Antony Holles

Born: 17 January 1901, London
Died: 4 March 1950, London

Highlighted works

  • Thursday's Child

    An attack on the film industry’s exploitation of young women, directed by Rodney Ackland.

  • Tomorrow We Live

    A French resistance tale based on the true-life story of agent Pearl Witherington.

  • A Canterbury Tale

    A Canterbury Tale

    Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s underrated tale of the mysterious ‘glue man’ is one of their most moving films.

  • English without Tears

    A lady who finds herself in service to her ex-servant in this comedy, scripted by Terrence Rattigan and starring Penelope Dudley-Ward.

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