Mona Washbourne


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Mona Washbourne

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Night Must Fall (1964) - Girl's A Funny Creature We met Danny (Albert Finney) hacking and hiding a female body in a nearby pond, now leaving his hotel job and scooting about Hertfordshire, north of London, to meet Mrs. Bramson (Mona Washbourne), employer of his pregnant girlfriend Dora (Sheila Hancock), in the MGM-British remake of Emlyn Williams’ Night Must Fall, 1964.
Night Must Fall (1964) - Open, Danny, Olivia Opening from director Karel Reisz, screenplay by Clive Exton from the sensational Emlyn Williams play, first filmed with Robert Montgomery in 1937, introduces Susan Hampshire whom we’ll learn is Olivia, and co-producer Albert Finney as Danny, hiding a body, Ron Grainer’s score doing much of the lifting, in Night Must Fall, 1964, from MGM-British studios.
Night Must Fall (1964) - Have A Look At The Police Danny (Albert Finney), whom we know is responsible for the body the police are now searching for in the nearby pond, has just begun working as a handyman for Mrs. Branson, employer of his pregnant maid girlfriend, and mother of not-charmed Olivia (Susan Hampshire), in Night Must Fall, 1964, directed by Karel Reisz.
Bed Sitting Room, The (1969) - I Don't Want A Bathroom! In the underground, Father (Arthur Lowe) finds 17-months pregnant Penelope (Rita Tushingham) with Alan (Richard Warwick), then Nurse (Marty Feldman) examines Lord Fortnum (Ralph Richardson), in Richard Lester's post-nuclear-war comedy The Bed Sitting Room, 1969.
Billy Liar (1963) - A Day Of Big Decisions Ignoring his Mum, Dad and Gram (Mona Washbourne, Wilfred Pickles and Ethel Griffies) Billy (Tom Courtenay) enjoys a waking dream (featuring Julie Christie) of the Republic of Ambrosia in the first narrative scene from Billy Liar, 1963, directed by John Schlesinger.
Billy Liar (1963) - Genius Or Madman? Hiding his un-mailed calendars from his parents (Mona Washbourne, Wilfred Pickles) , Billy (Tom Courtenay) imagines himself a crusading writer under-cover in prison, emerging (from the real Wormwood Scrubs, London) to universal acclaim, in John Schlesinger's Billy Liar, 1963.
Cast A Dark Shadow - Open, Second Honeymoon Mona Washbourne and Dirk Bogarde enjoy beachfront Haunted House ride as metaphor, in the opening from director Lewis Gilbert's Cast A Dark Shadow, 1955, also starring Margaret Lockwood and Kay Walsh.

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