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Leslie Arliss

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Also Known As: Leslie Andrews Died: December 30, 1987
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Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: director, critic, screenwriter, journalist

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Leslie Arliss worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Arliss received his start directing films, including work on "The Night Has Eyes" (1942) with James Mason and the drama "The Man in Gray" (1943) with Phyllis Calvert. In the forties and the fifties, Arliss directed the Margaret Lockwood adventure "The Wicked Lady" (1945) and "Saints and Sinners" (1949). Later in his career, Arliss wrote "The Invisible Man" (CBS, 1958-1961). Arliss passed away in December 1987 at the age of 86.

Leslie Arliss worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Arliss received his start directing films, including work on "The Night Has Eyes" (1942) with James Mason and the drama "The Man in Gray" (1943) with Phyllis Calvert. In the forties and the fifties, Arliss directed the Margaret Lockwood adventure "The Wicked Lady" (1945) and "Saints and Sinners" (1949). Later in his career, Arliss wrote "The Invisible Man" (CBS, 1958-1961). Arliss passed away in December 1987 at the age of 86.

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DIRECTOR:

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  Man in Gray, The (1983) Director
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  Woman's Angle, The (1952) Director
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  Saints and Sinners (1949) Director
4.
  Bonnie Prince Charlie (1948) Director () Directo) (Uncredited)
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  Man About the House, A (1947) Director
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  The Wicked Lady (1945) Director
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  Love Story (1944) Director
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  Night Has Eyes, The (1942) Director

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1932:
First screenplay as co-writer
1941:
Film directing debut

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father:
George Arliss.
mother:
Florence Montgomery Arliss.

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