John Williams

Biography

John Williams (15 April 1903 – 5 May 1983) was an English stage, film and television actor. He is remembered for his role as chief inspector Hubbard in Alfred Hitchcock's Dial M For Murder, and as portraying the second "Mr. French" on TV's Family Affair.

23 titles Acting

6.1

Hot Lead & Cold Feet

1978 · Mansfield

6.5

No Deposit, No Return

1976 · Jameson

6.4

The Secret War of Harry Frigg

1968 · Gen. Francis Mayhew

5.6

A Flea In Her Ear

1968 · Dr. Finache

5.2

Double Trouble

1967 · Gerald Waverly

4.5

The Last of the Secret Agents?

1966 · J. Fredrick Duval

6.3

Dear Brigitte

1965 · Peregrine Upjohn

6.8

Midnight Lace

1960 · Inspector Byrnes

7.4

The Young Philadelphians

1959 · Gilbert Dickinson

7.1

Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?

1957 · Irving La Salle Jr.

8.4

Witness for the Prosecution

1957 · Brogan-Moore

6.2

Island in the Sun

1957 · Colonel Whittingham

6.0

D-Day the Sixth of June

1956 · Brig. Russell

7.6

The Solid Gold Cadillac

1956 · John T. 'Jack' Blessington

7.5

To Catch a Thief

1955 · H. H. Hughson

8.2

Dial M for Murder

1954 · Chief Inspector Hubbard

7.7

Sabrina

1954 · Thomas Fairchild

6.7

The Student Prince

1954 · Lutz

6.5

Thunder in the East

1952 · General Sir Henry Harrison

7.0

Kind Lady

1951 · Mr. Foster

6.3

The Lady and the Bandit

1951 · Archbald Puffin

6.8

A Woman's Vengeance

1948 · Prosecuting Counsel

6.9

The Goose Steps Out

1942 · Maj. Bishop

6.8

The Foreman Went to France

1942 · 'English' Army Captain

6.9

Emil and the Detective

1935 · Emil Blake