Elizabeth Allan


Actor
Elizabeth Allan

Biography

Life Events

1927

First role on stage at Old Vic

1931

Film acting debut in "Alibi"

Photo Collections

A Tale of Two Cities (1935) - Movie Poster
Here is a Window Card from MGM's A Tale of Two Cities (1935), starring Ronald Colman. Window Cards were mini posters designed to be placed in store windows around town during a film's engagement. A blank space at the top of the poster featured theater and playdate infromation.

Videos

Movie Clip

Mark Of The Vampire (1935) - A Certain Thorny Weed Lionel Barrymore (Professor Zelin) taking over treatment of vampire-bitten Irena (Elizabeth Allen), while her guardian the Baron (Jean Hersholt) tells the inspector (Lionel Atwill) that her dad may not be dead, then ensuing chatter, in director Tod Browning's Mark Of The Vampire, 1935.
Mark Of The Vampire (1935) - This Is No Time For Levity Servants (Leila Bennett, Ivan Simpson) bat-proofing, the count (Bela Lugosi) undeterred, inspector (Lionel Atwill) doubtful, professor (Lionel Barrymore) advises the baron (Jean Hersholt), Elizabeth Allen under guard, her dad (Holmes Herbert) confirmed un-dead, in Mark Of The Vampire, 1935.
Cheyenne Autumn (1964) - As A Christian Gentleman Wyatt Earp (James Stewart) and Doc Holliday (Arthur Kennedy) are Western bons vivants inconvenienced by the Indian uprising, in a side-plot in John Ford's Cheyenne Autumn, 1964.
Went The Day Well? (1942) - Battle Of Bramley End Unique opening and premise, Mervyn Johns recounts the not-then-secured victory over Germany, in a fictional Worcestershire town, locals Tom, Peggy and Ivy (Frank Lawton, Elizabeth Allan, Thora Hird) introduced, in the Ealing Studios yarn of a Nazi invasion, Went The Day Well?, 1942.
Diamond Head (1963) - Who Owns The Ocean? Ship to Honolulu brings family friends and new lovers Paul (James Darren) and Sloan (Yvette Mimieux) home from school, his native Hawaiian mom (Aline MacMahon) and her prospective-senator brother Richard (Charlton Heston), with sister-in-law (Elizabeth Allan), greeting, in Diamond Head, 1963.
Diamond Head (1963) - Kings Are Out Of Date Director Guy Green is biting off huge chunks of Hawaii scenery through the opening, leading man Charlton Heston, we learn, is land-owner Howland, Laura (Elizabeth Allan) his sister-in-law, greeted by political operatives (Vaughn Taylor, Edward Mallory) in from Honolulu, in Diamond Head, 1963.
Reserved for Ladies - Opening Credits Opening credits for Hungarian-born Alexander Korda's first film as a director, Reserved for Ladies, 1932, from a story by equally Hungarian Ernest Vajda, starring Leslie Howard.
Reserved for Ladies - Miss Robertson Meeting first by chance on a rainy London street, Max (Leslie Howard) contrives a series of meetings with dazzling Miss Robertson (Elizabeth Allan) in Alexander Korda's Reserved for Ladies, 1932.
Reserved for Ladies - Full House Tonight Max (Leslie Howard) is the soul of grace in this scene revealing that he's the head waiter at the Grand Palace Hotel, until he takes a call from the guest Miss Robertson (Elizabeth Allan) in Reserved for Ladies, 1932.

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