Kathleen Byron


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Black Narcissus - You're All Jealous Of Me! Sister Superior Clodagh (Deborah Kerr) confronts Sister Ruth (Kathleen Byron), who's cracking up, now out of her habit and ready to leave their Himalayan convent, in Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's Black Narcissus, 1947
Black Narcissus (1947) - You're Slipping Going about business in their Himalayan convent, Sister Superior Ruth (Deborah Kerr) is surprised when local agent Dean (David Farrar) springs Kanchi (Jean Simmons) on her, recruiting Sister Briony (Judith Furse) for support, in Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's Black Narcissus, 1947.
Hour Of Glory (a.k.a. The Small Back Room) -- (1949) - It's A Bit Hush-Hush Second scene introduces David Farrar as the protagonist, weapons expert Sammy in London, 1943, Kathleen Byron as Susan, secretary for his unit, Michael Gough the officer seeking his help, Sid James the barkeep, early in Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s Hour Of Glory (a.k.a. The Small Back Room), 1949.
Hour Of Glory (a.k.a. The Small Back Room) -- (1949) - Highland Clan Already well into the scene, disabled alcoholic weapons expert Sammy (David Farrar), believing he’s been abandoned by girlfriend Susan (Kathleen Bryon), struggles with his medicine and especially the bottle they’ve been “saving for V-Day,” writer-directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger taking it abstract, in Hour Of Glory (a.k.a. The Small Back Room), 1949.
Hour Of Glory (a.k.a. The Small Back Room) -- (1949) - I Never Nurs'd A Dear Gazelle At a London club ca. 1943, researcher Sammy (David Farrar), who has lost a foot and become an alcoholic, waits for girlfriend and colleague Susan (Kathleen Byron), unsure why she stays with him, turning together to a poem by the Irishman Thomas Moore when an unwelcome friend appears, in Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger’s Hour Of Glory (a.k.a. The Small Back Room), 1949.
Gambler And The Lady, The (1952) - They'll Toss You Back Into The Gutter American ex-con Forster (Dane Clark), at his London casino with his Maitre’d (Julian Somers), receives potential rivals (Eric Pohlmann, Enzo Coticchia), forgetting his date with angry girlfriend Pat (Kathleen Byron), who dislikes his social aspirations, in Hammer Films’ The Gambler And The Lady, 1952.
Gambler And The Lady, The (1952) - I Adore Rich Men At his London casino, socially anxious American Forster (Dane Clark) joins the party of nobleman Peter (Anthony Forwood), meeting cruel friend Janey (Jane Griffiths) and kind sister Susan (Naomi Chance), not noticing his jealous girlfriend (Kathleen Byron), in The Gambler And The Lady, 1952.

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