John Loder Movies List

John Loder
John Loder
03-01-1898
London, England, UK
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Actor John Loder Filmography

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Dishonored Lady
Dishonored Lady ( English )
Director: Robert Stevenson
Music Director: Carmen Dragon
Release date: 16-05-1947
Woman Who Came Back
Woman Who Came Back ( English )
Director: Walter Colmes
Release date: 13-12-1945
A Game of Death
A Game of Death ( English )
Director: Robert Wise , Doran Cox
Music Director: Paul Sawtell
Release date: 23-11-1945
Jealousy
Jealousy ( English )
Director: Gustav Machatý
Music Director: Hanns Eisler
Release date: 23-07-1945
The Brighton Strangler
Music Director: Leigh Harline
Release date: 10-05-1945
Abroad with Two Yanks
Abroad with Two Yanks ( English )
Director: Allan Dwan
Music Director: Lud Gluskin , John Leipold , Lucien Moraweck
Release date: 04-08-1944
Old Acquaintance
Old Acquaintance ( English )
Director: Vincent Sherman
Music Director: Franz Waxman
Release date: 27-11-1943
The Gorilla Man
The Gorilla Man ( English )
Artist: John Loder , Ruth Ford , Marian Hall , Richard Fraser , Paul Cavanagh
Director: D. Ross Lederman
Release date: 14-01-1943
Gentleman Jim
Gentleman Jim ( English )
Director: Raoul Walsh , Russell Saunders
Music Director: Heinz Roemheld , C.A. Riggs , Leo F. Forbstein , Ray Heindorf , Sam Perry
Release date: 14-11-1942
Now, Voyager
Now, Voyager ( English )
Director: Irving Rapper
Music Director: Max Steiner
Release Year: 1942
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John Loder Biography

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. John Loder (3 January 1898 — 26 December 1988) was a British-American actor. He was born William John Muir Lowe in London. His father was General W. H. M. Lowe, the British officer to whom Patrick Pearse, the leader of the Irish 1916 Rising in Dublin, surrendered. Both General Lowe and his son were present at the surrender of Pearse. He was educated at Eton and the Royal Military College and followed his father into the army, commissioned into 15th Hussars as a second lieutenant on 17 March 1915, and then serving in the Gallipoli Campaign and at one point being imprisoned by the Germans. Upon being released, he stayed in Germany to run a pickle factory and also began to develop an interest in acting, appearing in bit-parts in a few German films. He left Germany to briefly return to England and then headed to Hollywood to try his luck in the new medium, Talkies. He appeared in The Doctor's Secret, which was Paramount's first talking picture—though his very English persona didn't win America over at this time and he returned to England where he co-starred in plush musicals and intrigue such as Love Life and Laughter and Sabotage. He was the male romantic interest in the 1937 original film version of King Solomon's Mines. When World War II started he returned to America where he seamlessly coasted into a career in 'B' movie roles usually playing upper crust characters with occasional appearances on Broadway. He occasionally did play roles, though supporting ones, in major 'A' films such as How Green Was My Valley, in which he was at the same time one of Roddy McDowall's brothers and Donald Crisp's sons. In 1947 he became an American citizen, his last screen appearance was in 1971. In 1959 he became a naturalised citizen of the United Kingdom as he has been of "uncertain nationality". Description above from the Wikipedia article John Loder, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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