Leila Hyams

Leila Hyams




Cast (Feature Film)

Yellow Dust (1936)
Nellie Brian
Ruggles of Red Gap (1935)
Nell Kenner
$1,000 a Minute (1935)
Dorothy Summers
People Will Talk (1935)
Peggy Trask
Affairs of a Gentleman (1934)
Gladys Durland
No Ransom (1934)
Barbara Winfield
The Poor Rich (1934)
Grace Hunter
The Constant Woman (1933)
Sing Sinner Sing (1933)
Lela Larson
Saturday's Millions (1933)
Joan Chandler
Horseplay (1933)
Angelica Wayne
Freaks (1932)
The Big Broadcast (1932)
Anita Rogers
Island of Lost Souls (1932)
Ruth Thomas
Red-Headed Woman (1932)
Irene [Legendre]
Stepping Out (1931)
Eve [Martin]
The Phantom of Paris (1931)
Surrender (1931)
Men Call It Love (1931)
Connie [Mills]
Gentleman's Fate (1931)
Marjorie [Channing]
New Adventures of Get Rich Quick Wallingford (1931)
Dorothy [Layton]
Sweethearts and Wives (1930)
Angela Worthing
The Big House (1930)
Anne [Marlowe]
Part Time Wife (1930)
Mrs. Murdock [Betty Rogers]
Way Out West (1930)
The Girl Said No (1930)
Mary Howe
The Bishop Murder Case (1930)
Belle Dillard
The Flirting Widow (1930)
Hurricane (1930)
Mary Stevens
Way for a Sailor (1930)
Sins of the Children (1930)
Wonder of Women (1929)
The Far Call (1929)
Hilda Larsen
Masquerade (1929)
Sylvia Graeme
The Thirteenth Chair (1929)
Helen O'Neill
Alias Jimmy Valentine (1929)
The Idle Rich (1929)
Joan Thayer
Spite Marriage (1929)
Ethyle Norcrosse
A Girl in Every Port (1928)
The sailor's wife
Land of the Silver Fox (1928)
Marie du Fronque
The Branded Sombrero (1928)
Connie Marsh
The Crimson City (1928)
Nadine Howells
Honor Bound (1928)
Selma Ritchie
The Brute (1927)
Jennifer Duan
One-Round Hogan (1927)
Helen Davis
The Wizard (1927)
Anne Webster
White Pants Willie (1927)
Helen Charters
The Bush Leaguer (1927)
Alice Hobbs
Summer Bachelors (1926)
Willowdean French
The Kick-Off (1926)
Marilyn Spencer
Sandra (1924)
Mait Stanley

Cast (Short)

First Aid (1943)

Life Events


Movie Clip

Phantom Of Paris, The (1931) -- (Movie Clip) It's A Mischievous God Observing popular magician Cheri-Bibi (John Gilbert) and his hostess, socialite Cecile (Leila Hyams), with a dazzled guest (Tyrell Davis) are Ian Keith as her fiancè Touchais, whom her father has just disinherited, and Natalie Moorhead as Vera, who appears to be only a vile hanger-on, early in The Phantom Of Paris, 1931.
Phantom Of Paris, The (1931) -- (Movie Clip) I'd Rather Not Watch This From the top, we meet John Gilbert as the title character, a celebrated magician, from a Gaston Leroux serial novel (as was MGM’s The Phantom Of The Opera, 1925), Leila Hyams his admirer in the balcony, Louise Mackintosh her affronted companion, in The Phantom Of Paris, 1931, with Ian Keith, Jean Hersholt and Alfred Hickman.
Way For A Sailor (1930) -- (Movie Clip) That's What I Call Seafood Merchant sailors on leave in Singapore, John Gilbert as Jack and Jim Tully as Ginger and planning a scam to stretch their funds when they encounter their abusive crew boss “Tripod” (Wallace Beery) from the ship, in the middle of being fleeced by a pleasure-boat pimp (Sôjin Kamayama), in MGM’s Way For A Sailor, 1930.
Way For A Sailor (1930) -- (Movie Clip) You'd Drop Dead Ten Times A Day Back to London after a wild world-wide tour, sailor Jack (John Gilbert), with buddy Ginger (Jim Tully) remembers to take a run at pay clerk Joan (Leila Hyams, her first scene), though she’s not interested, early in MGM’s Way For A Sailor, 1930, also starring Wallace Beery.
Red-Headed Woman (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Husbands Just Love Being Surprised With May Robson as her Aunt Jane, the first appearance by Leila Hyams as Irene, wife of businessman Bill (Chester Morris), whom we know is this very minute being seduced by his brazen new office gal “Red” (Jean Harlow), leading to confrontation, in director Jack Conway’s Red-Headed Woman, 1932.
Island Of Lost Souls (1932) -- (Movie Clip) A Laughing Jackass Paul Hurst as Donahue has the unlucky assignment of escorting Ruth (Leila Hyams), come to find her fiancè Parker (Richard Arlen), on the south sea island where he’s been taken in by mad Dr. Moreau (Charles Laughton), knowing nothing as yet about his freaky man-beasts and “bio-anthropological research,” in Island Of Lost Souls, 1932.
Big House, The (1930) -- (Movie Cilp) First Time In Prison? Dramatic opening, featuring a model prison, into which Kent (Robert Mongtomery) is incarcerated in convincing manner, from MGM's The Big House , 1930, also starring Wallace Beery and Chester Morris.
Gentleman's Fate (1931) -- (Movie Clip) She Wants To Talk To Giacomo Having taken somewhat better than expected to the news that he’s not an orphan, and is part of a mob family, Jack, now called Giacomo (John Gilbert) with his brother (Louis Wolheim), takes a call from his rightly alarmed fianceè (Leila Hyams), in MGM’s Gentleman’s Fate, 1931.
Bishop Murder Case (1930) -- (Movie Clip) Insanity Of Tenderness Detective Philo Vance (Basil Rathbone) is getting to know erudite Arnesson (Roland Young) and his fianceè Belle (Leila Hyams), as he prepares to interview the servants after a New York society murder, in The Bishop Murder Case, 1930.
Bishop Murder Case (1930) -- (Movie Clip) Shot In A Vital Organ Director Nick Grinde certainly constrained by early-sound technology, detective Philo Vance (Basil Rathbone), with the DA (Clarence Geldert) takes on the cop (James Donlan) at a murder scene at a tony New York address, in MGM's The Bishop Murder Case, 1930.
Freaks (1932) -- (Movie Clip) We Do It In Every Town Performers Angelo (Rossitto) and Martha Morris chat, Rollo brother (Matt McHugh) visits "torso" Rairdon, Phroso (Wallace Ford) with Schlitze, Zip and Pip, then Koo Koo with Frances O'Connor, and Hans (Harry Earles) trampled by Cleopatra (Olga Baclanova), director Tod Browning exhibiting, in Freaks, 1932.



Phil Berg
Talent agent. Married 1927.