Bernard Lee on stage and screen

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Bernard Lee (1908 – 1981) was an English actor who performed in many light entertainment media, including film, television and theatre. His career spanned from 1934 to 1981, although he made his first appearance on the stage at the age of six.[1] He is perhaps best known for playing M in the first eleven Eon-produced James Bond films.[2][3]

Lee trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art,[4] before making his professional stage debut in 1924.[5][6] He appeared on film for the first time in 1934 in the Leslie Howard Gordon-directed comedy The Double Event, where he played the part of Dennison.[5] Although he was in wartime service with the Royal Sussex Regiment between 1940 and 1946,[7][8] he had already been in several films, which were released between 1939 and 1943.[9] He returned to acting after the war and was offered a role in the play Stage Door while awaiting his demob.[8]

Lee appeared on stage and television dramatisations, as well as in more than 100 films.[10] He was known for his roles as authority figures, often playing military characters, policemen or officials.[4][10] Highlights in his career included The Third Man, The Blue Lamp, The Battle of the River Plate, Whistle Down the Wind and the James Bond series. Suffering from stomach cancer, Lee died in 1981;[4] in his obituary The Guardian noted that Lee was a "solid and reliable character actor" who displayed "a rugged dependency".[1]

Stage[edit]

Known stage credits of Bernard Lee[1]
Production Date Role Theatre Ref.
White Cargo 1926 Longford UK tour [11]
The Ringer 20 February 1928 John Lenley Hull Grand Theatre [12]
The Ringer May 1928 John Lenley Grand Theatre, Derby [13]
The Happy Ending June 1928 Rusholme Theatre, Manchester [14]
East Lynne 25 May 1929 – 31 May 1929 Archibald Carlyle Regent Theatre [15]
The Squeaker 9 November 1929 Captain Leslie Regent Theatre [16]
Journey's End 1930 Captain Stanhope UK tour [11]
A Pair of Silk Stockings 14 March 1930 Alexandra Theatre, Harwich [17]
The Whole Town's Talking 4 February 1931 Alexandra Hall, Dovercourt [18]
On the Spot 12 December 1931 Captain Perrelli Regent Theatre [19]
The Case of the Frightened Lady April 1932 Lord Lebanon Regent Theatre [20]
Appearances December 1932 Fred Kellard Fortune Theatre [11]
Heritage May 1933 Peter and Geoffrey Trail Fortune Theatre [11]
Love for Sale May 1933 Pip Fortune Theatre [11]
Tudor Wench October 1933 Sir John Harlington Embassy Theatre [21]
The Terror November 1933 Ferdinand Fane Lyceum Theatre [11]
Take Heed! 28 January 1934 Roman Piccadilly Theatre [22]
The Queen Who Kept Her Head February 1934 Sir Thomas Seymour Kingsway Theatre [11]
