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Phillips, Leslie (I) Biography




biography of Phillips, Leslie (I)

Leslie Samuel Phillips
20 April 1924, Tottenham, London, England, UK
5' 8 1/2"
A much-loved comic actor who has specialized in playing plummy, quintessentially English stereotypes, Leslie Phillips' heart was in acting from a very young age. He received elocution lessons as a child in order to lose his natural cockney accent (at that time a regional British accent was a major impediment to an aspiring actor) and he attended the Italia Conti School. During the Second World War, he served with the Durham Light Infantry (1942-45) until he was invalided out suffering from shellshock. He returned to acting, and it was during the 1950s that he established himself as a notable player in British movies. His greatest claim to fame to this day are the "Doctor" series of movies, which he inherited from 'Dirk Bogarde' (qv). He also worked on radio, most notably 'The Navy Lark' for the BBC. In later life, he returned to playing supporting roles and even appeared in 'Steven Spielberg' (qv)'s _Empire of the Sun (1987)_ (qv). He continues to make cameo appearances in films and television and is a regular guest on British chat shows.
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-   'Angela Scoular' (qv) (1982 - 11 April 2011) (her death)

-   'Penelope Bartley' (qv) (1948 - 1965) (divorced); 4 children


-   Catchphrases "Helloooo" and "Ding dong!"


-   He was awarded the O.B.E. (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 1998 Queen's Birthday Honours List for his services to drama.

-   Supports Tottenham Hotspur Football Club

-   Worked on the BBC radio comedy The Navy Lark with other famous British comic actors 'Jon Pertwee' (qv) and 'Ronnie Barker' (qv).

-   His association with the catchphrase "Ding dong," said whenever he saw an attractive women, first started when he played Jack Bell in _Carry on Nurse (1959)_ (qv).

-   Friends with actors 'Denholm Elliott' (qv) and 'Jon Pertwee' (qv) for many years, both of whom, like Phillips, had homes in Ibiza.

-   His favourite actor is 'Kenneth Connor' (qv).

-   He was awarded the C.B.E. (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2008 Queen's New Years Honours List for his services to drama.

-   Father, with 'Penelope Bartley' (qv), of daughters Caroline Phillips and Claudia Phillips, and sons Roger Phillips and Andrew Phillips.


-   (1959-1977) Played Sub Lieutenant Phillips in the BBC radio sitcom "The Navy Lark".

-   Played Sir John Falstaff in the Royal Shakespeare Company's 1997 production of "The Merry Wives Of Windsor" at Stratford-Upon-Avon and London's Barbican Theatre. He costume on the BBC1 Saturday Night National Lottery Show and pressed the button to start the draw.

-   Winner of a special award at the London Evening Standard Film Awards 1997 for his career achievement.

-   Voice of "Colonel Dedshott" in radio adaptation of "The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawm" (BBC Radio 4, December 2001).

-   Stage successes in recent years include The Merry Wives Of Windsor with the Royal Shakespeare Company.

-   (1984) He acted in 'Peter Nichols (I)' (qv)' play, "Passion Play", at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England with 'Barry Foster (I)' (qv), 'Judy Parfitt' (qv), 'Zena Walker' (qv). Directed by 'Mike Ockrent' (qv).

-   (1975) He acted in 'Dimitri Frenkel Frank' (qv)'s play, "Roger's Last Stand", at the Duke of York's Theatre in London, England with 'Roy Kinnear' (qv), 'Elspet Gray' (qv) and 'Anna Dawson (I)' (qv) in the cast. 'Charles Ross (III)' (qv) was the director.

-   (1994) He acted in 'Julian Mitchell (I)' (qv)'s adaptation of 'Anton Chekhov' (qv)'s play, "August", based on his play, "Uncle Vanya", at the Clwyd Theater in Wales with 'Anthony Hopkins (I)' (qv), 'Gawn Grainger' (qv) and 'Hugh Lloyd' (qv) in the cast. 'Anthony Hopkins (I)' (qv) was also the director.

-   (1950) He acted in 'Philip King (I)' (qv)'s play, "On Monday Next...", at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with 'Henry Kendall' (qv), 'Olga Lindo' (qv) and 'Richard Goolden' (qv) in the cast.

