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. He was 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.