Leslie Banks

Biography

Leslie Banks, CBE (9 June 1890 – 21 April 1952) was an English theatre and cinema actor, director and producer, now best remembered playing gruff, menacing characters in black and white movies of the 1930s and 1940s.

20 titles Acting

7.0

Madeleine

1950 · James Smith

6.3

Your Witness

1950 · Col. Roger Summerfield

7.4

The Small Back Room

1949 · Col. A. K. Holland

7.3

Henry V The Chronicle History of King Henry the Fifth with His Battell Fought at Agincourt in France

1944 · Chorus

5.5

The Big Blockade

1942 · Taylor

7.6

Went the Day Well?

1942 · Oliver Wilsford

6.8

Cottage to Let

1941 · John Barrington

5.9

Ships with Wings

1941 · Vice Adm. David Wetherby

6.3

Busman's Honeymoon

1940 · Inspector Kirk

6.2

21 Days Together

1940 · Keith Durrant

7.8

Dead Man's Shoes

1940 · Roger de Vetheuil

5.4

Neutral Port

1940 · George Carter

5.8

The Door with Seven Locks

1940 · Dr. Manetta

6.3

The Arsenal Stadium Mystery

1939 · Anthony Slade

6.4

Sons of the Sea

1939 · Capt. Hyde

6.3

Jamaica Inn

1939 · Joss Merlyn

6.6

Fire Over England

1937 · The Earl of Leicester

5.7

Farewell Again

1937 · Col. Harry Blair

5.9

Wings of the Morning

1937 · Lord Clontarf

Debt of Honour

1936 · Maj. Jimmie Stanton

7.7

Three Maxims

1936 · Mac

6.2

The Tunnel

1935 · Frederick 'Robbie' Robbins

6.2

The Night of the Party

1935 · Sir John Holland

5.6

Sanders of the River

1935 · Commissioner R.G. Sanders

5.8

The Fire Raisers

1934 · Jim Bronton

6.0

Red Ensign

1934 · David Barr

6.9

The Man Who Knew Too Much

1934 · Bob Lawrence

7.3

I Am Suzanne!

1933 · Adolpe 'Baron' Herring

7.2

The Most Dangerous Game

1932 · Count Zaroff