For the blacklisted director who used the name as a pseudonym, see Joseph Losey.
Victor Hanbury or W. Victor Hanbury (1897 - 14 December 1954) was a British film director and producer.
Entering the film industry in 1919 after service in the First World War, he became a director and producer in the early 1930s. His last film as a director was Hotel Reserve (which he also co-produced) in 1944. He continued to produce into the 1950s. H ewas initially credit as both producer and director of The Sleeping Tiger, but the film was actually directed by Joseph Losey. He was born in and died in London, England.