Henri Letondal

Henri Letondal (29 June 1901 – 15 February 1955) was a French-Canadian actor, critic, playwright and musician.

He was born in Montreal on 29 June 1901, the son of Arthur Letondal.[1]

He died in Hollywood on 15 February 1955.[2]


Year Title Role Notes
1946The Razor's EdgePolice Inspector at Sophie's DeathUncredited
1946Magnificent DollCount D'Arignon
1947La ForteresseEdward Durant
1947The Foxes of HarrowMasperoUncredited
1947The Crime Doctor's GambleLouis Chabonet
1948The Big ClockAntique Dealer
1948Apartment for PeggyProf. Roland PavinUncredited
1949Mother Is a FreshmanProf. RomaineUncredited
1949Come to the StableFather BarraudUncredited
1949Madame BovaryGuillaumin
1950Please Believe MeJacques Carnet
1951Royal WeddingPurserUncredited
1951On the RivieraLouis Foral
1951Kind LadyMonsieur Malaquaise
1951Across the Wide MissouriLucien ChennaultUncredited
1951Ten Tall MenAdministratorUncredited
1952The Wild NorthJohn MuddUncredited
1952Lovely to Look AtCreditorUncredited
1952What Price GloryCognac Pete
1952The Big SkyLa Badie
1952Monkey BusinessDr. Jerome Kitzel
1953Desert LegionGeneralUncredited
1953South Sea WomanAlphonse
1953Dangerous When WetJoubert
1953Gentlemen Prefer BlondesGrotierUncredited
1953Little Boy LostTracing Service Clerk
1954Yankee PashaClerkUncredited
1954The Gambler from NatchezRobert Renard
1954Deep in My HeartFrançoisUncredited
1955A Bullet for JoeyDubois


  1. Gilles Potvin. "Henri Letondal - The Canadian Encyclopedia". Thecanadianencyclopedia.ca. Retrieved 29 March 2016.
  2. "Henri Letondal - AlloCiné". Allocine.fr. Retrieved 29 March 2016.
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