-   (1953) He acted in 'Arthur Watkin' (qv)'s play, "For Better, For Worse", at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with 'Geraldine McEwan' (qv) in the cast. 'John Counsell (I)' (qv) was the director.

-   (1954) He acted in 'Robert de Flers' (qv), 'Gaston Arman de Cavaillet' (qv), and 'Etienne Rey' (qv)'s play, "Accounting for Love", at the Saville Theatre in London, England with 'Per Aabel (I)' (qv) and 'Mary Clare' (qv) in the cast.

-   (1955) He acted in 'Philip Mackie' (qv)'s play, "The Whole Truth", at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with 'Ernest Clark (I)' (qv), 'Faith Brook' (qv), 'Edward Jewesbury' (qv) and 'Ellen Blueth' (qv) in the cast.

-   (2008) Reprised Doctor Robert Knox in Big Finish's audio production "Doctor Who: Assassin in the Limelight".

-   (2004) Played Doctor Robert Knox in Big Finish's audio production "Doctor Who: Medicinal Purposes".

-   (2010) TV commercial for Nestl√© (New Recipe) Shreddies cereal.

-   (2000s) TV commercials for Iams cat food (voice)

-   (1971) Directed 'Terence Feely' (qv) and 'Brian Clemens' (qv)' TV spin-off play, "The Avengers" - at Birmingham Theatre (15th-24th July) then London's Prince of Wales Theatre for a three-week run from 2nd August - with 'Simon Oates' (qv), 'Sue Lloyd (I)' (qv), 'Kate O'Mara' (qv), 'Jeremy Lloyd (I)' (qv), 'Anthony Sharp' (qv), 'Julie Neubert' (qv), 'Wendy Hall (I)' (qv), 'John F. Landry' (qv), 'Mary Llewellin' (qv), 'Kenton Moore (I)' (qv), 'Paul McDowell (I)' (qv), 'Lisa Collings (I)' (qv), 'Gail Grainger' (qv), 'Sarah Kemp' (qv), 'Joanna Ross (I)' (qv), 'Kubi Chaza' (qv), 'Helen Gill (I)' (qv), 'Heather Kyd (I)' (qv), 'Derek Tansley' (qv) and 'Tim Buckland (I)' (qv) in the cast.

-   (1980) He acted in 'Ray Cooney' (qv) and 'John T. Chapman' (qv)'s play, "Not Now Darling", at the Savoy Theatre in London, England with 'Diana Coupland' (qv), 'Rona Anderson (I)' (qv), 'Derek Bond (I)' (qv), 'Ray Cooney' (qv) and 'Shaun Curry (I)' (qv) in the cast.

-   (1984) He acted in 'Peter Nichols (I)' (qv)' play, "Passion Play", at the Wyndham's Theatre in London, England with 'Barry Foster (I)' (qv), 'Judy Parfitt' (qv) and 'Zena Walker' (qv) in the cast. 'Mike Ockrent' (qv) was the director.

-   (1983) TV commercial for Black Tower German wine


-   Leslie Phillips. _Hello - The Autobiography._ London: Orion Books, 2006. ISBN 0752868896


-   She was a wonderful actress, absolutely wonderful. Beautiful! [On 'Hattie Jacques' (qv)]

-   Connor was the best of the whole lot, including me. [on 'Kenneth Connor' (qv) and his contribution to the Carry On films]

-   In a way you can't help being typecast to a certain amount, it means you're successful. [Reflecting on his career on receiving his award of CBE, 07 May 2008]


-   _Hattie (2011) (TV)_ (qv)


-   (December 2007) London W9, England


-   "Daily Mail Weekend" (UK), 24 January 2009, pg. 78, "Me and my school photo"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 26 May 2007, Vol. 333, Iss. 4337, pg. 65, "My First Big Break: Leslie Phillips"

-   "You Magazine" (UK), 28 January 2007, "In A Taxi With ..."

