Sara Allgood


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That Hamilton Woman (1941) - Such Godlike Simplicity The flashback begins, introducing Sir William Hamilton (Alan Mowbray), the British ambassador to Naples, and a dazzling double entrance, first by portrait, of young Emma (Vivien Leigh), accompanied by her mother (Sara Allgood), in Alexander Korda's That Hamilton Woman, 1941, also starring Laurence Olivier.
That Hamilton Woman (1941) - My Only Idea Of Happiness Still giddy over her social achievements (and reflecting on her disreputable former fiancè) Emma (now-Lady) Hamilton (Vivien Leigh) is awakened in her Naples bedroom, with her excited mother (Sara Allgood) and her fussy ambassador husband (Alan Mowbray) as the leading man (Laurence Olivier, Leigh’s husband, as Captain Nelson) is introduced, in Alexander Korda’s That Hamilton Woman, 1941.
How Green Was My Valley (1941) - I First Saw Bron Irving Pichel's narration as the grown Huw (Roddy McDowall) continues, introducing Bronwyn (Anna Lee) to the Morgans as bride to brother Ivor (Patric Knowles), mother (Sara Algood) and dad (Donald Crisp) featured along with sister Maureen O'Hara (who would name her daughter Bronwyn!), early in John Ford's Welsh family saga How Green Was My Valley, 1941.
How Green Was My Valley (1941) - The Men Will Come Out In turn-of-the-century South Wales, Morgan (Donald Crisp) is a senior coal miner, not as angry over wage cuts as his sons (James Monks, John Loder, Richard Fraser, Evan S. Evans) who walk out amicably, in John Ford's film from the Richard Llewellyn novel, How Green Was My Valley, 1941.
How Green Was My Valley (1941) - Here's A Man Won't Get Drunk After the wedding of Welsh Bronwyn (Anna Lee) and Owen (Patric Knowles), his young brother Huw watches, the new preacher and celebrant (Walter Pidgeon) arrives, greeted by sister (Maureen O'Hara), and the father (Donald Crisp) with a nutty dance, director John Ford loving it, in How Green Was My Valley, 1941.
How Green Was My Valley (1941) - Handmaiden Of The Lord New preacher Gruffydd (Walter Pidgeon) visits injured Huw (Roddy McDowall), under the care of his sister-in-law Bronwyn (Anna Lee) and sister Angharad (Maureen O'Hara), who is especially grateful, in John Ford's Welsh mining family saga How Green Was My Valley, 1941.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941) - In God's Own Time... A nicely staged piece of Anglican high church sees the Bishop (C. Aubrey Smith) interrupted by the erratic Higgins (Barton MacLane) who is then rescued by the intrigued Jekyll (Spencer Tracy) in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, 1941.
Blackmail (1929) - Knives Is Not Right We know that shopgirl Alice (Anny Ondra, voice by Joan Barry) is behind the stabbing that everyone's talking about, her mum and dad (Sara Allgood, Charles Paton) and especially the neighbor (Phyllis Monkman), Alfred Hitchcock having fun directing his first talking picture, Blackmail, 1929.

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