Leslie Banks

Leslie Banks

  • Born on
    • June 9th, 1890
  • Died on
    • April 21st, 1952
Leslie Banks, CBE (9 June 1890 – 21 April 1952) was an English theatre and cinema actor, director and producer, now best remembered playing gruff, menacing characters in black and white movies of the 1930s and 1940s. Description above from the Wikipedia article Leslie Banks, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Starring Leslie Banks on Plex


Acting (16 Credits)

1950Madeleine as James Smith
1949Hour of Glory as Col. A. K. Holland
1945The True Glory as Commentator
1944Henry V as Chorus
1942Went the Day Well? as Oliver Wilsford
1941Bombsight Stolen as John Barrington
1940Chamber of Horrors as Dr. Manetta
194021 Days Together as Keith Durrant
1940Haunted Honeymoon as Inspector Kirk
1939The Arsenal Stadium Mystery as Anthony Slade
1939Jamaica Inn as Joss Merlyn
1937Fire Over England as The Earl of Leicester
1935Transatlantic Tunnel as Frederick 'Robbie' Robbins
1935Sanders of the River as Commissioner R.G. Sanders
1934The Man Who Knew Too Much as Bob Lawrence
1932The Most Dangerous Game as Count Zaroff


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