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Also Known As: Died: July 27, 1998
Born: March 25, 1903 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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Appeared in British vaudeville performing a lasso act; billed as 'Texas Binnie'
1929:
Film acting debut, in first of some 25 short comedies opposite Stanley Lupino
1931:
Starred onstage in Noel Coward's "Cavalcade"
1931:
Had first major feature role in "A Night in Montmartre"
1933:
Co-starred opposite Charles Laughton in "The Private Life of Henry VIII"
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Moved to the USA
1934:
Hollywood debut in "There's Always Tomorrow"
1935:
Portrayed Lillian Russell in "Diamond Jim"
1936:
Appeared opposite Randolph Scott in "The Last of the Mohicans"
1937:
Delivered a fine turn as a golddiging vamp in "Three Smart Girls"
1938:
Played Lady Mere, whose husband sues to end their marriage, in "The Divorce of Lady X"
1938:
Offered a delightful comic turn in "Three Blind Mice"
1939:
Co-starred as Milady De Winter in "The Three Muskateers"
1942:
Appeared in support of Nelson Eddy and Jeannette MacDonald in the film adaptation of the Rodgers and Hart musical "I Married an Angel"
1942:
Teamed with John Wayne in the Western "In Old California"
1944:
Garnered laughs for her turn in the farcical "Up in Mabel's Room"
1946:
Supported Abbott and Costello in "The Timeof Their Lives"
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Moved to Italy
1950:
Portrayed Russian Empress Catherine the Great in "Shadow of the Eagle"
1951:
Appeared in "La Strada Buia/Fugitive Lady", produced by second husband M J Frankovich
1953:
Co-starred with Louis Jourdan and Joan Fontaine in "Decameron Nights"
1954:
Last film appearance for more than a decade, "Fire Over Africa"
1956:
Sole producing credit, "Thunderstorm"
1966:
Returned to films to play Sister Celestine in "The Trouble With Angels", directed by Ida Lupino
1968:
Reprised role of Sister Celestine in the sequel "Where Angels Go... Trouble Follows"
1973:
Final screen appearance as Liv Ullmann's mother in "Forty Carats", produced by Frankovich
1973:
Final screen appearance as Liv Ullmann's mother in "40 Carats", produced by Frankovich

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