Hugh Stewart was born on December 14, 1910 in Falmouth, Cornwall. He was an English Editor, known for The Man who knew too much (1934), Dark Journey (1937), Sidewalks of London (1938), Hugh Stewart's first movie on record is from 1934. Hugh Stewart died on May 31, 2011 in Denham. His last motion picture on file dates from 1939.
Hugh Stewart Filmography [Auszug]
1939: [03.00] The Spy in Black (U-Boat 29) (Editor), Directed by Michael Powell, with Conrad Veidt, Valerie Hobson, Sebastian Shaw,
1938: [10.18] Sidewalks of London (Editor), Directed by Tim Whelan, with Charles Laughton, Vivien Leigh, Rex Harrison,
1937: [01.30] Dark Journey (Editor), Directed by Victor Saville, with Conrad Veidt, Vivien Leigh, Joan Gardner,
1934:  The Man who knew too much (Editor), Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, with Leslie Banks, Peter Lorre, Edna Best,
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