-   "The Chap" (UK), 2007, Iss. 35, by: Michael Attree, "Michael "Atters" Attree is finally granted an audience with the Great Bounder of yesteryear, Leslie Phillips"

-   "You Magazine" (UK), 25 July 2004, "From The Heart"

-   "Mojo" (UK), November 2000, Iss. 84, pg. 26, "'All Back To My Place': Leslie Phillips- Rock'n'roll roue'"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 25 June-1 July 1994, pg. 38-9, by: Clement Freud


-   "The Times" (UK), 15 October 1975, "Leslie Phillips in another comedy"

-   "Showtime" (UK), May 1966, "The Shrewd Sane Life of Leslie Phillips"

-   "Photoplay" (UK), September 1961, "Why Women Fall For Leslie"


-   "Radio Times" (UK), 8 September 1966

-   "TV Times" (UK), 26 February 1966

-   "Today" (UK), 7 January 1961

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Acting in movies

  1. Death (2012)
  2. "The 70s" (2012) {Doomwatch, 73-74 (#1.2)}
  3. 50 Years of Bad Sex (2011) (TV)
  4. Barbara Windsor: A Comedy Roast (2011) (TV)
  5. David Suchet on Sid Field: Last of the Music Hall Heroes (2011) (TV)
  6. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011)
  7. Hotel Caledonia (2011) {{SUSPENDED}}
  8. Late Bloomers (2011)
  9. Sex and the Sitcom (2011) (TV)
  10. "Living the Life" (2011) {Leslie Phillips and Robin Gibb (#1.3)}
  11. Norman Wisdom: His Story (2010)
  12. "Loose Women" (1999) {(#14.212)}
  13. Tattoos: A Scarred History (2009)
  14. Things Talk (2009) (TV)
  15. "Britain's Ugliest Models" (2009) {(#1.1)}
  16. "Britain's Ugliest Models" (2009) {(#1.2)}
  17. "Britain's Ugliest Models" (2009) {(#1.3)}
  18. "The Week We Went to War" (2009) {(#1.1)}
  19. "The Week We Went to War" (2009) {(#1.2)}
  20. "The Week We Went to War" (2009) {(#1.3)}
  21. "The Week We Went to War" (2009) {(#1.4)}
  22. "The Week We Went to War" (2009) {(#1.5)}
  23. 50 Greatest Comedy Catchphrases (2008) (TV)
  24. "Celebrity Ding Dong" (2008) {(#1.1)}
  25. "Celebrity Ding Dong" (2008) {(#1.2)}
  26. "Celebrity Ding Dong" (2008) {(#1.3)}
  27. "Celebrity Ding Dong" (2008) {(#1.4)}
  28. "Celebrity Ding Dong" (2008) {(#1.5)}
  29. "Celebrity Ding Dong" (2008) {(#1.6)}
  30. "Drama Trails" (2008) {'Doc Martin' to 'Foyle's War' (#1.3)}
  31. "Harley Street" (2008) {(#1.2)}
  32. "Loose Women" (1999) {(#12.118)}
  33. "The Alan Titchmarsh Show" (2007) {(2008-03-14)}
  34. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2007-01-26)}
  35. "British Film Forever" (2007) {Sauce, Satire and Silliness: The Story of British Comedy (#1.7)}
  36. "Film '72" (1971) {(2007-01-22)}
  37. "Sunday AM" (2005) {(#2.20)}
  38. "The Cinema Show" (2005) {Trust Me I'm a Doctor: Medics in the Movies}
  39. "The Comedy Map of Britain" (2007) {(#1.1)}
  40. "The Last Detective" (2003) {The Dead Peasants Society (#4.5)}
  41. "This Morning" (1988) {(2007-02-01)}
  42. Carry on Quizzing (2006) (VG)
  43. Venus (2006/I)
  44. Walking with Shadows (2006) (TV)
  45. "HARDtalk Extra" (2004) {Leslie Phillips}
  46. "Heartbeat" (1992) {Risky Business (#15.14)}
  47. "Loose Women" (1999) {(#10.11)}
  48. 50 Questions of Political Incorrectness (2005) (TV)
  49. Colour Me Kubrick: A True...ish Story (2005)
  50. Crumpet! A Very British Sex Symbol (2005) (TV)
  51. The Comic Strip: A Retrospective (2005) (V)
  52. "The Keith Barret Show" (2004) {(#2.2)}
  53. "The Paul O'Grady Show" (2004) {(#2.21)}
  54. "This Week" (2003) {(2005-10-20)}
  55. Churchill: The Hollywood Years (2004)
  56. Millions (2004)
  57. Ronnie Barker: A BAFTA Tribute (2004) (TV)
  58. The British Comedy Awards 2004 (2004) (TV)
  59. The Ultimate Film (2004) (TV)
  60. Collusion (2003)
