THE MIKADO, 1926
D'Oyly Carte Company, in which Webster Booth appeared as a chorister under his birth name of Leslie W. Booth. Incongruously this film was in hand-mixed colour and silent.
THE INVADER 1934
FAUST FANTASY, (film) started shooting on 5th December 1934 and released in 1935.
THE ROBBER SYMPHONY 1935
Directed, partly written and music composed by Friedrich Feher.
Webster, with Oscar Asche, Magda Sonja, and George Graves.
Webster, dragging a piano through the snow, in 'The Robber Symphony'
SUNSHINE AHEAD 1937
Webster Booth, George Baker, Jack Payne and his band and other performers,
SATURDAY NIGHT REVUE, 1937
Webster Booth, with Billy Milton, John Watt, Jimmy Hanson, Sally Gray, Mary Jerrold, Billy Reid and his band, John Reynders and the BBC Orchestra
Anne and Webster (special guests), with Norman Evans, Nat Jackley, Dan Young, Betty Jumel among others
WALTZ TIME 1945
Waltz Time 1945
With Webster Booth & Anne Ziegler
Webster and Anne in the film "Waltz Time" (1945)
Peter Graves, George Robey, Albert Sandler, Thorley Walters,
Harry Welchman, Wylie Watson, John Ruddock
Anne and Webster as strolling players in 'Waltz Time', 1945.
THE LAUGHING LADY (film) 1946
'The Laughing Lady' trade poster.
The Laughing Lady, 1946
The ball scene in the film, 'The Laughing Lady', 1946.
'The Laughing Lady' (1946)
THE STORY OF GILBERT AND SULLIVAN, 1953
Robert Morley, Ian Wallace, Owen Brannigan, Harold Williams [and voices of Webster Booth, Elsie Morrison, John Cameron]
A BED FOR ZANDILE 1959
Empire Films, South Africa
Webster as doctor in film to promote Santa (fight against Tuberculosis) with Minoria Mnisi.
LORD OOM PIET (Jamie Uys) 1962
Anne and Webster appeared as guest singers in this South African film. Jamie Uys, Bob Courtney, Arthur Swemmer
KIMBERLEY JIM 1963
Webster played cameo role. With Jim Reeves, Clive Parnell, Madeleine Usher
KING HENDRIK (Emil Nofal) 1965
Webster played cameo role of British ambassador.