Stanley Logan


Biography

Stanley Logan was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Logan started his acting career landing roles in such films as the Frank Muni crime feature "We Are Not Alone" (1939), the Elsie Janis drama "Women in War" (1940) and "Counter-Espionage" (1942). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the Diana Barrymore spy picture "Nightmare" (1942), "Higher an...

Biography

Stanley Logan was an actor who had a successful Hollywood career. Logan started his acting career landing roles in such films as the Frank Muni crime feature "We Are Not Alone" (1939), the Elsie Janis drama "Women in War" (1940) and "Counter-Espionage" (1942). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the Diana Barrymore spy picture "Nightmare" (1942), "Higher and Higher" (1943) with Michèle Morgan and the Alexander Knox biopic "Wilson" (1945). Film continued to be his passion as he played roles in "Home, Sweet Homicide" (1946), the drama "Three Strangers" (1946) with Sydney Greenstreet and the dramatic period piece "Sword in the Desert" (1949) with Dana Andrews. He also appeared in "Double Crossbones" (1950). Logan last acted in "With a Song in My Heart" (1952) with Susan Hayward. Logan passed away in January 1953 at the age of 68.

Filmography

 

Director (Feature Film)

The Falcon's Brother (1942)
Director
My Son, My Son! (1940)
Dialogue Director
The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939)
Dialogue Director
Women Are Like That (1938)
Director
Love, Honor and Behave (1938)
Director
Suez (1938)
Dialogue Director
First Lady (1937)
Director
Another Dawn (1937)
Dialogue Director
Stolen Holiday (1937)
Dialogue Director
Confession (1937)
Dialogue Director
The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936)
Dialogue Director
The White Angel (1936)
Dialogue Director
The Woman in Red (1935)
Dialogue Director
Captain Blood (1935)
Dialogue Director
A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935)
Dialogue Director
Dr. Socrates (1935)
Dialogue Director
Circus Clown (1934)
Dialogue Director
The Secret Bride (1934)
Dialogue Director
Fashions of 1934 (1934)
Dialogue Director
The St. Louis Kid (1934)
Dialogue Director
Twenty Million Sweethearts (1934)
Dialogue Director
Female (1933)
Dialogue Director
The Silk Express (1933)
Dialogue Director
Havana Widows (1933)
Dialogue Director
Goodbye Again (1933)
Dialogue Director
Ex-Lady (1933)
Dialogue Director
Lawyer Man (1933)
Associate Director
Girl Missing (1933)
Dialogue Director
20,000 Years in Sing Sing (1932)
Assistant Director

Cast (Feature Film)

Les Miserables (1952)
Judge
5 Fingers (1952)
M.P.
With a Song in My Heart (1952)
Diplomat
The Prisoner of Zenda (1952)
British ambassador
Tarzan's Peril (1951)
Governor
Double Crossbones (1951)
Lord Montrose
Pride of Maryland (1951)
Sir Thomas Asbury
The Law and the Lady (1951)
Sir Roland Epping
Young Daniel Boone (1950)
Col. Benson
That Forsyte Woman (1949)
Swithin Forsyte
Sword in the Desert (1949)
Colonel Bruce Evans
The Challenge (1948)
Inspector McIver
Home Sweet Homicide (1946)
Mr. Cherrington
Three Strangers (1946)
Major Beach
Wilson (1945)
Secretary Lansing
The Spider Woman (1944)
Robert
Around the World (1944)
Commanding officer
Two Tickets to London (1943)
Nettleton
Higher and Higher (1943)
Hotel manager
The Return of the Vampire (1943)
Col. Mosley
Counter-Espionage (1942)
Sir Stafford Hart
Nightmare (1942)
Inspector Robbins
The Loves of Edgar Allan Poe (1942)
Royster
Singapore Woman (1941)
Commissioner
Arise, My Love (1940)
Col. Tubbs-Brown
South of Suez (1940)
Prosecutor
Escape to Glory (1940)
Captain Hollister
Women in War (1940)
Colonel Starr
My Son, My Son! (1940)
The colonel
We Are Not Alone (1939)
Sir Guy Lockhead

Writer (Feature Film)

Men Are Such Fools (1938)
Contract Writer

Producer (Feature Film)

Knickerbocker Holiday (1944)
Associate Producer
Twin Beds (1942)
Associate Producer
The Corsican Brothers (1941)
Associate Producer
International Lady (1941)
Associate Producer

Cast (Short)

Unexpected Riches (1942)
Wedding Worries (1941)

Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Falcon's Brother, The (1942) - Consider Yourself Ignored After opening with a death on a cruise ship, the sort-of title character (George Sanders as Gay Lawrence) arrives with sidekick Lefty (Don Barclay) and tangles with cop Donovan (Cliff Clark), opening the fourth entry in the series, in which Sanders hands off the role to his brother Tom Conway, The Falcon’s Brother, 1942.
Falcon's Brother, The (1942) - A Touch Of Homicide Following a murder at a New York fashion house, George Sanders as Gay Lawrence, star of the RKO sleuth series, finally meets his brother, Tom Conway as Tom Lawrence, who’s been lurking but not heard from until now and who, for all we know, may have done the latest shooting, in The Falcon’s Brother, 1942.
Falcon's Brother, The (1942) - The Women Are Very Tall George Sanders as Gay Lawrence, star of RKO’s Falcon features, is recovering from being hit by a car, helped by his (real-life) brother Tom (Conway, who took over the series after this entry) and servant Jerry (Keye Luke),who together brush back cop Donovan (Cliff Clark), dismiss a nurse (Mary Halsey) and dodge a reporter (Jane Randolph), in The Falcon’s Brother, 1942.
Wilson (1944) - What They're Dying For May, 1915 and the RMS Lusitania is sunk off Ireland, news spreads of Americans lost (Sir Cedric Hardwicke as Senator Lodge among the infuriated) finally to the cabinet of President Wilson (Alexander Knox), who offers stirring words, in producer Darryl F. Zanuck's hagiographic Wilson, 1944.

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