  61. Ghosts of Albion: Legacy (2003) (TV)
  62. The Big Read (2003) (TV)
  63. The British Comedy Awards 2003 (2003) (TV)
  64. "Midsomer Murders" (1997) {Painted in Blood (#6.3)}
  65. "The Kumars at No. 42" (2001) {(#3.7)}
  66. "Where the Heart Is" (1997) {Love Hurts (#7.4)}
  67. Arthurs Amazing Things (2002)
  68. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002)
  69. Outside the Rules (2002) (TV)
  70. The Unforgettable Joan Sims (2002) (TV)
  71. Thunderpants (2002)
  72. "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" (2001) {(#2.5)}
  73. "Heroes of Comedy" (1995) {Dick Emery (#6.6)}
  74. "Holby City" (1999) {Sins of the Father (#5.12)}
  75. "Legends" (2000) {Leslie Phillips (#3.3)}
  76. "Monarch of the Glen" (2000) {(#4.3)}
  77. "The Best of British" (1998) {Leslie Phillips (#3.4)}
  78. "Revolver" (2001)
  79. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)
  80. Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001)
  81. Sword of Honour (2001) (TV)
  82. "The RDA" (2000) {(#2.4)}
  83. Aladdin (2000) (TV)
  84. Cinderella (2000/I) (TV)
  85. Saving Grace (2000)
  86. Take a Girl Like You (2000) (TV)
  87. "Head on Comedy" (2000) {(#1.2)}
  88. "It's Only TV... But I Like It" (1999) {(#2.1)}
  89. "Dalziel and Pascoe" (1996) {Recalled to Life (#4.2)}
  90. "Days Like These" (1999) {Grandma's Dead (#1.7)}
  91. "It's Only TV... But I Like It" (1999) {(#1.7)}
  92. Gex: Enter the Gecko (1998) (VG)
  93. The Orgasm Raygun (1998)
  94. "Liverpool 1" (1998) {(#1.4)}
  95. "Reputations" (1994) {Kenneth Williams: Seriously Outrageous (#5.3)}
  96. "Telly Addicts" (1985) {(#13.13)}
  97. Caught in the Act (1997) (V)
  98. The Jackal (1997)
  99. The Pale Horse (1997) (TV)
  100. August (1996)
  101. Das Karussell des Todes (1996) (TV)
  102. Der Blinde (1996) (TV)
  103. Die Katze von Kensington (1996) (TV)
  104. The Canterville Ghost (1996) (TV)
  105. "Dennis the Menace" (1996) {Wanted! (#1.6)}
  106. "Tales from the Crypt" (1989) {Fatal Caper (#7.1)}
  107. "The Bill" (1984) {Cheating (#12.48)}
  108. "Ruth Rendell Mysteries" (1987) {Vanity Dies Hard: Part 1 (#8.1)}
  109. "Ruth Rendell Mysteries" (1987) {Vanity Dies Hard: Part 2 (#8.2)}
  110. "Ruth Rendell Mysteries" (1987) {Vanity Dies Hard: Part 3 (#8.3)}
  111. "Woof!" (1989) {Dog Latin (#8.8)}
  112. "Honey for Tea" (1994)
  113. Bermuda Grace (1994) (TV)
  114. Two Golden Balls (1994) (TV)
  115. "Love on a Branch Line" (1994) {Ain't She Sweet (#1.4)}
  116. "Love on a Branch Line" (1994) {I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby (#1.3)}
  117. "Love on a Branch Line" (1994) {I Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight (#1.2)}
  118. "Love on a Branch Line" (1994) {Yes Sir, That's My Baby (#1.1)}
  119. "The House of Windsor" (1994) {I Wasn't the Only Person Smoking in Windsor Castle (#1.1)}
  120. "The House of Windsor" (1994) {I've Managed to Track Down Royston Bloat (#1.2)}
  121. "The House of Windsor" (1994) {Pick a Princess (#1.4)}
  122. "The House of Windsor" (1994) {Prince of Passion (#1.5)}
  123. "The House of Windsor" (1994) {Queen Mother, RIP (#1.6)}
  124. "The House of Windsor" (1994) {They're Dogs with Attitudes (#1.3)}
  125. "Laugh with the Carry Ons" (1993)
  126. "Lovejoy" (1986) {The Galloping Major (#4.7)}
  127. "Performance" (1992) {The Changeling (#3.5)}
  128. "Screen One" (1985) {Royal Celebration (#5.4)}
  129. Carry on Columbus (1992)
  130. Thacker (1992) (TV)
  131. "Boon" (1986) {Blackballed (#7.11)}
  132. King Ralph (1991)
  133. "Chancer" (1990) {Ashes}
  134. "Chancer" (1990) {Blood (#2.5)}
  135. "Chancer" (1990) {Fall (#2.6)}
