledonia Investments Ltd, Clanair Ltd, Clan Engineering Patents Ltd, Sea Lion Investments Ltd, Scottish Lion Ship Repairing and Engineering Co. Ltd, Scottish Tanker Co. Ltd; Scottish Lion Insurance Co. Ltd; Cayzer Trust Co.; Huntley & Cook Ltd; London American Maritime Trading Co. Ltd; Thompson Steam Shipping Co. (1954) Ltd; Hunting-Clan Air Holdings Ltd; Director: Suez Canal Co., London General Shipowners’ Association, English Coaling Co. Ltd, Steamship Owners’ Coal Assoc. Ltd, Ceylon Wharfage Co. Ltd, Thames Nautical Training Coll.; Governor, Commercial Bank of Scotland

BARCLAY, Thomas (1853 - 1941), barrister; member of honour, Institute of International Law; vice-president, International Law Association; member, Royal Academy of Jurisprudence of Spain; member, Académie Diplomatique Internationale; examiner in international public and private law to University of Oxford, 1900; president d’honneur des Amis de la Paix, Paris; Chairman of Council, Persia Society; President, British Chamber of Commerce in Paris, 1899–1900; Commander of the Legion of Honour; Knight of the Order of Leopold, Grand Officer of Order of the Lion and the Sun

VINTRAS, George Charles Louis Bartlett (1864 - 1934), Knight of the Légion d’Honneur; Knight-officer of the Lion and Sun of Persia; Knight Grand Cross of St John in Spain, Medal of Villaviciosa (Gold), and Cross of St John of Lateran; Medal of King Albert, Belgium; Director of the French Convalescent Home, Brighton, 1907–28; Consulting Physician French Hospital and Dispensary; Medical Officer to the John Howard Convalescent Home, Brighton; Member of the General Council of the Royal British Nurses’ Association; Commandant and Medical Officer in charge of the French Convalescent Home Auxiliary Military Hospital throughout the War


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A spin-off band from Mott The Hoople, the British Lions formed after Ian Hunter left that group in December 1974. Keyboard player Morgan Fisher (b. 1 January 1950, London, England) ...

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