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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'
Film acting debut, in first of some 25 short comedies opposite Stanley Lupino
Starred onstage in Noel Coward's "Cavalcade"
Had first major feature role in "A Night in Montmartre"
Co-starred opposite Charles Laughton in "The Private Life of Henry VIII"
Moved to the USA
Hollywood debut in "There's Always Tomorrow"
Portrayed Lillian Russell in "Diamond Jim"
Appeared opposite Randolph Scott in "The Last of the Mohicans"
Delivered a fine turn as a golddiging vamp in "Three Smart Girls"
Played Lady Mere, whose husband sues to end their marriage, in "The Divorce of Lady X"
Offered a delightful comic turn in "Three Blind Mice"
Co-starred as Milady De Winter in "The Three Muskateers"
Appeared in support of Nelson Eddy and Jeannette MacDonald in the film adaptation of the Rodgers and Hart musical "I Married an Angel"
Teamed with John Wayne in the Western "In Old California"
Garnered laughs for her turn in the farcical "Up in Mabel's Room"
Supported Abbott and Costello in "The Timeof Their Lives"
Moved to Italy
Portrayed Russian Empress Catherine the Great in "Shadow of the Eagle"
Appeared in "La Strada Buia/Fugitive Lady", produced by second husband M J Frankovich
Co-starred with Louis Jourdan and Joan Fontaine in "Decameron Nights"
Last film appearance for more than a decade, "Fire Over Africa"
Sole producing credit, "Thunderstorm"
Returned to films to play Sister Celestine in "The Trouble With Angels", directed by Ida Lupino
Reprised role of Sister Celestine in the sequel "Where Angels Go... Trouble Follows"
Final screen appearance as Liv Ullmann's mother in "Forty Carats", produced by Frankovich
Final screen appearance as Liv Ullmann's mother in "40 Carats", produced by Frankovich
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