Harold Huth

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Harold Huth
Harold Huth.jpg
Born 20 January 1892
Huddersfield, Yorkshire
 United Kingdom
Died 26 October 1967
London, England
 United Kingdom
Years active 1928-1961

Harold Huth (20 January 1892 – 26 October 1967) was a British actor, film director and producer.[1][2]


Born in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, in 1892, he made his screen debut as an actor in the 1927 film One of the Best and followed it up with the role of Captain Nolan in the film Balaclava about the Charge of the Light Brigade.[3][4] He directed his first film, Hell's Cargo, in 1939, and moved into producing the following year. He went on to direct and produce a number of films over the next twenty years before retiring in 1961.[5] He died in 1967 in London.[1]

He was a nephew of Eva Moore and a cousin of the actor Roland Pertwee.

Selected filmography[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Harold Huth". BFI. 
  2. ^ David Absalom. "Harold Huth". britishpictures.com. 
  3. ^ Sandra Brennan. "Harold Huth - Biography, Movie Highlights and Photos - AllMovie". AllMovie. 
  4. ^ "Balaclava (1928)". BFI. 
  5. ^ "Harold Huth". TVGuide.com. 

External links[edit]

Harold Huth at the Internet Movie Database