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Edina Ronay

Edina Ronay

  • Our Mother's House (1967) November 12 (ET) - Reminder REMINDER
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Swordsman, The (1974) as Guy Champion
2.
He Who Rides a Tiger (1968) as Anna
3.
Praise Marx and Pass the Ammunition (1968) as Lucy
A supposed Marxist travels around Britain trying to start a revolution, but constnaly gets sidetracked by his penchant for bedding with women he picks up on his way. Soon, his party leaders prepare a tribunal to ask for his ouster.
4.
Our Mother's House (1967) as Doreen
Afraid of being separated, a family of children keep their mother's death a secret.
5.
Prehistoric Women (1967) as Saria
A jungle guide time travels to an era of evil brunettes with blonde slaves.
6.
A Study in Terror (1966) as Mary Kelly
Sherlock Holmes tries to unmask Jack the Ripper.
7.
The Black Torment (1964) as Lucy Judd
A lord returns to his manor with his new wife, to hear rumours that he had already secretly returned and had committed several murders. Has he lost his mind, or is something dark afoot ?
8.
Night Train to Paris (1964) as Julie
Former OSS officer Alan Holiday (Leslie Nielsen), now living in London, is visited on New Year's Eve by Catherine Carrel (Alizia Gur) who says she is a close friend of Jules Lemoine (Hugh Latimer) who served with Holiday during the war. Lemoine urgently requests that Holiday go to Paris on a secret mission. Lemoine visits and wants Alan to deliver a reel of tape which he gives him, and keeps a fake reel himself to deceive enemy agents. Lemoine is killed and the fake tape stolen. Holiday, poses as an assistant to photographer Louis Vernay (Andre Marrane), and they take three models along to further the ruse.

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