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Also Known As: Died: June 13, 1969
Born: January 30, 1900 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Argentina Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

The Best House in London (1969) as Headmistress
Government officials try to organize a state bawdy house in Victorian England.
Bunny Lake Is Missing (1965) as Ada Ford
A distraught mother searches for her seemingly non-existent daughter, bringing her sanity into question.
Becket (1964) as Queen Matilda
England's King Henry II appoints his best friend Archbishop of Canterbury then turns on him.
The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964) as Grand Duchess Elise Lupovinova
Musical biography of the backwoods girl who struck it rich in Colorado and survived the Titanic.
I Like Money (1962) as Baroness
Mr. Topaze (Peter Sellers) is an unassuming school teacher in an unassuming small French town who is honest to a fault. He is fired when he refuses to give a passing grade to a bad student, the grandson of a wealthy Baroness (Martita Hunt). Castel Benac (Herbert Lom), a government official who runs a crooked financial business on the side, is persuaded by his mistress, Suzy (Nadia Gray), a musical comedy actress, to hire Mr. Topaze as the front man for his business. Gradually, Topaze becomes a rapacious financier who sacrifices his honesty for success and, in a final stroke of business bravado, fires Benac and acquires Suzy in the deal. An old friend and colleague, Tamise (Michael Gough) questions him and tells Topaze that if what he now says and practices indicates there are no more honest men.
The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm (1962) as Story teller
Fanciful biography of the German fairy-tale collectors, with reenactments of three of their stories.
The Brides of Dracula (1960) as Baroness Meinster
A handsome vampire stalks the students at a remote girl''s school.
Song Without End (1960) as Grand Duchess
Musical genius Franz Liszt betrays his lover to court a married princess.
Bonjour Tristesse (1958) as Philippe's mother
A jealous teenage girl plots to end her father's engagement.
Me and the Colonel (1958) as Mother Superior
A Polish officer unwillingly helps a Jewish refugee escape from the Nazis.
Paradise Lagoon (1958) as Lady [Emily] Brocklehurst
When a family is shipwrecked on a desert island, their butler comes to the rescue.
Dangerous Exile (1958) as Aunt Fell
A nobleman rescues King Louis XVI''''s son from the French Revolution.
Spies, The (1957) as Nurse
A psychiatrist running a run-down sanitarium is offered a huge sum of money to hide a mysterious man in his hospital as a patient. Soon, more mysterious men arrive - spies and secret scientists - from other countries, until his little hospital is taken over by some international espionage ring.
Three Men in a Boat (1956) as Mrs Willis
Harris, J, and George decide to take a holiday boating up the Thames to Oxford. Battling against Hampton Court maze, tents, rain, locks, and Henley Regatta the accident-prone threesome have one success anyway - they meet Sophie, Primrose and Bluebell.
Anastasia (1956) as Baroness Elena von Livenbaum
A group of exiled Russians claim to have found the living daughter of the Tsar, presumed executed in 1918.
King's Rhapsody (1955) as Queen Mother
Melba (1953) as Madame Mathilde Marchesi
The highly fictionalized story of Nellie Melba, Australian-born soporano who rose to operatic fame in the latter part of the 19th century and who had a desert and form of dry toast (true) named after her. In her film debut, the Metropolitan opera's Patrice Munsel, plays the title role in a film that primarily strings together eight excerts from well-known operas as well as one or two lighter numbers and a montage of famous opera personalities featuring the chorus of the Covent Garden Opera and members of the Sadler Wells Ballet. The story follows the career of Melba from the time she left her father's Australian cattle ranch and a suitor to travel to Paris to get her voice training, and picks up another suitor. She debuts in Brussells and is a smash hit followed by international fame. The suitor from Australia shows up in Monte Carlo, marries her and soon is cast in the role of "Mr. Melba" until he can take it no longer and returns to Australia, while Melba decides her voice belongs to the world and sadly goes on alone.
The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men (1952) as Queen Eleanor
A young Robin Hood bands together a group of men to avenge his father¿s death and help the oppressed people of the land.
The Fan (1949) as Duchess of Berwick
A happy marriage is placed at risk when the husband starts spending his afternoons with a social climbing adventuress.
So Evil My Love (1948) as Mrs. Courtney, Sr.
A con artist seduces a missionary's widow into joining his crooked schemes.
Anna Karenina (1948) as Princess Tversky
Adaptation of Tolstoy's classic tale of a woman who deserts her family for an illicit love.
Great Expectations (1946) as Miss Havisham
A mysterious benefactor finances a young boy's education.
The Wicked Lady (1945) as Agatha Trimble
A married woman finds new thrills as a masked robber on the highways.
Man in Grey, The (1943) as Miss Patch
At an estate auction in WWII England, two strangers meet and muse about their families' history and possible connections. Flashbacks reveal the story of the sweet, rich, and beautiful Clarissa Richmond and her friendship with bitter, impoverished Hesther Snow. Their fates are intertwined even as their paths diverge. Clarissa marries the handsome but cruel Marquis of Rohan while Hesther becomes an actress. Eventually, the two women meet again and Clarissa brings the scheming Hester into her household. As Clarissa searches for true love, Hesther plots to take away everything that belongs to her.
Wings and the Woman (1942) as Schoolmistress
Two real-life aviation pioneers try to find happiness in marriage.
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) as English woman at Austrian inn
A cold-hearted teacher becomes the school favorite when he''s thawed by a beautiful young woman.
Prison Without Bars (1939) as Mme. Appel
Suzanne, Renee, Nina and Marta all hate their prison and all the girls are trying to escape while Madame Appel just causes chaos throughout the whole film. The girls are used to being slapped and treated badly, so when Yvonne comes along and asks them to tell her their complaints, they don't believe her at first.
Troopship (1937) as Mrs. Swayle
Where There's a Will (1937) as Lady Bagshott
Nine Days a Queen (1936) as Jane's mother
A young noblewoman becomes a pawn for dueling factions in 16th century England.
First a Girl (1935) as Saraphina
An out-of-work actress passes herself off as a female impersonator and becomes a star.
I Was a Spy (1933) as Aunt Lucille
Reserved for Ladies (1932) as Aline
A waiter poses as a prince to win a beautiful aristocrat.

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