  136. "Chancer" (1990) {Jo (#2.2)}
  137. "Chancer" (1990) {Remembrance (#2.4)}
  138. "Chancer" (1990) {Sacrifice (#2.1)}
  139. "Chancer" (1990) {Secrets (#2.3)}
  140. "Performance" (1992) {The Trials of Oz (#1.5)}
  141. Life After Life (1990) (TV)
  142. Mountains of the Moon (1990)
  143. The Investigation: Inside a Terrorist Bombing (1990) (TV)
  144. "Chancer" (1990) {Faith (#1.7)}
  145. "Chancer" (1990) {Hazard (#1.3)}
  146. "Chancer" (1990) {Killing Floor (#1.2)}
  147. "Chancer" (1990) {Possessions (#1.6)}
  148. "Chancer" (1990) {Pretenders (#1.5)}
  149. "Chancer" (1990) {Trust (#1.4)}
  150. "Chancer" (1990) {Weapons from the Wall (#1.1)}
  151. "The Comic Strip Presents..." (1982) {GLC: The Carnage Continues... (#5.3)}
  152. "The Comic Strip Presents..." (1982) {Oxford (#5.4)}
  153. "Summer's Lease" (1989)
  154. Scandal (1989)
  155. "An Invitation to Remember" (1989) {Leslie Phillips}
  156. "Rumpole of the Bailey" (1978) {Rumpole and Portia (#5.5)}
  157. Empire of the Sun (1987)
  158. "Super Gran" (1985) {Supergran and the Birthday Dambuster (#2.3)}
  159. "Wogan" (1982) {Wogan's Radio Fun Special 1}
  160. Monte Carlo (1986) (TV)
  161. You'll Never See Me Again (1986) (TV)
  162. Out of Africa (1985)
  163. "Mr. Palfrey of Westminster" (1984) {Return to Sender (#2.2)}
  164. "This Is Your Life" (1969) {Patrick Macnee (#16.2)}
  165. "Movie Memories" (1981) {(#3.5)}
  166. "Punchlines!" (1981) {(#3.8)}
  167. "Star Games" (1978) {(1980-11-11)}
  168. That's Carry On (1979)
  169. The Lion, the Witch & the Wardrobe (1979) (TV)
  170. "Saturday Night at the Mill" (1976) {(#4.4)}
  171. To See Such Fun (1977)
  172. Not Now, Comrade (1976)
  173. Spanish Fly (1976)
  174. Don't Just Lie There, Say Something! (1973)
  175. Not Now Darling (1973)
  176. "Casanova '73" (1973) {(#1.1)}
  177. "Casanova '73" (1973) {(#1.2)}
  178. "Casanova '73" (1973) {(#1.3)}
  179. "Casanova '73" (1973) {(#1.4)}
  180. "Casanova '73" (1973) {(#1.5)}
  181. "Casanova '73" (1973) {(#1.6)}
  182. "Casanova '73" (1973) {(#1.7)}
  183. "Father Dear Father" (1968) {Unacustomed as I Am (#6.4)}
  184. The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins (1971)
  185. "The Golden Shot" (1967) {(#3.40)}
  186. Doctor in Trouble (1970)
  187. Some Will, Some Won't (1970)
  188. "Call My Bluff" (1965/II) {(1970-01-08)}
  189. "The Culture Vultures" (1970) {(#1.1)}
  190. "The Culture Vultures" (1970) {Double, Double, Toil and Trouble (#1.3)}
  191. "The Culture Vultures" (1970) {Practical Demonstrations (#1.4)}
  192. "The Culture Vultures" (1970) {Rake's Progress (#1.2)}
  193. "The Culture Vultures" (1970) {Spring Fever (#1.5)}
  194. "Galton and Simpson Comedy" (1969) {The Suit (#1.1)}
  195. "Armchair Theatre" (1956) {A Very Fine Line (#8.19)}
  196. "Call My Bluff" (1965/II) {(1968-02-04)}
  197. "The Tennis Elbow Foot Game" (1968) {(#1.10)}
  198. Maroc 7 (1967)
  199. "Blandings Castle" (1967) {Lord Emsworth and Company for Gertrude (#1.6)}
  200. "The Eamonn Andrews Show" (1964) {(#3.14)}
  201. Doctor in Clover (1966)
  202. "Foreign Affairs" (1966) {Learning to Compromise (#1.4)}
  203. "Foreign Affairs" (1966) {One of Our Islands Is Missing (#1.5)}
  204. "Foreign Affairs" (1966) {The Exterminator (#1.6)}
  205. "Foreign Affairs" (1966) {The Foreign Body (#1.1)}
  206. "Foreign Affairs" (1966) {The Leak (#1.3)}
  207. "ITV Play of the Week" (1955) {The Reluctant Debutante (#11.26)}
  208. You Must Be Joking! (1965)
  209. "Comedy Playhouse" (1961) {The Time and Motion Man (#4.9)}
  210. Father Came Too! (1964)
  211. "Comedy Playhouse" (1961) {Impasse (#2.3)}
