Jean Kent



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Prince And The Showgirl, The (1957) -- (Movie Clip) But It Was Beloved Last Night! American showgirl Elsie (Marilyn Monroe) awakens at the Carpathian embassy in London, having passed out on vodka the night before, now feeling receptive to the hesitant romantic overtures offered by the regent (Laurence Olivier, who also directed), posing new problems, in The Prince And The Showgirl, 1957.
Prince And The Showgirl, The (1957) -- (Movie Clip) He's Not Serene! After prologue on obscure European politics, we meet first Elsie (Marilyn Monroe) backstage (with dresser Gladys Henson) then the visiting Carpathian regent (Laurence Olivier, also directing), London circa 1911, Jean Kent as leading lady Maisie, in The Prince And The Showgirl, 1957.
Rake's Progress, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Oxford 1931 Changing of setting from boyhood, Rex Harrison as "Kenway" establishing his creds as the title character, then friends Sandy (Griffith Jones) and Jill (Jean Kent) in support, in The Rake's Progress, 1945.
Browning Version, The (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Lord Dismiss Us Opening scene in assembly at the school chapel, in which headmaster Frobisher (Wilfrid Hyde-White) announces the departure of Crocker-Harris (Michael Redgrave), in Anthony Asquith's The Browning Version, 1950.
Browning Version, The (1950) -- (Movie Clip) School For Backward Boys Ousted teacher Crocker-Harris (Michael Redgrave) interrupts his wife (Jean Kent) and her lover, his colleague Hunter (Nigel Patrick) who comiserates until pupil Taplow (Brian Smith) arrives, in The Browning Version, 1950.