John Clements

John Clements

  • Highest Rated: 100% The Four Feathers (1939)
  • Lowest Rated: 80% Rembrandt (1936)
  • Birthday: Apr 25, 1910
  • Birthplace: Not Available
  • One of the most distinguished and prolific actor/managers of the British stage, John Clements was surprisingly less successful in films. Clements' best-known movie role was as heroic coward Lt. Faversham in The Four Feathers (1939), one of several screen appearances under the aegis of producer Alexander Korda. In 1947, he served as writer, producer, and director of Call of the Blood. His last screen showing was a cameo role in Attenborough's Gandhi (1981). In 1968, he was knighted for his theatrical accomplishments. Sir John Clements was the husband of actress Kay Hammond.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

No Score Yet Reclaiming the Blade Actor 2008
86% Gandhi Advocate General 1982
No Score Yet I Remember Nelson Actor 1982
85% Oh! What A Lovely War Gen. von Moltke 1969
No Score Yet The Mind Benders Maj. Hall 1963
No Score Yet Silent Enemy The Admiral 1958
No Score Yet Train Of Events Raymond Hillary 1952
No Score Yet They Came to a City Joe Dinmore 1944
No Score Yet Candlelight in Algeria Screenwriter 1944
No Score Yet Undercover Milos Petrovitch 1943
No Score Yet At Dawn We Die (Tomorrow We Live) Actor 1943
No Score Yet This England John Rokeby 1941
No Score Yet Ships with Wings Lt. Dick Stacey 1941
No Score Yet Convoy Lieutenant Cranford 1940
100% The Four Feathers Harry Faversham 1939
No Score Yet South Riding Joe Astell 1938
No Score Yet Housemaster Actor 1938
No Score Yet Knight Without Armour Poushkoff 1937
80% Rembrandt Gavaert Flink 1936
93% Things to Come The Airman 1936
No Score Yet I Stand Condemned The Airman 1936

TV

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Year

No Score Yet Upstairs Downstairs
1971-1975
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