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Leslie Banks

Leslie Banks

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Also Known As: Died: April 21, 1952
Born: June 9, 1890 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: West Derby, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
Madeleine (1950)
A beautiful young woman stands trial for poisoning her lover.
2.
Eye Witness (1950)
Adam Hayward (Robert Montgomery), a successful New York City defense lawyer, receives a cable that the British war buddy who saved his life at Anzio Beach is now in trouble with the law in England. Taking the advice of his secretary to go to England rather than wire money, Adam arrives in his friend's village to find him about to stand trial for the murder of the hired stable-hand, Lawrence. Hayward learns that a witness exists who can testify that his friend, Baxter, shot Lawrence in self-defense. But the other witness is a woman who fled the scene and will not want to expose herself by coming forward. Though Hayward suspects Alex, the youthful war-widow daughter-in-law of Colonel Summerfield (himself a widower) he soon discovers that the mystery woman is the young and impressionable Sandy Summerfield, whom he must see to it is brought to the witness stand. As he is leaving the village to catch his plane, Hayward stops at Summerfield Manor to say goodbye. As he does so, he manages to bring father and daughter together. The film closes as Adam and Alex, deep in conversation, walk off into the garden.
3.
Chronicle History of King Henry the Fift with his Battell at Agincourt in France, The (1944)
Based on of the most popular historical plays by Shakespeare and made in order to boost moral of British troops during WW2, this movie is about English king Henry V and his military campaign in France in 1415.
4.
Henry V (1944) as Chorus
Shakespeare's tale of the warrior king who learns the meaning of heroism during a daring invasion of France.
5.
21 Days Together (1940) as Keith [Durrant]
After Larry Darrent accidentally kills his lover's blackmailing husband, someone else is arrested for the crime. When he is found guilty, Larry and Wanda have just three weeks together before he must give himself up or let an innocent man go to the gallows.
6.
Haunted Honeymoon (1940) as Inspector [Andrew] Kirk
7.
Jamaica Inn (1939) as Joss Merlyn
A young woman on the British coast stumbles onto a ring of bloodthirsty scavengers.
8.
Sons of the Sea (1939)
A brave captain pilots the first steamboat line between England and the U.S.
9.
Wings of the Morning (1937) as Lord Clontarf
When a young horse trainer falls for a Gypsy girl, it reignites an old family feud.
10.
Troopship (1937) as Colonel Harry Blair
11.
Fire over England (1937) as Leicester
A British spy infiltrates the Spanish court to thwart their planned invasion of England.
12.
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1935) as Bob Lawrence
A British family gets mixed up with spies and an assassination plot while vacationing in Switzerland.
13.
Transatlantic Tunnel (1935) as Robbie
Scientists and engineers join forces to build a tunnel beneath the Atlantic Ocean.
14.
Sanders of the River (1935) as [R. G.] Sanders
A British District Officer in Nigeria fights against gun-runners and slavers with the aid of a loyal native chief.
15.
Red Ensign (1934) as David Barr
David Barr is the manager and chief designer of a British shipyard (when we still built ships). The shipyard is in financial trouble but Barr has a design for a new ship that will save them all. Can he get the ship built in spite of the opposition from his own bankers as well as the rival shipbuilders and their infiltrated militants.
16.
Night of the Party, The (1934) as Sir John Holland
17.
Fire Raisers, The (1934) as Jim Bronson
Jim Bronson is an insurance investigator, but he's unhappy with his work and gets involved with a gang of arsonists. His conscience is troubling him ...
18.
I Am Suzanne! (1934) as Baron [Adolph Herring]
Tony Malatini, a puppeteer, at Paris' Theatre des Marionettes notices that his audience consists of only 7 people. He visits his successful competitor on the corner to see why people are drawn to it. After seeing Suzanne, the competitors popular dancer, Tony is mesmerized by her. He goes backstage to see her and asks her if he can make a puppet of her to use in his show. Over-hearing this, the Baron, Suzanne's controlling manager, castigates Suzanne threatening to set her free. Suzanne terrified of being on her own, begs the Baron to marry her and not to leave her. Tony comes during one of Suzanne's performances and begs her not to marry the Baron. Upset, Suzanne falls into the orchestra pit and injures herself to the extent that she won't dance again. Baron leaves Suzanne, but Tony with a doctor's help puts her through a vigorous exercise program. Tony also shows her how to be a puppeteer. Tony confesses to Suzanne that his true friends are his puppets. He picks up the puppet of Suzanne and tells her that he is in love with this puppet. Suzanne not realizing that he means her becomes confused. Together they put on a successful celebrity puppet show. During a celebration party, Tony decides he will propose marriage to her uniquely. He picks up the puppet of her and asks it to marry him. Suzanne becomes jealous and confused...
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20.
The Most Dangerous Game (1932) as [Count] Zaroff
A big game hunter decides to stalk human prey.

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