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Janette Scott

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Born: December 14, 1938 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Morecambe, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
How to Lose Friends & Alienate People (2008)
Sidney Young is a smalltime, bumbling, British celebrity journalist who is hired by an upscale magazine in New York City. In spectacular fashion, Sidney enters high society and burns bridges with bosses, peers and superstars.
2.
Bikini Paradise (1967) as Rachel
3.
Contest Girl (1966) as Shirley Freeman
On a seaside holiday, pretty Bristol typist Shirley meets Dan Mackenzie from her local paper. He persuades her that she has what it takes in the world of beauty contests, and so it proves. Ditching her predictable fiance and having to leave home, Shirley moves to London to continuing success. Increasingly smitten by her, Dan reckons he should be more than just her manager, but this is not at all the way Shirley sees things.
4.
Crack in the World (1965) as Mrs. Maggie Sorensen
Dana Andrews, Janette Scott, Kieron Moore, Alexander Knox, John Karlsen. While trying to drill through the earth's crust in hopes of finding a new source of energy beneath the molten rock, a scientist inadvertently creates a crack in the world, resulting in worldwide disasters.
5.
Siege of the Saxons (1963) as Katherine
A knight must prove himself worthy of marrying King Arthur's daughter.
6.
The Old Dark House (1963) as Cecily
An eccentric millionaire invites a car salesman to visit his decaying family home.
7.
Paranoiac (1963) as Eleanor Ashby
Simon Ashby is a wealthy psychotic who is is coddled by his mother in their palatial mansion outside of London. One day, Ashby's long lost brother mysteriously arrives at the house, but events prove that he is an impostor, sent by Keith Kossett, son of the attorney for the family estate, who has been dipping into the family trust fund.
8.
The Day of the Triffids (1962) as Karen Goodwin
A shower of meteorites produces a glow that blinds anyone that looks at it. As it was such a beautiful sight, most people were watching, and as a consequence, 99% of the population go blind. This chaos results in the escape of some Triffids: experimental plants that are capable of moving themselves around and attacking people.
9.
Two and Two Make Six (1962) as Irene
10.
Double Bunk (1961) as Peggy Deeley
11.
School For Scoundrels (1960) as April Smith
Based on the Stephen Potter "One Upmanship" and "Lifemanship" books, Henry Palfrey tries hard to impress but always loses out to the rotter Delauney. Then he discovers the Lifeman college run by "Professor" Potter and discovers the secrets of success. But has he the courage to put all his lessons into effect ?
12.
The Devil's Disciple (1959) as Judith Anderson
A preacher and a rebel leader change places during the Revolution.
13.
Happy Is the Bride (1958) as Janet Royd
In a quiet summer corner of Wiltshire that is forever England, David and Janet decide to tie the knot. Unfortunately this is the cue for everyone else to take over proceedings, to the dismay of the couple and the increasing despair of Janet's father. One way or another the wedding - if there is one - is going to be an unforgettable occasion.
14.
As Long as They're Happy (1957) as Gwen
An American pop sensation invades a London stockbroker's home.
15.
Helen of Troy (1956) as Cassandra
A shipwrecked prince's love for a married queen triggers war between Greece and Troy.
16.
No Highway in the Sky (1951) as Elspeth Honey
An engineer fights to prove that a new model airplane is not safe.
17.
The Magic Box (1951)
A successful photographer becomes obsessed with inventing a motion picture projector.
18.
2,000 Women (1944)
The Nazis turn a posh hotel into a POW camp for Englishwomen stranded in France.

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