Louis Levy

Born: 30 November 1892, London
Died: 18 August 1957, Slough, Berks.

Highlighted works

  • Two Thousand Women

    Based on a true story of a female internment camp in France, this film revels in role-reversal.

  • Cottage to Let

    Leslie Banks, Alastair Sim and John Mills star in this comic thriller adapted from a stage hit.

  • Millions Like Us

    A heartwarming/heartbreaking story of a young woman sent to an arms factory in the Midlands.

  • Night Train to Munich

    Night Train to Munich

    Margaret Lockwood and Rex Harrsion star in this wartime thriller directed by Carol Reed.

  • The 39 Steps

    The 39 Steps

    Master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock perfected his favourite thriller set-up – the innocent man on the run – with this adaptation of John Buchan’s classic adventure novel.

  • The Lady Vanishes

    The Lady Vanishes

    A mysterious disappearance on a continental train journey is the backdrop to the perfectly executed comic thriller that paved Hitchcock’s way to Hollywood.

  • The Dam Busters

    The Dam Busters

    An obsessive inventor and a squadron of courageous airmen pull off an audacious but costly raid on a dam in wartime Germany.

  • Goodbye, Mr. Chips

    Goodbye, Mr. Chips

    Robert Donat won an Oscar for best actor as the long-serving classics master in this sentimental saga of public-school duty and devotion.

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