  212. "Our Man at St. Mark's" (1963) {A Joyful Noise (#1.2)}
  213. "Our Man at St. Mark's" (1963) {A Previous Conviction (#1.5)}
  214. "Our Man at St. Mark's" (1963) {Holier Than Thou (#1.3)}
  215. "Our Man at St. Mark's" (1963) {Side by Side (#1.4)}
  216. "Our Man at St. Mark's" (1963) {The Executive (#1.7)}
  217. "Our Man at St. Mark's" (1963) {The Facts of Life (#1.1)}
  218. "Our Man at St. Mark's" (1963) {The Man Who Came to Lunch (#1.6)}
  219. "This Is Your Life" (1955) {Hattie Jacques (#8.19)}
  220. Crooks Anonymous (1962)
  221. In the Doghouse (1962)
  222. The Fast Lady (1962)
  223. The Longest Day (1962)
  224. A Weekend with Lulu (1961)
  225. No Kidding (1961)
  226. Raising the Wind (1961)
  227. The Night We Dropped a Clanger (1961)
  228. Very Important Person (1961)
  229. Watch Your Stern (1961)
  230. Carry on, Constable (1960)
  231. Doctor in Love (1960)
  232. Inn for Trouble (1960)
  233. Please Turn Over (1960)
  234. "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1955) {The Reluctant Rebel (#4.15)}
  235. Carry on Nurse (1959)
  236. Carry on Teacher (1959)
  237. Ferdinando I. re di Napoli (1959)
  238. The Angry Hills (1959)
  239. The Man Who Liked Funerals (1959)
  240. The Navy Lark (1959)
  241. This Other Eden (1959)
  242. "The Invisible Man" (1958) {Blind Justice (#1.9)}
  243. "The Vise" (1954) {The Girl from Rome (#3.14)}
  244. I Was Monty's Double (1958)
  245. The Big Money (1958)
  246. Brothers in Law (1957)
  247. High Flight (1957)
  248. Just My Luck (1957)
  249. Les Girls (1957)
  250. The Barretts of Wimpole Street (1957)
  251. The Smallest Show on Earth (1957)
  252. "Hour of Mystery" (1957) {A Murder Has Been Arranged (#1.9)}
  253. "ITV Play of the Week" (1955) {A Voice in Vision (#3.16)}
  254. "O.S.S." (1957) {Operation Chopping Block (#1.23)}
  255. "Wire Service" (1956) {Atom at Spithead (#1.18)}
  256. The Gamma People (1956)
  257. "Adventure Theater" (1956) {The Stranger on the Sea (#1.8)}
  258. "ITV Television Playhouse" (1955) {A Lady Mislaid (#1.41)}
  259. "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1955) {A Village Wooing (#2.1)}
  260. "The Errol Flynn Theatre" (1956) {The Red Geranium (#1.13)}
  261. As Long as They're Happy (1955)
  262. Value for Money (1955)
  263. "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1955) {Checkmate (#1.9)}
  264. "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1955) {Friar Tuck (#1.4)}
  265. "The Vise" (1954) {The Better Chance (#1.39)}
  266. You Know What Sailors Are (1954)
  267. "The Vise" (1954) {Lucky Man (#1.13)}
  268. The Fake (1953)
  269. The Limping Man (1953)
  270. Time Bomb (1953)
  271. The Poppenkast (1952) (TV)
  272. The Sound Barrier (1952)
  273. "My Wife Jacqueline" (1952) {Common Interests (#1.3)}
  274. "My Wife Jacqueline" (1952) {Getting Margaret Married (#1.4)}
  275. "My Wife Jacqueline" (1952) {Happily Ever After (#1.6)}
  276. "My Wife Jacqueline" (1952) {The Agonies of Courtship (#1.2)}
  277. "My Wife Jacqueline" (1952) {The Landed Proprietor (#1.5)}
  278. "My Wife Jacqueline" (1952) {The Mysterious Complaint (#1.1)}
  279. Pool of London (1951)
  280. The Galloping Major (1951)
  281. "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre" (1950) {The Doctor's Dilemma (#2.29)}
  282. The Woman with No Name (1950)
  283. Train of Events (1949)
  284. Anna Karenina (1948)
  285. Morning Departure (1948) (TV)
  286. Rhythm Serenade (1943)
  287. The Thief of Bagdad (1940)
  288. The Four Feathers (1939)
  289. The Mikado (1939)
  290. Climbing High (1938)
  291. Lassie from Lancashire (1938)

