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Swedish doom metallic group Count number Raven was shaped in 1989 by vocalist Christian Linderson, guitarist Dan Fondelius, bassist Tommy Erikkson and drummer Christer Pettersson. A 12 months later on, the group released its 1st recording, Storm Caution, for the Hellhound label. The recording received great evaluations from the Western metallic press, but Linderson remaining soon after to become listed on Saint Vitus. Fondelius became the frontman you start with 1992’s Damage from the Void. Third recording On top of Infinity appeared just one single year later, and the band required a three-year break before coming back in 1996 with Messiah of Misunderstandings.

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Full Name Count Raven
Music Songs High on Infinity, Leaving the Warzone, Hippies Triumph, Masters of All Evil, Mammons War, The Poltergeist, Children's Holocaust, Inam Naudemina, Destruction of the Void, A Devastating Age, The Madman From Waco, To Kill a Child, Within the Garden of Mirrors, Nashira, An Ordinary Loser, In the Name of Rock 'n' Roll, No Ones Hero, The Viking Sea, True Revelation, Ode to Rebecca, Let the Dead Bury the Dead, Lost World, Until Death Do Us Part, Sometimes a Great Nation, Wolfmoon, Increasing Deserts, The Loneliest One, Mountains Spirit, The Lie of Life, Magic Is..., To Love, Wherever You Are, The Divided World
Albums Messiah of Confusion, Storm Warning, Destruction of the Void, Mammons War, High on Infinity


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1 Acted on stage from 1902 and moved to the U.S. two years later. Was briefly stage manager for Charles Frohman and George Arliss, before embarking on a prolific Broadway career (1906-47) which lasted until his death.
2 Though his on-screen persona never seemed to vary much from that of, say, Ebenezer Scrooge, he was a very well-respected stage actor and director, with a particular fondness for the works of Henrik Ibsen. Digges enjoyed an enormously successful career as a Broadway actor and director (active there from 1906-1947) in addition to his work as a character actor in Hollywood.
3 Opposite the Sam Spade of Ricardo Cortez in The Maltese Falcon (1931), Warner Bros.' 1931 adaptation of Dashiell Hammett's novel, Digges portrayed "Kasper Guttman" - the role wonderfully reprised in Warners' 1941 version (The Maltese Falcon (1941)) by Sydney Greenstreet.


Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Searching Wind 1946 Moses
Son of Fury: The Story of Benjamin Blake 1942 Pratt
The Fight for Life 1940 Head Doctor
The Light That Failed 1939 The Nilghai
Raffles 1939 MacKenzie
Love Is News 1937 Cyrus Jeffrey
Valiant Is the Word for Carrie 1936 Dennis Ringrose
The General Died at Dawn 1936 Mr. Wu
The Unguarded Hour 1936 Metford
The Voice of Bugle Ann 1936 Jacob Terry
Three Live Ghosts 1936 Inspector Briggs
Kind Lady 1935 Mr. Edwards
Mutiny on the Bounty 1935 Bacchus
The Bishop Misbehaves 1935 'Red'
China Seas 1935 Dawson
A Notorious Gentleman 1935 Marleybone
I Am a Thief 1934 Col. Jackson
What Every Woman Knows 1934 James Wylie
Caravan 1934 Estate Administrator
The World Moves On 1934 Mr. Manning
Massacre 1934 Elihu P. Quissenberry
The Invisible Man 1933 Chief Detective
Fury of the Jungle 1933 'Doc' Parrish
The Emperor Jones 1933 Smithers
Before Dawn 1933 Horace Merrick
The Narrow Corner 1933 Doctor Saunders
The Mayor of Hell 1933 Thompson
The Silk Express 1933 Professor Axel Nyberg
The King's Vacation 1933 Count Raven - Lord Chamberlain
Tess of the Storm Country 1932 Captain Howland
The First Year 1932 Dr. Anderson
Roar of the Dragon 1932 Johnson
The Strange Case of Clara Deane 1932 Detective Garrison
The Hatchet Man 1932 Nog Hong Fah
The Ruling Voice 1931 Abner Sneed
Devotion 1931 Sergeant Coggins
Alexander Hamilton 1931 Senator Timothy Roberts
The Maltese Falcon 1931 Casper Gutman
Outward Bound 1930 Thompson - the Examiner (as Dudley Diggs)
Condemned! 1929 Jean Vidal

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Notorious Gentleman 1935 dialogue director
Condemned! 1929 dialogue director - uncredited

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Black Shadows on the Silver Screen 1975 TV Movie documentary Himself (uncredited)
The Jarvis Collection: Scotland Yard 1971 TV Movie documentary Inspector MacKenzie (uncredited)

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