Without Witness March 1934 Saunders Duke of York's Theatre [11]
Murder in Motley April 1934 Royalty Theatre [23]
Ten Minute Alibi May 1934 Colin Derwent Phoenix Theatre [11]
Root of all Evil July 1934 St Martin's Theatre [24]
Murder in Motley January 1935 Jimmy O'Bryan Kingsway Theatre [11]
The Shadow Man April 1935 Johnny Clayton Piccadilly Theatre [11]
The Philanthropist September 1935 Antoine Duval Arts Theatre [11][25]
Distinguished Gathering October 1935 Felix Montague Embassy Theatre [11][26]
Murder Gang November 1935 Walter Grainger Embassy Theatre [11][27]
Red Night March 1936 Private Whitman Queen's Theatre, London [11][28]
The Future That Was April 1936 Anthony Pittman and Ben Manassey Ambassadors Theatre [11][29]
The Provoked Wife October 1936 Heartfree Embassy Theatre [11]
Young Madam Conti November 1936 Stephen Horka Savoy Theatre [11][30]
And the Music Stopped 1937 Streatham Hill Theatre [31]
Night Sky January 1937 Ray Dawson Savoy Theatre [32]
Tavern in the Town February 1937 Embassy Theatre [33]
Young Madam Conti 31 March 1937 Music Box Theatre, New York [34]
And the Music Stopped May 1937 Detective-Inspector Kinneir New Theatre [35][36]
The Gusher July 1937 Clarence, the Dodger Prince's Theatre [36][37]
If I Were You 24 January 1938 – 1 February 1938 Arthur Blunt Mansfield Theatre, New York [36][38]
People of Our Class April 1938 Henry Hayes Manchester Opera House [36][39]
People of Our Class May 1938 Henry Hayes New Theatre [36]
Blind Man's Buff 23 September 1938 Dr. Chavesse Arts Theatre [36][40][41]
Number Six December 1938 Franklyn Dyall Aldwych Theatre [42]
Without Motive? June 1939 Hayland Marlow Richmond Theatre [36]
The Long Mirror February 1940 Haymarket Theatre [43]
The Long Mirror March 1940 Michael Camber Oxford Playhouse [43][44][45]
Penny Wise June 1940 Gordon Richmond Theatre [36]
Stage Door February 1946 David Kingsley Saville Theatre [36]
Fools Rush In June 1946 Paul UK tour [36]
Fools Rush In September 1946 Paul Fortune Theatre [36]
Peace in Our Time July 1947 Fred Shattock Lyric Theatre [36][46]
Seagulls Over Sorrento June 1950 Seaman "Lofty" Turner Apollo Theatre [47]
The Desperate Hours April 1955 Dan Hilliard Hippodrome Theatre [48]
Act of Violence October 1962 St Martin's Theatre, and subsequent UK tour [36][49]
Norman April 1963 Charlie Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool [50]
Norman 20 May 1963 Charlie Duchess Theatre [50][51]
The Farm 26 September 1973 – 27 October 1973 Mr Slattery Royal Court Theatre [52][53]
The Farm 1 November 1973 – 8 December 1973 Mr Slattery Mayfair Theatre [53]
Jingo August 1975 Bernard Aldwych Theatre [36]
  • ^1 There is no evidence available to help with end dates for the productions.

