Nascimento: 1880-11-25 · Conhecido(a) Por: Acting
Verifique na Amazon
Henry Francis Maltby (25 November 1880 – 25 October 1963) was a prolific writer for the London stage and British cinema from after the First World War, until the 1950s. He also appeared in many films.
Filmes e Séries de TV
Under Your Hat
In pre-Second World War England, a leading film star and his wife attempt to recover a secret carburetor stolen by enemy agents. Based on a popular stage musical starring Hulbert and Courtneidge, a h...
Return to Yesterday
Robert Maine is torn between returning to the glamour of Hollywood and working with a small theatre company in England.
O-Kay for Sound
Hyman Goldberger, the president of film studio Super-Colossal Pictures, is in trouble--his major backer is threatening to stop financing his pictures. He finds a group of six wealthy individuals who m...
It's Never Too Late to Mend
An evil prison administrator cruelly abuses the inmates at his prison, until one day the tables are turned.
Song of the Road
After the Local council he works for decides to replace its horse-drawn services with motor vehicles, one of the drivers spends his savings to buy the horse. Together they search the countryside looki...
The Ticket of Leave Man
A man is accused of a series of murders that were actually committed by a crazed killer called "The Tiger." He must prove his innocence and catch the murderer.
Jovem e Inocente
Suspeito de ter assassinado uma mulher, Robert Tisdall, foge e vai em busca do assassino real para provar sua inocência. Recebe ajuda da bela jovem Érika.
Paradise for Two
A chorus girl is mistaken for a millionaire's girlfriend.
Queen of Hearts
A woman prevents a popular stage performer getting arrested for drunk driving, though has to pretend to be a rich benefactor when she next meets him.
Calling the Tune
Calling the Tune offers a fascinating look at the fledgeling gramophone industry as it tries to solve the problems of reliable recording and production methods. 'I predict that the gramophone will be ...
Jack of All Trades
In this he's on the dole, hungry and ready to do any job but quickly light-heartedly scams his way into society and a highly regarded position at a bank next to the beleaguered Robertson Hare. Here he...
Everything Is Thunder
The story, starring Constance Bennett and Douglass Montgomery, involves a Canadian POW being hidden by a German citizen during World War I.
The Crimes of Stephen Hawke
The film begins in a BBC studio with the 100th edition of "In Town Tonight". Flotsam and Jetsom open with a "topical number". Then there is an interview with a distinguished actor, which dissolves int...
Where There's a Will
Will Hay plays the pennyless, bungling solicitor Benjamin Stubbins, who arrives at his office to find his insolent office boy (Graham Moffatt) with his feet up on the desk, reading a wild west magazin...
Lost In The Legion
Two ship's cooks get lost in the desert and unwittingly enroll in the Foreign Legion!
The Luck of a Sailor
In this romantic comedy, the king of Ruritania marries an impoverished commoner after he is exiled. Trouble shows up when the king must return to his country and marry an heiress. Fortunately, his fir...
Two Americans in England--a wealthy playboy and an actress--join forces to stop international spies.
Freedom of the Seas
George Smith, a mild-mannered clerk with a crush on his boss's daughter, is led astray by an old friend of his father. A midday sojourn to a public bar results in him insulting his boss, getting sacke...
Those Were the Days
A farce based on Arthur Wing Pinero's play 'The Magistrate' in which the son (John Mills) of a stern magistrate (Will Hay) visits a music hall against the wishes of his father. In true farcical style,...
A Political Party
A north-country chimney sweep standing for Parliament is opposed by a local bigwig. His campaign is imperiled when his artist son, Tony, falls in love with a girl who has reason to hope that the bigwi...
Text above from the Wikipedia article H.F. Maltby, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.