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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


National Velvet (1944)

National Velvet is the story of a twelve-year old girl, Velvet Brown (Elizabeth Taylor), in Sewels, Sussex, England, who wins a spirited gelding in a raffle and trains him for the Grand National steeplechase aided by her father's (Donald Crisp) hired hand: a young drifter, Mi Taylor (Mickey Roone...

The Canterville Ghost (1944)

In the seventeenth century, Sir Simon de Canterville (Charles Laughton) is forced by the Code of Chivalry to engage in a duel on behalf of his brother, but flees to the family castle when his opponent is substituted for by a giant (played by an uncredited Tor Johnson). His proud father, Lord Cant...

Above Suspicion (1943)

Frances and Richard Myles (Joan Crawford and Fred MacMurray) are newlyweds honeymooning in Europe on the eve of World War II. Unexpectedly, they find themselves commissioned by the British secret service to secure the plans for a new secret weapon masterminded by the Nazis (involving magnetic min...

Woman of the Year (1942)

Sam Craig (Spencer Tracy) and Tess Harding (Katharine Hepburn) are journalists for the same New York newspaper in the early 1940s. Tess, the daughter of a diplomat (Minor Watson), is an internationally inclined political affairs columnist, a polyglot educated in various prestigious European unive...

Somewhere I'll Find You (1942)

In World War II, two brothers feud over a beauty whom they both have fallen in love with.

Mrs. Miniver (1942)

Mrs. Kay Miniver (Greer Garson) and her family live a comfortable life at a house called "Starlings" in a village outside London. The house has a large garden, with a private landing stage on the river Thames, and a motorboat. Her husband Clem (Walter Pidgeon) is a successful architect. They have...

Reunion in France (1942)

1940 in Paris, Michele de la Becque (Joan Crawford) is a career woman in love with industrial designer Robert Cortot (Philip Dorn). Together they enjoy a luxurious lifestyle unfazed by the approach of World War II. Michele discovers her lover is socializing with Nazi officers and his plants are m...

Random Harvest (1942)

"John Smith" (Ronald Colman) is a British officer who was gassed and became shellshocked in the trenches during the First World War. He is confined to an asylum as an unidentified inmate because he has lost his memory and has trouble speaking. When the war ends, jubilation erupts in the nearby to...

Tarzan's Secret Treasure (1941)

An expedition team arrives on Tarzan's escarpment. By chance, the two villainous members Medford (Tom Conway) and Vandermeer (Philip Dorn) find out that there is plenty of gold on the escarpment. They kidnap Jane and Boy in order to make Tarzan show them the location of the gold. Soon the group i...

A Woman's Face (1941)

Set in Sweden, the film is shown in flashbacks in the course of a trial in which a young woman with a half-hidden face, Anna Holm, is charged with murder. The events, as described by the witnesses, begin years before when aristocrat Torsten Barring hosts a party at a tavern. The guests include Ve...

Charley's Aunt (1941)

Charley's Aunt is a 1941 film directed by Archie Mayo. It stars Jack Benny and Kay Francis.

The Real Glory (1939)

In 1906, Alipang (Tetsu Komai) and his Muslim Moro guerrillas are terrorizing the people of the Philippine island of Mindanao, raiding villages, killing the men, and carrying off the women and children for slaves. Instead of maintaining garrisons indefinitely to protect the Filipinos, the U.S. ar...

Kidnapped (1938)

In the late eighteenth century David Balfour's evil uncle arranges for him to be kidnapped and sent to sea where he meets exiled Alan Breck. The two make their way back to Scotland and justice.

A Christmas Carol (1938)

A Christmas Carol is a 1938 American film adaptation of Charles Dickens's novelette A Christmas Carol, where Ebenezer Scrooge (Reginald Owen), an elderly miser, learns the error of his ways on Christmas Eve, when he reflects on his past, present and future collectively, whereupon the mean old mis...

Everybody Sing (1938)

Young Judy Bellaire (Judy Garland) has trouble fitting in at school, causing trouble by introducing her jazzy style into music class and being expelled as a result. Returning home to her dysfunctional and financially challenged family, where her playwright father, actress mother, and beautiful e...

Conquest (1937)

After a brief informal meeting two months earlier when they were impressed with each other, Countess Marie Walewska (Greta Garbo) formally meets Napoleon Bonaparte (Charles Boyer) at a ball in Warsaw. When Napoleon notes her husband, Count Walewski (Henry Stephenson), is three times her age, and ...

Madame X (1937)

A woman is thrown out of her home by her jealous husband. Twenty years later, she finds herself accused of murder for saving her son, who does not know who she is as he was raised without her. He finds himself defending her without knowing her background.

Love on the Run (1936)

Rival London-based American newspaper correspondents Michael Anthony and Barnabas Pells flip a coin to determine who will cover which of two boring assignments. Mike gets the story about millionairess Sally Parker's wedding to fortune-seeking Prince Igor, while Barney takes an interview with avia...

Rose-Marie (1936)


The Great Ziegfeld (1936)

The son of a highly respected music professor, Florenz "Flo" Ziegfeld, Jr. (William Powell) yearns to make his mark in show business. He begins by promoting Eugen Sandow (Nat Pendleton), the "world's strongest man", at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, overcoming the competition of rival Billings (F...