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Reginald Owen

Reginald Owen

Birthdate: August 5, 1887

Deathdate: November 5, 1972

?From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Reginald Owen (5 August 1887 – 5 November 1972), an English character actor. He was known for his many roles in British and American movies and later in television programs. Description above from the Wikipedia article Reginald Owen, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia ...detailed bio


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Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971)

During the 1940 London Blitz, a family of three siblings, Charlie, Carrie and Paul Rawlins, are evacuated to the small village of Pepperinge Eye. There, they are placed in the care of Eglantine Price, who reluctantly accepts the trio into her home. The children learn that Miss Price is an apprent...

Mary Poppins (1964)

In 1910, Bert (Dick Van Dyke), a Cockney jack-of-all-trades is performing as a one-man band at a park entrance. The spectators watching him include: Ms. Persimmon (Marjorie Eaton), Miss Lark (Marjorie Bennett) and Mrs. Corry (Alma Lawton). He suddenly senses that his good friend is about to retur...

The Thrill of It All (1963)

The story centers around suburban housewife Beverly Boyer (Doris Day) and her husband, a successful obstetrician and devoted family man, Gerald (James Garner). Beverly is offered the opportunity to star in a television commercial advertising soap. After a shaky start, she gets a contract for $80,...

Tammy and the Doctor (1963)

Mrs. Call requires surgery in Los Angeles and is accompanied there by her young companion Tammy, who lands a job with the nursing staff. Tammy is attracted to handsome Dr. Mark Cheswick, whose superior Dr. Bentley and head nurse Rachel Coleman aren't sure that romance is a good idea.

Five Weeks in a Balloon (1962)

The film opens with a theme song performed by The Brothers Four and a colorful animation of hot air balloons, with artwork reminiscent of the Montgolfier balloons. The theme song is later performed by Fabian twice during the film. The film then shows the flight of the balloon Jupiter invented by ...

Moochie of the Little League: A Diamond Is a Boy's Best Friend (1959)

In the first episode of Walt Disney's two-part miniseries Moochie of the Little League, young Montgomery "Moochie" Morgan (Kevin Corcoran) spends his summer mornings delivering papers and his afternoons as a member of the Bobcats Little League team. Because of his diminutive size, he has spent mo...

Kim (1950)

Kim (Dean Stockwell), an orphan boy in 1885 India during the British Raj, works at times for his friend Mahbub Ali (Errol Flynn), a roguish horse trader who is also a secret agent for the British. Mahbub Ali becomes aware of a Russian-backed plot to instigate a rebellion. Meanwhile, Kim encounter...

The Miniver Story (1950)

The story, told partly in flashback and narrated by Clem Miniver, commences on VE Day as Clem and Judy return home from war service and Toby returns from a foster family in America. Judy, a corporal driver, is loved by Tom Foley, a captain in the Royal Engineers, but she is besotted with a gener...

The Secret Garden (1949)

When tempestuous Mary Lennox (Margaret O'Brien), born in India to wealthy parents, is orphaned by a cholera epidemic, she is sent to live with her reclusive and embittered Uncle Archibald Craven (Herbert Marshall) and her ill-behaved, bedridden cousin Colin (Dean Stockwell) at their desolate and ...

Julia Misbehaves (1948)

In 1936 London, mature showgirl Julia Packett (Greer Garson) leads a precarious life. She pretends to be contemplating suicide in order to finagle some money out of a male friend in order to pay her bills. Then, she receives a wedding invitation from her daughter Susan (Elizabeth Taylor). As a yo...

The Three Musketeers (1948)

D'Artagnan (Gene Kelly), an inexperienced Gascon youth, travels to Paris to join the elite King's Musketeers. On his way, he encounters a mysterious lady at a roadside inn. When he picks a fight with one of her escorts, she becomes suspicious and has him knocked unconscious. His letter of introdu...

The Pirate (1948)

Manuela Alva (Judy Garland), who lives in the small Caribbean village of Calvados, dreams of being swept away by the legendary Pirate, Mack "the Black" Macoco. However, her aunt and uncle (who have raised her) insist that she marry the town mayor, the rotund and bullying Don Pedro (Walter Slezak)...

Green Dolphin Street (1947)

In the 1840s, two sisters fall in love with the same man. While drunk, the man writes a letter proposing marriage to the wrong one.

Monsieur Beaucaire (1946)

Monsieur Beaucaire is a 1946 comedy film starring Bob Hope as the title character, the barber of King Louis XV of France. It is loosely based on the novel of the same name by Booth Tarkington. It is a remake of the 1924 Rudolph Valentino silent film of the same name Monsieur Beaucaire.

The Diary of a Chambermaid (1946)

The story picks up in the rural parts of France in 1885. The french chambermaid Celestine (Paulette Goddard) has grown tired of her position in life. When she arrives at her new position in Lanlaires, another French rural home, she makes a promise to herself, that in order to move up she will mar...

Cluny Brown (1946)

Amateur plumber Cluny Brown gets sent off by her uncle to work as a servant at an English country estate..

Captain Kidd (1945)

In 1699, William Kidd (Charles Laughton), a ruthless pirate who has recently captured the ship The Twelve Apostles and killed its crew, presents himself at the court of King William III (Henry Daniell) as an honest shipmaster seeking royal backing. With this backing, he recruits a crew from the i...

The Valley of Decision (1945)

The Valley of Decision (1945) is a film set in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA in the late 19th century. It tells the story of a young Irish house maid who falls in love with the son of her employer, a local steel mill owner. The romance between Paul and Mary is endangered when Mary's family and fr...

The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945)

Dorian Gray (Hurd Hatfield) is a handsome, wealthy young man living in 19th century London. While generally intelligent, he is naive and easily manipulated. These faults lead to his spiral into sin and, ultimately, misery. While posing for a painting by his friend Basil Hallward (Lowell Gilmore)...