June Duprez


Actor
June Duprez

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None But the Lonely Heart - Lobby Cards
Here are a few Lobby Cards from RKO's None But the Lonely Heart (1944), starring Cary Grant. Lobby Cards were 11" x 14" posters that came in sets of 8. As the name implies, they were most often displayed in movie theater lobbies, to advertise current or coming attractions.

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Four Feathers, The (1939) - If We Were Free London, 1895, Harry (John Clements) discovers his miscalculation, wife Ethne (June Duprez) not welcoming his resignation from the army, her father (C. Aubrey Smith) just returned from seeing off his comrades, who have sent a message, a pivotal moment in Zoltan Korda's The Four Feathers, 1939.
That Brennan Girl (1946) - Don't Forget Mother's Day After an opening establishing San Francisco, 1946, churches and marriages, Mona Freeman as Ziggy meets a kid (uncredited) then rushes to her mother (June Duprez) who, it transpires, wants to be seen as her sister, in That Brennan Girl, 1946, based on a story reported for the San Francisco Examiner by Adela Rogers St. Johns.
That Brennan Girl (1946) - Cold As An Igloo Another anecdote from her hard-case San Fransisco upbringing, Mona Freeman as Ziggy (title character) gets sprung by her brassy mother (June Duprez) then at a party with Ed (Steve Pendleton), usurped by James Dunn (his first scene, as Denny), in Republic Pictures’ That Brennan Girl, 1946.
Spy In Black, The (a.k.a. U-Boat 29) -- (1939) - We'll Have To Take The Hearse Brilliant bit by director Michael Powell, working for the first time with screenwriter Emeric Pressburger, teacher Anne (June Duprez) thinks her trip to Scotland is being saved by a wealthy traveler (Helen Haye) and her chauffeur (Valerie Hobson), who are really German spies, in The Spy In Black (a.k.a U-Boat 29), 1939.
And Then There Were None (1945) - The Place For Nursery Rhymes Director Rene Clair is still cycling through Agatha Christie's ten island guests, Walter Huston and Barry Fitzgerald, Mischa Auer on the piano, Richard Haydn playing the record, when the gimmick is revealed, to C. Aubrey Smith, Judith Anderson, June Duprez, Louis Hayward, Roland Young and Queenie Leonard, early in And Then There Were None, 1945.
And Then There Were None (1945) - What A Quiet Place Director Rene Clair wastes not a word introducing Agatha Christie's characters, Louis Hayward, June Duprez, Walter Huston, Barry Fitzgerald, C. Aubrey Smith, Roland Young, Judith Anderson, Mischa Auer and Harry Thurston joining Queenie Leonard and Richard Haydn on the island, opening And Then There Were None, 1945.
And Then There Were None (1945) - She Doesn't Look Good One of their number dead already, Barry Fitzgerald, Judith Anderson, June Duprez, C. Aubrey Smith, Louis Hayward, Roland Young and Walter Huston learn from Richard Haydn that their absent host isn't kidding, in Rene Clair's And Then There Were None, 1945.

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