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Leslie Goodwins

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Biography

London, England, UK
London-born Leslie Goodwins broke into Hollywood in the 1930s as a gag writer for two-reel comedies, and later directed several of them. He started directing features in 1936, specializing in knockabout comedies. Goodwins spent much of his career at RKO, and was responsible for the Leon Errol / Lupe Velez "Mexican Spitfire" series. Like many of his "B" picture colleagues, he turned to directing television in the early 1950s, and finished his career there. Read more...

Actor

Directing

Writing