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Leslie Banks (I) (1890–1952)


Leslie Banks was born on June 9, 1890 in West Derby, England as Leslie James Banks. He was an actor, known for The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934), Henry V (1944) and The Most Dangerous Game (1932). He died on April 21, 1952 in London, England. See full bio »

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(age 61) in London, England, UK

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 1950 Madeleine
James Smith
 1950 Eye Witness
Col. Roger Summerfield
 1948 Jenny Villiers (TV Movie)
Martin Cheveril
 1944 Henry V
Chorus
 1942 Went the Day Well?
Oliver Wilsford
 1942 The Big Blockade
Civil Service: Taylor
 1941 Ships with Wings
Vice Adm. David Wetherby
 1940 Neutral Port
George Carter
 1940 Dead Man's Shoes
Roger de Vetheuil
 1939 Guide Dogs for the Blind (Short)
 1937 Troopship
Col. Harry Blair
 1937 Wings of the Morning
Lord Clontarf
 1936 The Show Goes On
Mac
 1936 Debt of Honour
Maj. Jimmie Stanton
 1935 Trans-Atlantic Tunnel
Frederick Robbins
 1933 I Am Suzanne!
Adolpe 'Baron' Herring
 1933 Strange Evidence
Francis Relf
 1921 Experience
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He acted in Arthur Wing Pinero's play, "The Second Mrs. Tanqueray", at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Eileen Herlie, Marie Ney, Basil Dignam, Ronald Ward and Robert Urquhart in the cast. Murray Macdonald was the director and Sir Cecil Beaton was the art director. See more »

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He suffered an injury in World War I that resulted in extensive scarring of one side of his face, and effectively disqualified him from many leading roles that required handsome actors. Banks made good use of his disability, however, presenting primarily the uninjured half of his face to the camera when playing kinder roles, and more of the scarred side when playing menacing characters. See more »

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