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Also Known As: Muguette Mary Jenkins Died: October 5, 1998
Born: April 21, 1917 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Cheshire, England, GB Profession: actor

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Asylum (1972) Miss Higgins
2.
 David Copperfield (1970) Clara Peggotty
3.
 Cop-Out (1968) Mrs. Christophorides
4.
 Oliver! (1968) Mrs. Bedwin
5.
 Walk in the Shadow (1966) Mrs. Gordon
6.
 Murder Most Foul (1965) Mrs. Thomas
7.
 Bunny Lake Is Missing (1965) Hospital sister
8.
 Young and Willing (1964) Mrs. Corbett
9.
 Friends and Neighbors (1963) Lily Grimshaw
10.
 Macbeth (1963) Gentlewoman
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1970:
Appeared in NBC's adaptation of "David Copperfield"
1940:
Gave a critically acclaimed performance in Emlyn Williams' play "Light of Heart"
1951:
Played a mentally unstable mother in Tennessee Williams' "Summer and Smoke" for the London stage
1945:
Portrayed the mother of a possible messiah in "The Wind of Heaven"
1956:
Won the prestigious Clarence Derwent Award for her performance in Arthur Miller's "View from the Bridge"
1937:
Moved to London
1968:
Played a maid in the musical adaptation "Oliver!"
1954:
Acted in the title role of a London stage production of Pinero's "School Mistress"
1973:
Appeared in a BBC production of "Jane Eyre", broadcast on PBS in the US in 1982
1984:
Appeared in the syndicated miniseries "A Woman of Substance"
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During World War II, appeared in several patriotic movies designed to support the war effort, including "Millions Like Us"(1943)
1974:
Starred in the ABC miniseries "Turn of the Screw"
1933:
Took her first professional role, playing a German hausfrau in the Liverpool Repertory Company's production of "The Lift That Failed"
1972:
Appeared in the Peter Cushing horror vehicle "Asylum"
1965:
Played a nurse in the zany mystery "Bunny Lake Is Missing"
1958:
Played Ingrid Bergman's housekeeper in "Indiscreet"
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Education

School of Dancing and Dramatic Art: -

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husband:
George Routledge. Married in 1943; divorced in 1959.

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