Filmography[edit]

Filmography of Bernard Lee[1]
Film[6][54][55] Year Role Notes
The Double Event 1934 Dennison
The River House Mystery 1935 Wade Belloc
Rhodes of Africa 1936 Cartwright
Love From a Stranger 1937 Cast Member Uncredited
The Black Tulip 1937 William of Orange
The Terror 1938 Ferdy Fane
Murder in Soho 1939 Roy Barnes
The Frozen Limits 1939 Bill McGrew
Let George Do It! 1940 Oscar US title To Hell with Hitler[9]
Spare a Copper 1940 Jake
Once a Crook 1941 The Duke
The New Lot 1943 Interviewing Officer Uncredited
This Man Is Mine 1946 James Nicholls
The Courtneys of Curzon Street 1947 Colonel Gascoyne US title Kathy's Love Affair[56]
Dusty Bates 1947 Captain Ford US title The Adventures of Dusty Bates[57]
Quartet 1948 Ned Preston, Prison Visitor
The Fallen Idol 1948 Detective Hart
Elizabeth of Ladymead 1948 John Beresford in 1903
The Third Man 1949 Sergeant Paine
The Blue Lamp 1950 Inspector Cherry
Morning Departure 1950 Commander Gates US title Operation Disaster[58]
Last Holiday 1950 Inspector Wilton
Odette 1950 Jack
Cage of Gold 1950 Inspector Grey
The Adventurers 1951 O'Connell US title Fortune in Diamonds[59]
White Corridors 1951 Burgess
Calling Bulldog Drummond 1951 Colonel Webson
Appointment with Venus 1951 Brigadier US title Island Rescue[59]
Mr. Denning Drives North 1952 Inspector Dodds
Gift Horse 1952 Able Seaman 'Stripey' Wood US title Glory at Sea[60]
The Yellow Balloon 1953 Constable Chapman
Single-Handed 1953 Petty Officer 'Stokes' Wheatley US title C.S. Forester's Sailor of the King[61]
Beat the Devil 1953 Inspector Jack Clayton
The Rainbow Jacket 1954 Racketeer
Father Brown 1954 Inspector Valentine US title The Detective[62]
Seagulls Over Sorrento 1954 Seaman 'Lofty' Turner US title Crest of the Wave[63]
The Purple Plain 1954 Doctor Harris
Out of the Clouds 1955 Customs Officer
The Ship That Died of Shame 1955 Sam Brewster US title PT Raiders[64]
The Battle of the River Plate 1956 Captain Dove—M.S. Africa Shell US title Pursuit of the Graf Spee[65]
The Spanish Gardener 1956 Leighton Bailey
Fire Down Below 1957 Doctor Sam Blake
Across the Bridge 1957 Chief Inspector Hadden
High Flight 1957 Flight Sergeant Harris
Dunkirk 1958 Charles Foreman
The Key 1958 Commander Wadlow
The Man Upstairs 1958 Inspector Thompson
Nowhere to Go 1958 Victor Sloane, alias Lee Henderson
Danger Within 1959 Lieutenant-Colonel Huxley US title Breakout[66]
Beyond This Place 1959 Patrick Mathry US title Web of Evidence[67]
Kidnapped 1960 Captain Hoseason
The Angry Silence 1960 Bert Connolly
The Clue of the Twisted Candle 1960 Superintendent Meredith
Cone of Silence 1960 Captain George Gort US title Trouble in the Sky[68]
Fury at Smugglers' Bay 1961 Black John
The Secret Partner 1961 Superintendent Frank Hanbury
Partners in Crime 1961 Inspector Mann
Whistle Down the Wind 1961 Mr Bostock
The Clue of the Silver Key 1961 Superintendent Meredith
The Share Out 1962 Superintendent Meredith
The Brain 1962 Doctor Frank Shears
The L-Shaped Room 1962 Charlie
Dr. No 1962 M
Two Left Feet 1963 Mr Crabbe
A Place to Go 1963 Matt Flint
From Russia with Love 1963 M
Ring of Spies 1964 Henry Houghton US Title Ring of Treason[69]
Saturday Night Out 1964 George Hudson
Goldfinger 1964 M
Dr. Terror's House of Horrors 1965 Hopkins
The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders 1965 Landlord Uncredited
The Spy Who Came in from the Cold 1965 Patmore
The Legend of Young Dick Turpin 1965 Jeremiah
Thunderball 1965 M
O.K. Connery 1967 Commander Cunningham (Bond Parody) US title Operation Kid Brother[70]
You Only Live Twice 1967 M
Journey to Midnight 1968 Ben Loker
Crossplot 1969 Chilmore
On Her Majesty's Secret Service 1969 M
Danger Point 1971 Captain
The Raging Moon 1971 Uncle Bob US title Long Ago, Tomorrow[71]
Diamonds Are Forever 1971 M
Dulcima 1971 Mr Gaskain
Live and Let Die 1973 M
Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell 1974 Tarmut
Percy's Progress 1974 Barraclough US title It's Not the Size That Counts[72]
The Man with the Golden Gun 1974 M
Bons Baisers de Hong Kong 1975 David Marton (Bond Parody) Also known as From Hong Kong with Love
The Spy Who Loved Me 1977 M
Moonraker 1979 M
  • ^1 The 1958 British Film and Television Yearbook also lists Lee as appearing in an undated film The Outsider, although it does not say whether this uncredited role was in the 1931 or 1939 film of that name.[73] The 1942 International Motion Picture Almanac claims Lee appeared in The Tunnel (for Gaumont-British), Secret Agent (for Gaumont-British) and The Terror (for Alliance); this last is almost certainly the 1940 U.S. release of the 1938 British film listed above.[74]

Television[edit]

