Lee Bowman


Actor
Lee Bowman

About

Birth Place
Cincinnati, Ohio
Born
December 28, 1914
Died
December 25, 1979

Photos & Videos

The Impatient Years - Lobby Cards
The Impatient Years - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman - Publicity Stills

Biography

Filmography

 

Cast (Feature Film)

Youngblood Hawke (1964)
Jason Prince
There's a Girl in My Heart (1950)
Terrence
House by the River (1950)
John Byrne
My Dream Is Yours (1949)
Gary Mitchell
Smash Up--The Story of a Woman (1947)
Ken Conway
The Walls Came Tumbling Down (1946)
Gilbert Archer
Tonight and Every Night (1945)
Paul Lundy
She Wouldn't Say Yes (1945)
Michael Kent
Up in Mabel's Room (1944)
Arthur Weldon
The Impatient Years (1944)
Andy Anderson
Cover Girl (1944)
Noel Wheaton
Bataan (1943)
Capt. Henry Lassiter
Kid Glove Killer (1942)
Gerald I. Ladimer
Pacific Rendezvous (1942)
Lieutenant Bill Gordon
Three Hearts for Julia (1942)
David Torrance
Tish (1942)
Charlie Sands
We Were Dancing (1942)
Hubert Tyler
Buck Privates (1941)
Randolph Parker III
Design for Scandal (1941)
Walter Caldwell
Married Bachelor (1941)
Eric Santley
Model Wife (1941)
Ralph [Vivian] Benson
Washington Melodrama (1941)
Ronnie Colton
Gold Rush Maisie (1940)
Bill Anders
Florian (1940)
[Archduke] Oliver
Third Finger, Left Hand (1940)
Philip Booth
Wyoming (1940)
Sergeant Connelly
Miracles for Sale (1939)
[Mrs.] La Claire
Dancing Co-Ed (1939)
Freddy Tobin
Society Lawyer (1939)
Phil Siddall
The Lady and the Mob (1939)
Fred Leonard
Stronger Than Desire (1939)
Michael McLain
Fast and Furious (1939)
Mike Stevens
The Great Victor Herbert (1939)
Dr. Richard Moore
Love Affair (1939)
Kenneth Bradley
The First Hundred Years (1938)
George Wallace
Having Wonderful Time (1938)
[Maxwell] Buzzy [Pangwell]
Tarnished Angel (1938)
Paul Montgomery
Next Time I Marry (1938)
Count Georgi
A Man to Remember (1938)
Richard Marvel "Dick" Abbott
Easy Living (1937)
Clarence (1937)
Man in café
The Last Train from Madrid (1937)
Michael Balk
Internes Can't Take Money (1937)
Interne Weeks
This Way Please (1937)
Stu Randall
Sophie Lang Goes West (1937)
Eddie Rollyn
I Met Him in Paris (1937)
Berk Sutter

Life Events

1937

Film acting debut

Photo Collections

The Impatient Years - Lobby Cards
Here are several Lobby Cards from Columbia Pictures' The Impatient Years (1944). Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.
The Impatient Years - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
The Impatient Years - Behind-the-Scenes Photos
Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman - Publicity Stills
Here are a few stills taken to publicize Universal's Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman (1947), starring Susan Hayward and Lee Bowman. Publicity stills were specially-posed photos, usually taken off the set, for purposes of publicity or reference for promotional artwork.
A Man to Remember - Lobby Cards
Here are several Lobby Cards from RKO's A Man to Remember (1938). Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.

Videos

Movie Clip

Gold Rush Maisie (1940) - I Wanna Be Just Like You! Now all-in with the family of hard-luck dirt farmer turned gold prospector Bert (John F. Hamilton), Ann Sothern (title character) meets friend Elmo (Louis Mason), who boasts of success, then chats with admiring daughter Jubie (Virginia Weidler), in Gold Rush Maisie, 1940.
Gold Rush Maisie (1940) - What Kind Of A Town Is This? Third movie in the MGM series, this time the title character (Ann Sothern) has had a breakdown near an Arizona desert town, where, with some difficulty, she meets Lee Bowman as grumpy rancher Bill, who’s not much inclined to help, in Gold Rush Maisie, 1940, co-starring Virginia Weidler.
Kid Glove Killer, The (1942) - Lots Of People Are Called Your Honor First-time feature director Fred Zinnemann’s first scene, after several years making shorts for MGM, efficient framing as we meet the newly elected mayor (Samuel S. Hinds) and his adviser, lawyer Ladimer (Lee Bowman), then crime kingpin Matty (John Litel), in the programmer Kid Glove Killer, 1942.
Kid Glove Killer, The (1942) - She Hates Chemistry Director Fred Zinnemann introduces two of his three top-billed stars, Van Heflin as pathologist McKay and Marsha Hunt as his brainy beautiful assistant Jane, discussing the murder of the newly elected D-A, and visited by Jerry (Lee Bowman), who’s been appointed to prosecute, in Kid Glove Killer, 1942.
Smash Up -- The Story Of A Woman (1947) - Girls Do Get Married Agent Mike (Charles D. Brown) drops in on neurotic and suddenly retired night club singer Angie (Susan Hayward), who's happy to quit now that songwriter boyfriend Ken (Lee Bowman) is home from a failed gig, Eddie Albert his partner, early in Smash Up -- The Story Of A Woman, 1947.
Smash Up -- The Story Of A Woman (1947) - I'm So Glad You Like Him The specter of Marsha Hunt as executive assistant Martha grows, as agent Fred (Carleton Young) pushes up-and-coming composer Ken (Lee Bowman) and partner Steve (Eddie Albert) to get his ex-singer wife Angie (Susan Hayward) out in public, in Smash Up -- The Story Of A Woman, 1947.
My Dream Is Yours - Tic, Tic, Tic From one Harry Warren/Ralph Blane tune to another, radio singer Lee Bowman (dubbed by Hal Derwin) with the title song, S.Z. Sakall the sponsor, Doris Day (as "Martha") auditioning, Eve Arden observing, Jack Carson pitching, in Warner Bros.' My Dream Is Yours, 1949.
Third Finger, Left Hand - Open, Margot Opening credits and first scene introducing fashion editor Margot (Myrna Loy) and lawyer Booth (Lee Bowman), criticizing her husband, whom he doesn't know is fictional, from Third Finger, Left Hand, 1940.

Bibliography