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Eliot Stannard (1888–1944)

Eliot Stannard was born on March 1, 1888 in Putney, London, England. He was a writer and director, known for The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927), The Laughing Cavalier (1917) and Profit and the Loss (1917). He was married to Patricia Bingham-Johns. He died on November 21, 1944 in Kensington, London. See full bio »

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 1933 To Brighton with Gladys (writer)
 1932 Above Rubies (Short)
 1931 Her Soldier Boy (Short)
 1931 A Safe Affair
 1929 The Hate Ship (scenario)
 1929 The American Prisoner (writer)
 1929 The Manxman (scenario)
 1928 Champagne (scenario)
 1928 Not Quite a Lady (writer)
 1928 Tommy Atkins (scenario)
 1928 The Vortex (writer)
 1928 The Farmer's Wife (adaptation)
 1928 Sailors Don't Care (writer)
 1927 Dilly and Dally (Short) (scenario)
 1927 Dora (Short) (scenario)
 1927 Dot and Carrie (Short) (scenario)
 1927 Motoring
 1927 Pop (Short) (scenario)
 1927 Broadcasting (Short)
 1927 Listening In (Short)
 1927 Osculation (Short)
 1927 Easy Virtue (scenario)
 1927 When Boys Leave Home (scenario)
 1927 White Heat
 1927 Blighty
 1927 The Locked Door (Short)
 1926 Home Construction (Short)
 1926 How I Began (Short)
 1926 The Clue of the Oak Leaf (Short)
 1926 The Copper Cylinder (Short)
 1926 The Curse of Ravenscroft (Short)
 1926 The Loud Speaker (Short)
 1926 The Moon Diamond (Short)
 1926 The River House Mystery (Short)
 1925 The Lady in Furs (Short)
 1925 The Lady in High Heels (Short)
 1925 The Lady in Jewels (Short)
 1925 The Lady in Lace (Short)
 1925 The Painted Lady (Short)
 1924 Love and Hate (Short)
 1924 The Happy Prisoner (Short)
 1924 Wanted, a Boy (Short)
 1923 Secret Mission (Short) (writer)
 1923 Shadow of Death (Short) (writer)
 1923 The Battle of Love (Short) (writer)
 1923 The Courage of Despair (Short) (writer)
 1923 The Fair Maid of Perth (writer)
 1923 The Last Stake (Short) (writer)
 1923 The Velvet Woman (Short) (writer)
 1923 Becket (writer)
 1923 Heartstrings (writer)
 1923 The Audacious Mr. Squire (writer)
 1923 Hutch Stirs 'em Up (writer)
 1923 A Christmas Carol (Short) (writer)
 1923 Curfew Must Not Ring Tonight (Short) (writer)
 1923 Falstaff the Tavern Knight (Short) (writer)
 1923 Love in an Attic (Short) (writer)
 1923 She Stoops to Conquer (Short) (writer)
 1923 The Bells (Short) (writer)
 1923 The Dream of Eugene Aram (Short) (writer)
 1923 The Mistletoe Bough (Short) (writer)
 1923/I The School for Scandal (Short)
 1923 The Sins of a Father (Short) (writer)
 1923 The Taming of the Shrew (Short) (writer)
 1923 The Test (Short) (writer)
 1923 Lucrezia Borgia; or, Plaything of Power (Short) (writer)
 1923 Simone Evrard; or, Deathless Devotion (Short) (writer)
 1923 The Harbour Lights (writer)
 1923 The Hypocrites (writer)
 1923 Through Fire and Water (writer)
 1923 Paddy the Next Best Thing (writer)
 1923 The Romany (writer)
 1922 An Affair of Honour (Short)
 1922 A Story of Nell Gwynne (Short)
 1922 Mary Queen of Scots (Short)
 1922 The Flight of the King (Short)
 1922 The Great Terror (Short)
 1922 The Last Crusade (Short)
 1922 The Last King of Wales (Short)
 1922 The Queen's Secret (Short)
 1922 The Story of Mary Robsart (Short)
 1922 The Threefold Tragedy (Short)
 1922 The Unwanted Bride (Short)
 1922 The Card
 1921 Dick's Fairy (script)
 1921 Squibs
 1921 Money
 1921 Handy Andy
 1921 Her Penalty
 1921 The Will
 1920 Torn Sails
 1920 The Twelve Pound Look (script)
 1920 Wuthering Heights (adaptation)
 1920 General Post
 1919 Patricia Brent, Spinster (writer)
 1919 The Starting Point (writer)
 1919 Dombey and Son (writer)
 1919 A Smart Set (writer)
 1919 The Artistic Temperament (writer)
 1919 Heart and Soul (writer)
 1919 Her Cross (writer)
 1919 The Toilers (writer)
 1918 Bonnie Mary (writer)
 1918 Nelson (writer)
 1918 Red Pottage (writer)
 1918 God and the Man (writer)
 1918 Goodbye (writer)
 1918 Hindle Wakes (writer)
 1917 Mary Girl
 1917 Tom Jones
 1917 Flames
 1917 Justice
 1917 The Woman Who Was Nothing (scenario)
 1917 Profit and the Loss (scenario)
 1916 The Blind Man of Verdun (Short) (story)
 1916 Fatal Fingers (scenario)
 1916 Jimmy (Short)
 1915 The Mystery of a Hansom Cab (scenario)
 1915 Grip (Short)
 1915 London's Yellow Peril (Short)
 1915 There's Good in Everyone (Short)
 1914 The Sound of Her Voice (Short)
 1914 The Courage of a Coward (Short)
 1914 The Bells of Rheims (Short)
 1914 The Price of Justice (Short) (scenario)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Ivor Novello and his musical, "The Rat," was performed at the Prince of Wales's Theatre in London, England with Ivor Novello, Isabel Jeans, W. Cronin Wilson, Dorothy Batley, Kathleen Grace, Jean Webster Brough, Nancy Pawley, and Hannah Jones in the cast.

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Alternate Names:

David Lestrange


Patricia Bingham-Johns

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His mother was Henrietta Eliza Vaughan Stannard (b. 1856), who became famous as a children's writer under the pen name "John Strange Winter", but who added to her reputation with many books of light fiction dealing with military life, as well as extensive journalism on matters affecting women. Her 1985 children's story "Bootles Baby" provided the nickname for her son. Her husband and Eliot's ... See more »



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