Bernard Lee's television appearances
Programme Date Role Channel Notes Ref.
Television Playhouse, "The Golden Fleece" 31 December 1955 William Lotless ITV Television production of a J. B. Priestley play [75]
Theatre Royal, "The Stolen Pearl" 8 January 1956 Candleblow Smith ITV [76]
Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Presents, "A Borderline Case" 30 October 1956 Rudi Lankert ITV [77]
Playdate, "All Correct, Sir" 13 December 1956 Cast Member ITV [78]
Television Playhouse: Cornelius 18 July 1958 Cornelius ITV Television production of a J. B. Priestley play [79]
Armchair Theatre, "Ernie Barger is 50" 8 February 1959 Cast Member ITV [80]
Play of the Week, "Family On Trial" 21 April 1959 Detective Inspector Lunt ITV [81]
Sunday Night Theatre, "Crime Passionnel" 20 September 1959 Hoederer BBC Television Television production of a Jean-Paul Sartre play [82]
Armchair Theatre, "Cold Fury" 31 January 1960 Cast Member ITV [83]
Armchair Theatre, "Nest of Four" 15 May 1960 Cast Member ITV [84]
The Interrogator 22 December 1961 Superintendent Farron BBC Television [85]
The Third Man, "Portrait of Harry" 18 May 1963 Angus Meyrick BBC Television [86]
Who Was Maddox? 1964 Superintendent Meredith ITV Television production of an Edgar Wallace thriller [87]
Espionage, "Snow on Mount Kama" 15 February 1964 John Neary ITV [88]
Thursday Theatre, "Flowering Cherry" 7 January 1965 Jim Cherry BBC Two [89]
Danger Man, "Whatever Happened To George Foster?" 30 January 1965 Lord Ammanford ITV [90]
The Human Jungle, "Ring of Hate" 18 March 1965 Jim Garner ITV [91]
Thirty-Minute Theatre, "The Passenger" 30 December 1965 The Man BBC Two [92]
Danger Man, "The Man with the Foot" 3 March 1966 Derringham ITV [93]
Armchair Theatre, "The Night Before the Morning After" 2 April 1966 Daniel Whittaker ITV [94]
King of the River 6 July 1966 Joss King BBC One [95]
The Baron, "Masquerade" 15 October 1966 Morgan Travis ITV Part 1 of a 2-part story: part 2 is called "The Killing" [96]
Talking to a Stranger October 1966 BBC Two Four-part series [36]
The Baron, "The Killing" 22 October 1966 Morgan Travis ITV Part 2 of a 2-part story: part 1 is called "Masquerade" [97]
Half-Hour Story, "Friends" 6 September 1967 Frank ITV [98]
Man in a Suitcase, "Girl Who Never Was" 25 November 1967 Kershaw ITV [99]
The Gamblers: The Man Beneath 7 December 1967 Bob Townsend [100]
The Jazz Age: Post Mortem 17 September 1968 Sir James BBC Two Television production of the Noël Coward play Post Mortem [101]
The System: Them Down There 24 September 1968 Baxter ITV [102]
The Wednesday Play, "Nothing Will Be The Same Again" 6 November 1968 Frank Lanton BBC One [103]
Journey to the Unknown: Poor Butterfly 1969 Loker ABC Also broadcast on ITV 19 May 1969 [104]
The Expert, "Post-Mortem On Harry Kirby" 13 July 1969 Harry Kirby BBC Two [105]
The Persuaders!, "Someone Like Me" 29 October 1971 Sam Milford ITV [106]
Pathfinders, "Codename Gomorrah" 13 December 1972 Air Vice-Marshal ITV [107]
The Man Who Died Twice 13 April 1973 Cast Member First broadcast in the USA [108]
Once Upon a Time: Silver 12 August 1973 James Cable ITV Based on the Robert Louis Stevenson story Treasure Island [109]
Crime of Passion: Emile 10 September 1973 Marcel Amiot ITV [110]
Vienna 1900 Games With Love And Death: Story 1 Mother And Son 8 December 1973 Herr Welponer BBC Two [111]
Play of the Month, "The Skin Game" 19 May 1974 Hornblower BBC One Television production of a John Galsworthy play [112]
Father Brown: The Quick One 21 November 1974 John Raggley ITV Based on G. K. Chesterton's Father Brown stories [113]
Play of the Month, "The School for Scandal" 2 February 1975 Cast Member BBC One Based on The School for Scandal, by Richard Brinsley Sheridan [114]
Affairs of the Heart: Kate 9 March 1975 Mr Drury ITV [115]
Against The Crowd: Murrain 27 July 1975 Beeley ITV [116]
What A Turn Up 7 August 1975 Cast Member ITV [117]
Warship, "Knight Errant" 20 January 1976 Yachtsman BBC One [118]
Killers: The Chalkpit Murder 25 August 1976 Thomas Ley ITV [119]
Hallmark Hall of Fame, "Beauty and the Beast" 3 December 1976 Beaumont NBC US television production [120]
The Foundation: Business Not Quite As Usual 1977 Cast Member ITV Nine-part television series [121]
A Christmas Carol Being a Ghost Story of Christmas 24 December 1977 Jacob Marley BBC Two [122]
Saint Joan 30 December 1979 Monseigneur de la Trémouille, Lord Chamberlain BBC One Television production of a George Bernard Shaw play [123][124]
Star Games 4 November 1980 On-screen Participant ITV [125]
The Last Detective 4 January 1981 Sergeant Ben ITV Part of the Dangerous Davies series [126][127]

