Lewis Lord Russell - Roles - Film

Film

  • The Naked Hills (1956) as Baxter
  • The King's Thief (1955) as Gentleman
  • "Adventures of Superman: Five Minutes to Doom" TV episode as W.T. Wayne (1 episode, 1953) / also titled Superman (Australia)
  • Sangaree (1953) as Capt. Bronson
  • Against All Flags (1952) as Oxford
  • Miserables, Les (1952) as Waiter
  • "China Smith: Shanghai Clipper" (????) TV episode as Lord Radcliffe (1 episode)
  • "Front Page Detective: Seven Seas to Danger" TV episode as Dr. Oscar Grandell (1 episode, 1952)
  • Corky of Gasoline Alley (1951) as Hull / also titled Corky of Gasoline Alley (UK)
  • When the Redskins Rode (1951) as Gov. Dinwiddie
  • The Underworld Story (1950) as Calvin
  • Kiss the Blood Off My Hands (1948) as Tom Widgery / also titled Blood on My Hands (UK)
  • My Dog Rusty (1948) as Mayor Fulderwilder
  • The Prince of Thieves (1948) as Sir Fitz-Alwin
  • I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now (1947) as T.J. Milford
  • The Trouble with Women (1947) as Dr. Wilmer Dawson
  • Jewels of Brandenburg (1947) as Roger Hamilton
  • Backlash (1947)
  • Ladies' Man (1947) as David Harmon
  • Cross My Heart (1946) as Judge
  • Monsieur Beaucaire (1946) as Chief Justice
  • If I'm Lucky (1946) as P.H. Gillingwater
  • She Wrote the Book (1946)as George Dixon
  • A Night in Casablanca (1946), a Marx Bros. film, as Governor Galoux
  • One Way to Love (1946) as Roger Winthrop
  • She Wouldn't Say Yes (1945) as Colonel Brady
  • The Lost Weekend (1945) as Charles St. James
  • Hold That Blonde (1945) as Henry Carteret
  • You Came Along (1945) as Chairman
  • Molly and Me (1945) as Sir Arthur Burroughs
  • The Affairs of Susan (1945) as Mr. Cusp

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