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Leslie Goodwins

Film director

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Leslie Goodwins Men Against the Sky Leslie Goodwins director Nathanael West

17 September 1899 (
London, England

Film director, screenwriter

January 8, 1969, Hollywood, California, United States

The Mummy's Curse, Mexican Spitfire, Genius at Work, They Met in Argentina, Paris Follies of 1956

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Here Comes a Sailor (1928, Leslie Goodwins)

Leslie Goodwins (17 September 1899 – 8 January 1969) was an English film director and screenwriter. He directed nearly 100 films between 1926 and 1967. His 1936 film Dummy Ache was nominated for an Academy Award in 1936 for Best Short Subject (Two-Reel). His 1937 film Should Wives Work? was also nominated for an Academy Award in the same category. He was born in London, England and he died in Hollywood, California.


Leslie Goodwins Men Against the Sky Leslie Goodwins director Nathanael West

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Partial filmography

  • Dummy Ache (1936) short subject
  • Deep South (1937) short subject
  • Should Wives Work? (1937) short subject
  • The Devil Diamond (1937)
  • The Girl from Mexico (1939), and seven other "Mexican Spitfire" movies with Lupe Velez through 1943
  • Way Down South (1939) co-director
  • Men Against the Sky (1940)
  • Let's Make Music (1941)
  • Parachute Battalion (1941)
  • Rookies in Burma (1943)
  • Ladies' Day (1943)
  • The Mummy's Curse (1944)
  • Murder in the Blue Room (1944)
  • Vacation in Reno (1946)
  • Dragnet (1947)
  • The Lone Wolf in London (1947)
  • Fireman Save My Child (1954)
  • Paris Follies of 1956 (1955)
  • References

    Leslie Goodwins Wikipedia

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