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Harry Fowler

Highest Rated:   100% Went the Day Well? (1942)
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Learning how to properly use his larynx and lungs while working as a London newsboy, British actor Harry Fowler entered radio in the early years of World War II, playing brash cockney kids. Fowler's film entree was the morale-boosting Salute John Citizen (1942), and within five years he was playing juvenile leads, notably the insouciant street kid in Hue and Cry (1947). Headlining in programmers while confined to supporting parts in major films, Fowler showed up in such productions as A Spot of Bother (1952), The Pickwick Papers (1953), Fire Maidens from Outer Space (1956) (as the standard sci-fi comedy relief), I Was Monty's Double (1958) and Lawrence of Arabia (1962). Sporting a moustache to qualify for grownup roles, Harry Fowler was a regular on the British TV comedy series The Army Game and Our Man at St. Mark's.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Chicago Joe and the Showgirl
  • Morry
1990
No Score Yet Doctor Who - Remembrance of the Daleks
  • Actor
1988
No Score Yet Sir Henry at Rawlinson End
  • Buller Bullethead
1980
83% Start The Revolution Without Me
  • Marcel
1970
No Score Yet Secrets of a Windmill Girl
  • Larry
1967
No Score Yet Doctor in Clover
  • Grafton
1966
91% The Nanny
  • Milkman
1965
No Score Yet Tomorrow At Ten
  • Smiley
1964
No Score Yet Crooks Anonymous
  • Woods
1963
97% Lawrence of Arabia
  • Cpl. Potter
1962
91% The Longest Day
  • British Paratrooper (uncredited)
1962
No Score Yet Flight From Singapore
  • Sgt. Brooks
1962
No Score Yet Idol on Parade (Idle on Parade)
  • Ron
1959
No Score Yet I Was Monty's Double
  • Actor
1958
No Score Yet Town on Trial
  • Actor
1957
No Score Yet Fire Maidens from Outer Space
  • Sydney Stanhope
1956
No Score Yet The Pickwick Papers
  • Sam Weller
1954
No Score Yet Fuss Over Feathers
  • Buster
1953
No Score Yet Angels One Five
  • Airman
1952
No Score Yet The Last Page (Man Bait)
  • Joe
1952
No Score Yet Madame Gambles
  • Actor
1951
No Score Yet Trio
  • [Sanatorium]
1950
No Score Yet Hue and Cry
  • Joe Kirby
1947
100% Went the Day Well?
  • George Truscott
1942
No Score Yet Lucky Jim
  • Taxi Driver
1909

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