John Clements

John Clements


Life Events


Stage acting and directing debut


First film as actor


First film as director "Call of the Blood"


Movie Clip

Four Feathers, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Plenty For Other Men The four young officers introduced as adults, Ralph Richardson as Captain John, John Clements, Jack Allen and Donald Gray as lieutenants Harry, Willoughby and Peter, tension as their mission to Egypt is revealed, in Zoltan Korda's version of the A.E.W. Mason novel, The Four Feathers, 1939.
Four Feathers, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) If We Were Free London, 1895, Harry (John Clements) discovers his miscalculation, wife Ethne (June Duprez) not welcoming his resignation from the army, her father (C. Aubrey Smith) just returned from seeing off his comrades, who have sent a message, a pivotal moment in Zoltan Korda's The Four Feathers, 1939.
Mind Benders, The (1963) -- (Movie Clip) A Strong Sense Of Panic Professor Longman (Dirk Bogarde) heading to class at Oxford for the first time in weeks, after learning of the death of Sharpey, his colleague in experiments on sensory deprivation, receives Major Hall (John Clements), who suspects him of espionage, in The Mind Benders, 1963.
Four Feathers, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Opening, Laid Siege To Khartoum Martial tones and bad news for the empire shape the opening credits to Zoltan Korda's The Four Feathers, 1939, the United Artists' production from the novel by A.E.W Mason.
Four Feathers, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) To Be A Soldier And A Coward Englishman Harry (John Clements), resigned from his army commission, confides to Dr. Sutton (Frederick Culley) that he believes his former comrades were correct to send him feathers signifying his cowardice, in Zoltan Korda's definitive 1939 version of A.E.W. Mason's novel, The Four Feathers.
Four Feathers, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Go To The Devil Alone! Captain Durrance (Ralph Richardson) in the Sudan, coming-to but blinded by the sun, realizing his command has been wiped out, unaware that he's being rescued by his disguised and disgraced old friend Harry (John Clements) in Zoltan Korda's The Four Feathers, 1939. Korda's The Four Feathers, 1939.
Oh! What A Lovely War (1969) -- (Movie Clip) Ready For The Shot The historical fantasy opening from the first movie directed by Richard Attenborough, Ralph Richardson as the British foreign secretary, Meriel Forbes his wife, Ian Holm the French president, John Gielgud the Austrian foreign minister, Kenneth More the Kaiser, Paul Daneman the Czar, many others, in the sprawling WWI farce Oh! What A Lovely War, 1969.


Kay Hammond
Actor. Second wife, deceased.



Knighted in 1968.