Stanley Logan

Stanley Logan (born Stanley William Maurice Logan; June 12, 1885 – January 30, 1953)[1] was an English actor, screen writer, theatre director and film director.

Stanley Logan
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Logan c.1930
Stanley William Maurice Logan

(1885-06-12)June 12, 1885
DiedJanuary 30, 1953(1953-01-30) (aged 67)
OccupationActor, film director
Years active1918–1952
Spouse(s)Alice E. Hirst
(his death)


Stanley Logan was born on June 12, 1885 in Earlsfield, Greater London, England as Stanley William Maurice Logan. He died on January 30, 1953 in New York City.

During his life, Logan was married twice: first with Alice E. Hirst and later to vaudeville stage actress Odette Myrtil.[2]


Stanley Logan (right) with Priscilla Lane and Wayne Morris in Love, Honor and Behave (1938)
Year Title Role Notes
1918 What Would a Gentleman Do? Dickie Hook
1919 As He Was Born Felix Delaney
1937 First Lady Director
1938 Love, Honor and Behave Director
1938 Women Are Like That Director
1939 We Are Not Alone Sir Guy Lockhead
1940 My Son, My Son! The Colonel
1940 Escape to Glory Captain James P. Hollister
1940 Women in War Col. Starr
1940 Arise, My Love Col. Tubbs-Brown
1940 South of Suez Prosecutor
1941 Singapore Woman Commissioner
1942 Counter-Espionage Sir Stafford Hart
1942 Nightmare Inspector Robbins
1942 The Falcon's Brother Director
1943 Two Tickets to London Nettleton Uncredited
1943 The Return of the Vampire Col. Mosley Uncredited
1943 Around the World Commanding Officer Uncredited
1943 The Spider Woman Robert Uncredited
1943 Higher and Higher Mr. Henry Uncredited
1944 Wilson Robert Lansing, Secretary of State
1946 Three Strangers 'Major' George Alfred Beach Uncredited
1946 Home Sweet Homicide Mr. Cherrington Uncredited
1948 The Challenge Inspector McIver
1949 Sword in the Desert Col. Bruce Evans
1949 That Forsyte Woman Swithin Forsyte
1950 Young Daniel Boone Col. Benson
1951 Pride of Maryland Sir Thomas Asbury
1951 Tarzan's Peril Governor Uncredited
1951 Double Crossbones Lord Montrose
1951 The Law and the Lady Sir Roland Epping Uncredited
1952 5 Fingers Member of Parliament Uncredited
1952 With a Song in My Heart British Diplomat Uncredited
1952 Les Misérables Judge Uncredited
1952 The Prisoner of Zenda Lord Topham Uncredited, (final film role)


  1. ^ "Stanley Logan - Biography". imdb.
  2. ^ "Former Broadway Star Dies". Reading Eagle. 20 November 1978.

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