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Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police (March 29, 1939)

Leo G. Carroll
 

Released September 20, 1939: (running time 54 minutes) Bulldog Drummond is going to get married tomorrow in his ancestoral castle, unless a killer ruins the day.

Directed by James P. Hogan

The Actors: John Howard (Captain Hugh C. 'Bulldog' Drummond), Heather Angel (Phyllis Clavering), H.B. Warner (Colonel Nielson), Reginald Denny ('Algy' Longworth), E.E. Clive ('Tenny' Tennison), Elizabeth Patterson (Aunt Blanche), Leo G. Carroll (Henry Seaton, alias Albert Boulton), Forrester Harvey (Professor Downie), Clyde Cook (Constable Hawkins), David Clyde (Constable Jenkins), Neil Fitzgerald (the Rockingham Stationmaster), Elspeth Dudgeon (Mrs. Thomas the housekeeper), Jimmy Aubrey (passage workman), Oscar 'Dutch' Hendrian (moving man), J. Carrol Naish (archive footage in Bulldog's dream), Gerald Rogers (Police Sergeant Peters), Dick Rush (moving man), Wyndham Standing (the wedding Master of Ceremonies), David Thursby (passage workman), Harry Wilson (moving man).

 

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The Killer in the Castle

What noted actor appeared in the most number of Alfred Hitchcock movies? James Stewart appeared in four Hitchcock thrillers. Ingrid Bergman was in three. Grace Kelly starred in three. Cary Grant was in four, Joan Fontaine was in two, and Joseph Cotton was in only one. British born actor Leo G. Carroll appeared in six Alfred Hitchcock adventures between 1941 and 1959.

Named after Pope Leo XIII, Leo Gratten Carroll was born in Weedon Bec, Northamtonshire England in 1886. He discovered stage acting as a teenager, but when World War One began he joined the British infantry, fighting in France, Greece, and Palestine, where he was badly injured by an enemy bullet. By the time he had recovered from his injuries, the war was over and he began acting on stage again.

In this Bulldog Drummond Adventure, he is the killer in the castle. Bulldog Drummond has once again planned an elaborate wedding for his intended bride, played by Heather Angel, and once again that wedding will be postponed due to death and mystery. The wedding is to take place at Drummond’s ancestral castle, and a new butler hired for the weekend is played by Leo G. Carroll. He will bring death to the castle in his search for the King’s Treasure, hidden in a secret passage somewhere in the castle. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

E.E. Clive
E.E. Clive
E.E. Clive, Elizabeth Patterson
E.E. Clive, Elizabeth Patterson
E.E. Clive, John Howard
E.E. Clive, John Howard
Elizabeth Patterson
Elizabeth Patterson
Elizabeth Patterson, John Howard, Heather Angel
Elizabeth Patterson, John Howard, Heather Angel
Elspeth Dudgeon, Leo G. Carroll
Elspeth Dudgeon, Leo G. Carroll
Forrester Harvey
Forrester Harvey
Forrester Harvey, Neil Fitz
Forrester Harvey, Neil Fitz
Forrester Harvey
Forrester Harvey
H.B. Warner
H.B. Warner
H.B. Warner, Heather Angel
H.B. Warner, Heather Angel
H.B. Warner, John Howard
H.B. Warner, John Howard
Heather Angel, Elizabeth Patterson
Heather Angel, Elizabeth Patterson
Heather Angel, Elizabeth Patterson
Heather Angel, Elizabeth Patterson
Heather Angel, John Howard
Heather Angel, John Howard
John Howard
John Howard
John Howard, Heather Angel
John Howard, Heather Angel
Leo G. Carroll
Leo G. Carroll
Leo G. Carroll
Leo G. Carroll
Reginald Denny, E.E. Clive
Reginald Denny, E.E. Clive