Adrienne Corri



Life Events


First role on London stage


Film acting debut


Movie Clip

Viking Queen, The (1967) -- (Movie Clip) I Must Name My Successor Dying king Priam (Wilfrid Lawson)of Britain's Iceni tribe, daughters Salina, Beatrice and Talia (Carita, Adrienne Cori, Nicola Pagett) standing by, deals with Druid priest Maelgan (Donald Houston), and chooses an unexpected successor, in The Viking Queen, 1967, from Hammer films.
Viking Queen, The (1967) -- (Movie Clip) The Empire Needs Slaves! At her father's funeral, new tribal queen Salina (Carita) is not cool with rites overseen by Druid priest Maelgan (Donald Houston), when rowdy Roman occupiers ride up, their commander Justinian (Don Murray) soon persuading all to chill, in The Viking Queen, 1967, from Hammer Films.
River, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) It Brought A Young Man Further exposition, June Hillman reading from Rumer Godden's novel, from the perspective of young Harriet (Patricia Walter), emphasis this time on Valerie (Adrienne Corri), the parents (Nora Swinburne, Esmond Knight) and especially Nan (Suprova Mukerjee), early in Jean Renoir's The River, 1951.
River, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Hindus Believe In One God Narration by June Hillman, in the voice of author Rumer Godden and the character Harriet (Patricia Walters), continues, as director Jean Renoir depicts the Indian festival Diwali, Thomas E. Breen as visiting "Captain John," in The River, 1951.
River, The (1951) -- (Movie Clip) The Story Of My First Love Narration by June Hillman, text from the novel by Rumer Godden, cinematography by the director's nephew Claude, shooting on location on the Hooghly river in West Bengal, north of Calcutta, India, opening Jean Renoir's celebrated The River, 1951.
Clockwork Orange, A (1971) -- (Movie Clip) Singin' In The Rain Bored hooligans Alex (Malcolm McDowell) and gang (Michael Tarn, James Marcus, Warren Clarke) decide to raid the suburban home of writer Alexander (Patrick Magee) and wife (Adrienne Corri), and producer-director Stanley Kubrick paid for the rights to the song, in A Clockwork Orange, 1971.
Study In Terror, A -- (Movie Clip) I'll Have You Carved! Victim-to-be Polly (Christiane Maybach) tangles with customers then with barkeep Steiner (Peter Carsten) before meeting her end in the Sherlock Holmes/Jack The Ripper yarn A Study In Terror, 1966.