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Leslie Dwyer

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A performer since the age of ten (his first major film role was in 1921's The Fifth Form at St. Dominic's), British actor Leslie Dwyer matured into an agreeable character player. His plump frame and jaunty cockney dialect were familiar ingredients to many films of the '40s and '50s. Dwyer could be seen in such internationally distributed British productions as In Which We Serve (1942), The Way Ahead (1944), Vacation from Marriage (1946), Laughter in Paradise (1951), the remake of Hitchcock's The 39 Steps (1959) and Die, Monster, Die (1966). When not before the cameras, Leslie Dwyer could be found at the cricket fields, either as player or enthusiastic spectator.

Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT BOX OFFICE YEAR
No Score Yet Hi De Hi
  • Actor
1988
No Score Yet Dominique (Avenging Spirit) (Dominique Is Dead)
  • Man
1979
No Score Yet Doctor Who - Carnival of Monsters
  • Actor
1973
No Score Yet Left Right and Centre
  • Alf Stoker
1959
No Score Yet Where There's A Will
  • Actor
1955
No Score Yet Marilyn (Roadhouse Girl)
  • George Saunders
1953
No Score Yet A Boy, a Girl and a Bike
  • Steve Hall
1949
No Score Yet Bad Lord Byron
  • Fletcher
1949
No Score Yet Temptation Harbour
  • Reg
1947
100% The Way Ahead (The Immortal Battalion)
  • Side Beck
1945
No Score Yet Lamp Still Burns
  • Siddons
1943
No Score Yet Wings and the Woman (They Flew Alone)
  • Actor
1942

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