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  76. ^ "Theatre Royal: The Stolen Pearl". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  77. ^ "Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Presents: A Borderline Case". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  78. ^ "Playdate: All Correct, Sir". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  79. ^ "Television Playhouse: Cornelius". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  80. ^ "Armchair Theatre: Ernie Barger Is 50". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  81. ^ "Play of the Week (ITV, 1956–66): Family On Trial". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  82. ^ "Sunday-Night Theatre: Crime Passionnel". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  83. ^ "Armchair Theatre: Cold Fury". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  84. ^ "Armchair Theatre: Nest of Four". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  85. ^ "The Interrogator". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  86. ^ "The Third Man". The Classic TV Archive. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
  87. ^ "Who Was Maddox?". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  88. ^ "Espionage: Snow on Mount Kama". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  89. ^ "Thursday Theatre: Flowering Cherry". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  90. ^ "Danger Man: Whatever Happened To George Foster?". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  91. ^ "The Human Jungle: Ring of Hate". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  92. ^ "Thirty Minute Theatre: The Passenger". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  93. ^ "Danger Man: The Man with the Foot". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  94. ^ "Armchair Theatre: The Night Before the Morning After". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  95. ^ "King of the River: Foreign Invasion". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  96. ^ "The Baron (ITV, 1966–67): Masquerade". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  97. ^ "The Baron (ITV, 1966–67): The Killing". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  98. ^ "Half-Hour Story: Friends". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  99. ^ "Man in a Suitcase: Girl Who Never Was". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  100. ^ "The Gamblers: The Man Beneath". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  101. ^ "The Jazz Age: Post Mortem". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  102. ^ "The System: Them Down There". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  103. ^ "The Wednesday Play: Nothing Will Be the Same Again". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  104. ^ "Journey to the Unknown: Poor Butterfly". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  105. ^ "The Expert: Post-Mortem on Harry Kirby". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  106. ^ "The Persuaders!: Someone Like Me". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  107. ^ "The Pathfinders: Codename Gomorrah". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  108. ^ "The Man Who Died Twice". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  109. ^ "Once Upon A Time: Silver". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  110. ^ "Crime of Passion: Emile". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  111. ^ "Vienna 1900 Games with Love and Death Story 1 Mother and Son". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  112. ^ "Play of the Month: The Skin Game". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  113. ^ "Father Brown: The Quick One". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  114. ^ "Play of the Month: The School for Scandal". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  115. ^ "Affairs of the Heart: Kate". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  116. ^ "Against The Crowd: Murrain". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  117. ^ "What a Turn Up". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  118. ^ "Warship: Knight Errant". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  119. ^ "Killers: The Chalkpit Murder". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  120. ^ "Hallmark Hall of Fame: Beauty and the Beast". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  121. ^ "The Foundation: Business Not Quite As Usual". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  122. ^ "A Christmas Carol Being a Ghost Story of Christmas". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
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  126. ^ "Dangerous Davies The Last Detective". Film & TV Database. British Film Institute. Retrieved 26 December 2012. 
  127. ^ Nowlan & Wright Nowlan 1991, p. 125.

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