Movies Produced

  1. "Living the Life" (2011) {David Bailey & Tim Marlow (#2.9)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  2. "Living the Life" (2011) {Anna Friel and Brenda Fricker (#2.2)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  3. "Living the Life" (2011) {Dame Monica Mason & Sir Derek Jacobi (#2.4)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  4. "Living the Life" (2011) {Des O'Connor & Alan Davies (#2.7)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  5. "Living the Life" (2011) {John Hurt & Sir Alan Parker (#2.5)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  6. "Living the Life" (2011) {Lord Sebastian Coe and Gary Newbon (#1.8)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  7. "Living the Life" (2011) {Mary Quant & Alexandra Shulman (#2.8)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  8. "Living the Life" (2011) {Nicholas Evans & James Nesbitt (#2.1)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  9. "Living the Life" (2011) {Paul McGann and Charles Dance (#1.10)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  10. "Living the Life" (2011) {Sir Peter Blake and Ken Russell (#1.9)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  11. "Living the Life" (2011) {Steven Berkoff & Martin Kemp (#2.6)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  12. "Living the Life" (2011) {Timothy West & Ken Livingstone (#2.3)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  13. "Living the Life" (2011) {Brigitte Nielsen and Britt Ekland (#1.6)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  14. "Living the Life" (2011) {Caitlin Moran and Fay Weldon (#1.5)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  15. "Living the Life" (2011) {Dylan Jones and George Lamb (#1.4)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  16. "Living the Life" (2011) {Joanna Lumley and Lord Melvyn Bragg (#1.2)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  17. "Living the Life" (2011) {Leslie Phillips and Robin Gibb (#1.3)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  18. "Living the Life" (2011) {Sir Tim Rice and Sir Ian Botham (#1.7)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  19. "Living the Life" (2011) {Stephen Fry and Bill Wyman (#1.1)} (producer) (as Leslie Phillips CBE)
  20. Maroc 7 (1967) (producer)
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