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Mrs. Todhunter (Character)
from The Lady Vanishes (1938)

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The Lady Vanishes -- While traveling in continental Europe, a rich young playgirl realizes that an elderly lady seems to have disappeared from the train.
The Lady Vanishes -- Trailer for The Lady Vanishes
The Lady Vanishes -- In Alfred Hitchcock's most quick-witted and devilish comic thriller, the beautiful Margaret Lockwood, traveling across Europe by train, meets a charming spinster (Dame May Whitty), who then seems to disappear into thin air. The younger woman turns investigator and finds herself drawn into a complex web of mystery and high adventure.

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Alternate Names:
'Mrs Todhunter / 'Mrs.' Todhunter / Mrs.' Todhunter


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  1. The Lady Vanishes (2013) (TV) Played by Keeley Hawes

  2. The Lady Vanishes (1979) Played by Jenny Runacre

  3. The Lady Vanishes (1938) Played by Linden Travers (as 'Mrs.' Todhunter)

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From The Lady Vanishes (1938)
'Mrs.' Margaret Todhunter: [having been given the choice between a double or two single rooms, Eric Todhunter has hastily chosen the two singles] You might at least have asked which one I preferred.
Eric Todhunter: Please Margaret, a double room in a place like this?
'Mrs.' Margaret Todhunter: You weren't so particular in Paris last fall.
Eric Todhunter: That was different then, the exhibition was at its height.
'Mrs.' Margaret Todhunter: I realise that now. There's no need to rub it in!
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