Howard St. John

Howard St. John




Cast (Feature Film)

Don't Drink the Water (1969)
Ambassador Magee
Banning (1967)
J. Pallister Young
Matchless (1967)
General Shapiro
Strange Bedfellows (1965)
J. L. Stevens
Quick, Before It Melts (1965)
Harvey T. Sweigert
Sex and the Single Girl (1964)
George Randall
Fate Is the Hunter (1964)
Mark Hutchins
Strait-Jacket (1964)
Raymond Fields
Lafayette (1963)
George Washington
Madison Avenue (1962)
J. D. Jocelyn
Lover Come Back (1961)
Cry for Happy (1961)
Admiral Bennett
One, Two, Three (1961)
Sanctuary (1961)
Governor Drake
Li'l Abner (1959)
General Bullmoose
World in My Corner (1956)
Harry Cram
The Tender Trap (1955)
Mr. Sayers
I Died a Thousand Times (1955)
Doc Banton
Illegal (1955)
Art Smith
Three Coins in the Fountain (1954)
Stop, You're Killing Me (1953)
Commissioner Mahoney
Goodbye, My Fancy (1951)
Claude Griswold
Saturday's Hero (1951)
Close to My Heart (1951)
E. O. "Frosty" Frost
Strangers on a Train (1951)
Capt. Turley
Counterspy Meets Scotland Yard (1951)
David Harding
The Sun Sets at Dawn (1951)
The warden
The Big Night (1951)
Al Judge
Starlift (1951)
Steve Rogers
The Men (1950)
Ellen's father
711 Ocean Drive (1950)
Lt. Pete Wright
Mister 880 (1950)
David Harding, Counterspy (1950)
David Harding
Customs Agent (1950)
Charles Johnson
Born Yesterday (1950)
Jim Devery
The Undercover Man (1949)
Joseph S. Horan
Shockproof (1949)
Sam Brooks

Cast (Special)

An Apartment in Rome (1964)
Uncle Howard
The Patriots (1963)
Brief Encounter (1961)
Albert Godby
Gift of the Magi (1958)
Mr Spiegel
Meet Corliss Archer (1956)
Mr Pringle; Mildred'S Father
The Man Who Came to Dinner (1954)
Best Foot Forward (1954)
Dean Reeber

Life Events


Movie Clip

Big Night, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Make A Wish Downtrodden from the opening frame, still-teenaged John Barrymore Jr. as Georgie, bullied then consoled by bartender Flanagan (Howland Chamberlin) and his dad, Preston Foster, in The Big Night, 1951, screenplay by director Joseph Losey and Stanley Ellin, from his novel, with uncredited contributions from Ring Lardner Jr. and Hugo Butler.
Big Night, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Not That Kind Of Doctor Joseph Losey directs John Barrymore Jr. as teen Georgie, at a prize-fight, who doesn’t realize he got conned out of the money he got for his father’s ticket, counseled by Cooper (Philip Bourneuf), who bought the ticket, aiming to chase columnist Judge (Howard St. John) who beat up the father earlier that night, in The Big Night, 1951.
Shockproof (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Change Your Brand Of Men Nifty opening by director Douglas Sirk and co-screenwriters Helen Deutsch and Samuel Fuller, introducing female lead Patricia Knight, who joins her then-husband Cornel Wilde, who reveals the nature of their character's business, in Shockproof, 1949.
Strait-Jacket (1964) -- (Movie Clip) She's Dying To Meet You After an edgy return to family after serving 20-years, axe-murderess Lucy (Joan Crawford), with roast beef, brother and wife (Leif Erickson, Rochelle Hudson) and daughter Carol (Diane Baker), who witnessed her crime, getting ready to meet beau Michael (John Anthony Hayes), early in William Castle’s Strait-Jacket, 1964.
Shockproof (1949) -- (Movie Clip) Put That In Your Test Tube Parole officer Griff (Cornel Wilde) who, with parolee Jenny (Patricia Knight, also Mrs. Wilde), has just seen one of her peers commit suicide, sends her to a doctor (Ann Shoemaker) who isn't just a physician, Douglas Sirk directing the eavesdropping, early in Shockproof, 1949.
Stop, You're Killing Me -- (Movie Clip) Nut Like You At his Saratoga Springs estate, now-legit bootlegger Marko (Broderick Crawford) schmoozing the crooked "Commissioner"(Howard St. John), wife (Claire Trevor) helping, orphan-guest Donnie (Louis Lettieri) not, in Stop, You're Killing Me, 1953.
Born Yesterday (1950) -- (Movie Clip) No Rough Language Big-shot Harry (Broderick Crawford) summons girlfriend Billie (Judy Holliday) to sign another suspicious document, his tipsy D.C. lawyer Devery (Howard St. John) then offering social advice, in George Cukor's Born Yesterday, 1950.
One, Two, Three -- (Movie Clip) German Measles Coca-Cola exec MacNamara (James Cagney) does his routine with Schlemmer (Hanns Lothar) and the Berlin office staff, then has to cut a quick deal with secretary Ingeborg (Lilo Pulver), in Billy Wilder's anti-communist comedy One, Two, Three, 1961.