Harold French

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Harold French

Harold French was an English director, actor, screenwriter, and producer.

Harold French was born on April 23rd, in London, England, United Kingdom. His zodiac sign was Taurus.

He died on Sunday, October 19th, 1997 at the age of one hundred (100) in London, England, United Kingdom.

Harold French has directed movies such as Forbidden Cargo, released in 1954, Rob Roy, the Highland Rogue (1953), The Man Who Watched the Trains Go By (1952), Encore (1951), Trio (1950), and Adam and Evelyne (1949).

As an actor, Harold French acted in movies such as When London Sleeps, released in 1932 in which he plays Tommy Blythe, A Safe Proposition (1932) in which he portrays Reggie Holloway, The Hypocrites (1923) as Lennard Wilmore, The Girl in the Crowd (1935) as Bob.

As a screenwriter, Harold French has also worked on The Man Who Watched the Trains Go By, released in 1952.

Also a producer, Harold French has worked on movies such as Adam and Evelyne, released in 1949.

Filmography

1954

Forbidden Cargo
Directed by: H. French, starring J. Warner, N. Patrick, E. Sellars, T. Morgan...

1953

Rob Roy, the Highland Rogue
Directed by: H. French, starring R. Todd, G. Johns, J. Robertson Justice, M. Gough...

1952

The Man Who Watched the Trains Go By
Directed by: H. French, starring C. Rains, M. Goring, M. Torén, F. Mayne...

1951

Encore
Directed by: H. French, P. Jackson, A. Pelissier, starring N. Patrick, R. Culver, A. Leggatt, C. Victor...

1950

Trio
Directed by: K. Annakin, H. French, starring J. Hayter, K. Harrison, F. Aylmer, L. Morris...

1949

Adam and Evelyne
Directed by: H. French, starring S. Granger, J. Simmons, E. Styles, R. Young...

1946

Quiet Weekend
Directed by: H. French, starring D. Farr, F. Cellier, M. Fielding, G. Thorpe...

1944

Mr. Emmanuel
Directed by: H. French, starring F. Aylmer, G. Gynt, W. Rilla, P. Mullins...

1942

Unpublished Story
Directed by: H. French, starring R. Greene, V. Hobson, B. Radford, R. Culver...

The Day Will Dawn
Directed by: H. French, starring H. Williams, D. Kerr, R. Richardson, F. L. Sullivan...

 

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