Reginald Owen

Biography

John Reginald Owen (5 August 1887 – 5 November 1972) was an English character actor. He was known for his many roles in British and American films and later in television programmes. The son of Joseph and Frances Owen, Reginald Owen studied at Sir Herbert Tree's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and ma...

103 titles Acting Writing

7.1

Bedknobs and Broomsticks

1971 · Gen. Teagler

7.0

Rosie!

1967 · Patrick

7.8

Mary Poppins

1964 · Admiral Boom

6.1

Tammy and the Doctor

1963 · Jason Tripp

7.0

The Thrill of It All

1963 · Old Tom Fraleigh

5.8

Five Weeks in a Balloon

1962 · Consul

5.9

The Great Diamond Robbery

1954 · Bainbridge Gibbons

6.2

Red Garters

1954 · Judge Wallace Winthrop

6.0

Grounds for Marriage

1951 · Dely Delacorte

6.5

The Miniver Story

1950 · Mr. Foley

6.6

Kim

1950 · Father Victor

7.5

The Secret Garden

1949 · Ben Weatherstaff

6.4

Challenge to Lassie

1949 · Sergeant Davie

6.8

Hills of Home

1948 · Hopps

7.2

The Three Musketeers

1948 · Treville

7.0

The Pirate

1948 · l'avocat

7.0

Julia Misbehaves

1948 · Benny Hawkins

6.9

Green Dolphin Street

1947 · Captain O'Hara

6.3

The Imperfect Lady

1947 · Mr. Hopkins

7.9

Thunder in the Valley

1947 · James Moore

6.3

If Winter Comes

1947 · Mr. Fortune

7.0

Monsieur Beaucaire

1946 · King Louis XV

7.6

Cluny Brown

1946 · Henry Carmel

6.7

The Diary of a Chambermaid

1946 · Captain Lanlaire

6.8

Piccadilly Incident

1946 · Judge

7.2

Kitty

1945 · Duke of Malmunster

7.4

The Valley of Decision

1945 · McCready

6.0

She Went to the Races

1945 · Dr. Pembroke

6.4

Captain Kidd

1945 · Cary Shadwell

6.2

The Sailor Takes a Wife

1945 · Mr. Amboy

7.0

The Canterville Ghost

1944 · Lord Canterville

7.4

National Velvet

1944 · Farmer Ede

6.4

Above Suspicion

1943 · Dr. Mespelbrunn

5.9

Three Hearts For Julia

1943 · John Girard

7.2

Madame Curie

1943 · Dr. Becquerel

6.7

Salute to the Marines

1943 · Mr. Henry Casper

6.5

Assignment in Brittany

1943 · Col. Trane

7.3

Forever and a Day

1943 · Simpson

8.0

Random Harvest

1942 · Biffer

7.3

Woman of the Year

1942 · Clayton

6.2

We Were Dancing

1942 · Maj. Tyler-Blane

6.3

Cairo

1942 · Philo Cobson

6.1

Reunion in France

1942 · Schultz

6.0

White Cargo

1942 · Skipper of the Congo Queen

6.1

Somewhere I'll Find You

1942 · Willie Manning

6.1

I Married an Angel

1942 · 'Whiskers'

7.6

Mrs. Miniver

1942 · Foley

6.6

They Met in Bombay

1941 · The General

5.7

Blonde Inspiration

1941 · Reginald Mason

7.0

Charley's Aunt

1941 · Redcliff

6.9

Tarzan's Secret Treasure

1941 · Professor Elliott

6.5

Lady Be Good

1941 · Max Milton

7.2

A Woman's Face

1941 · Bernard Dalvik

7.6

Florian

1940 · Emperor Franz Josef

6.0

Hullabaloo

1940 · 'Buzz' Foster

6.3

The Earl of Chicago

1940 · Gervase Gonwell

6.1

The Ghost Comes Home

1940 · Mortimer Hopkins, Sr.

6.9

Bad Little Angel

1939 · Edwards, Marvin's Valet

6.3

Fast and Loose

1939 · Vincent Charlton

5.6

Bridal Suite

1939 · Sir Horace Bragdon

5.9

Remember?

1939 · Mr. Bronson

7.2

Hotel Imperial

1939 · General Videnko

6.7

The Real Glory

1939 · Capt. Steve Hartley

6.3

Everybody Sing

1938 · Hillary Bellaire

7.5

A Christmas Carol

1938 · Ebenezer Scrooge

6.4

The Girl Downstairs

1938 · Charlie Grump

6.5

Three Loves Has Nancy

1938 · William, the Butler

6.8

Kidnapped

1938 · Capt. Hoseason

6.5

Vacation from Love

1938 · John Hodge Lawson

7.0

Paradise for Three

1938 · Johann Kesselhut

6.2

Rosalie

1937 · Chancellor

6.6

Personal Property

1937 · Claude Dabney

7.2

Madame X

1937 · Maurice Dourel

6.7

Conquest

1937 · Tallyrand

5.3

Dangerous Number

1937 · William

5.9

The Bride Wore Red

1937 · Admiral Monti

5.8

Love on the Run

1936 · Baron Otto Spandermann

6.8

The Great Ziegfeld

1936 · Sampston

6.6

Trouble for Two

1936 · President of Club

6.4

Petticoat Fever

1936 · Sir James Felton

7.1

Rose Marie

1936 · Myerson

6.6

The Girl on the Front Page

1936 · Archie Biddle

6.6

Adventure in Manhattan

1936 · Blackton Gregory

7.1

Yours for the Asking

1936 · Dictionary McKinney

7.8

A Tale of Two Cities

1935 · Stryver

6.6

The Bishop Misbehaves

1935 · Guy Waller

7.3

Escapade

1935 · Paul

7.1

Anna Karenina

1935 · Stiva

6.9

Call of the Wild

1935 · Mr. Smith

5.9

Enchanted April

1935 · Henry Arbuthnot

7.7

The Good Fairy

1935 · Detlaff

5.9

Stingaree

1934 · The Governor-General

6.1

Nana

1934 · Bordenave

7.0

Mandalay

1934 · Police Commissioner Col. Thomas Dawson

8.0

Music in the Air

1934 · Ernst Weber

6.8

The House of Rothschild

1934 · Herries

7.2

The Countess of Monte Cristo

1934 · The Baron

7.3

Of Human Bondage

1934 · Thorpe Athelny

5.9

Where Sinners Meet

1934 · Leonard

7.1

Here Is My Heart

1934 · Prince Vladimir / Vova

7.1

Fashions of 1934

1934 · Oscar Baroque

6.4

Madame Du Barry

1934 · King Louis XV

7.8

Queen Christina

1934 · Charles

6.9

Double Harness

1933 · Freeman

5.2

The Big Brain

1933 · Lord Darlington

6.3

The Narrow Corner

1933 · Mr. Frith

6.6

Voltaire

1933 · King Louis XV

5.7

A Study in Scarlet

1933 · Sherlock Holmes

7.7

Downstairs

1932 · Baron 'Nicky' von Burgen

5.5

Sherlock Holmes

1932 · Dr. Watson

6.1

The Man Called Back

1932 · Dr. Herbert Atkins

6.0

Lovers Courageous

1932 · Lord Jimmy

7.3

A Woman Commands

1932 · The Prime Minister

6.9

Platinum Blonde

1931 · Dexter Grayson

7.1

The Man in Possession

1931 · Claude Dabney

6.8

The Letter

1929 · Robert Crosbie

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5.7

A Study in Scarlet

1933 · Dialogue