Phyllis Calvert


Actor
Phyllis Calvert

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Let George Do It! (1940) - Good Evening, Herr Hitler Late in the feature and maybe a spoiler, George Formby (as accidental hero-spy Hepplewhite) has been drugged by under-cover Nazis (Garry Marsh, Romney Brent), and dreams of thwarting their schemes, rescuing pretty colleague Mary (Phyllis Calvert) and finally slugging der Führer, in the Formby vehicle Let George Do It!, 1940.
Let George Do It! (1940) - Mr. Wu's A Window Cleaner Now letgeorgedoit_mrwusawindowcleanernow_FC
Battle Of The Villa Fiorita, The (1965) - Most Lovers Ask Each Other Top-billed Maureen O'Hara narrates director Delmer Daves' opening, as English housewife Moira, charmed by the visiting Italian artist, co-star Rosanno Brazzi, then chided by peers (Phyllis Calvert, Maxine Audley, Ursula Jeans), in The Battle Of The Villa Fiorita, 1965.
Mandy (1952) - Anxious Young Mother Stuff Phyllis Thaxter narrates as young mother Christine, Eleanor Summerfield her visiting friend Lily, Terence Morgan her husband Harry, suddenly worried about her young daughter, opening Alexander Mackendrick's Mandy, 1952, from Ealing Studios.
Mandy (1952) - No Hearing At All Persuaded by friend Lily (Eleanor Summerfield) to seek further help, mother Christine (Phyllis Calvert) meets grouchy deafness specialist Searle (Jack Hawkins, his first scene), on location at the Royal Residential School for the Deaf in Manchester, England, in Mandy, 1952.
Mandy (1952) - One Of The Lucky Ones Child star Mandy Miller in her first appearance in the title role, director Alexander Mackendrick with a terrifying moment, as mother Christine (Phyllis Calvert) narrates, then joins father Harry (Terence Morgan), unable to help their child, in Mandy, 1952.
Oscar Wilde (1960) - Lady Windermere's Fan Following credits, Robert Morley (title character) in his box with wife Constance (Phyllis Calvert) and friend (Dennis Price), receiving praise and a fateful introduction to Alfred Douglas (John Neville), in the 1960 Vantage Films production Oscar Wilde.
Indiscreet (1958) - Scottish Reel Philip (Cary Grant), unaware that his date Anna (Ingrid Bergman) is fuming mad, mugs his way through a Scottish Reel at a dress banquet in director Stanley Donen's Indiscreet, 1958.
Indiscreet (1958) - How Do You Do? Actress Anna Kalman (Ingrid Bergman) is in her pajamas visiting with her in-laws (Cecil Parker and Phyllis Calvert) when Philip Adams (Cary Grant) appears in Indiscreet, 1958.

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Peter Murray-Hill
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