Braban performed regularly in West End plays, and also occasionally on Broadway. From 1920 he began appearing in silent films made by the leading British studios Stoll Pictures and the Ideal Film Company. Braban played the Chief Inspector in Alfred Hitchcock's Blackmail (1929) and thereafter often portrayed policemen or other official figures of authority on screen. One of his final roles was that of the Victorian Prime Minister Lord Salisbury in the 1938 film Sixty Glorious Years.
- The Prey of the Dragon (1921)
- The Yellow Claw (1921) - Gaston Max
- Gwyneth of the Welsh Hills (1921) - Gwylim Rhys
- The Prince and the Beggarmaid (1921) - King Hildred
- Shirley (1922) - Nunnally
- Bentley's Conscience (1922) - Richard Glym
- Man and His Kingdom (1922)
- Diana of the Crossways (1922) - Rodworth
- The Loves of Mary, Queen of Scots (1923) - Ruthven
- The Romany (1923)
- The Great Well (1924)
- A Girl of London (1925)
- Blackmail (1929)
- Alibi (1931) - Insp. Davis
- The Girl in the Night (1931)
- The Callbox Mystery (1932)
- Easy Money (1934)
- The Path of Glory (1934)
- Boomerang (1934)
- Bulldog Jack (1935)
- Keep Your Seats, Please (1936)
- Darby and Joan (1937)
- Thank Evans (1938)
- Sixty Glorious Years (1938)
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