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Elizabeth Allan (I) (1910–1990)

Elizabeth Allan was born on April 9, 1910 in Skegness, Lincolnshire, England. She was an actress, known for A Tale of Two Cities (1935), David Copperfield (1935) and Camille (1936). She was married to Wilfred J. O'Bryen. She died on July 27, 1990 in Hove, East Sussex, England. See full bio »

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 1967-1968 The Very Merry Widow (TV Series)
Millicent Dickson / Millicent Frobisher
- Under Cover, If Wet (1968) ... Millicent Dickson
- Anything Legal Considered (1968) ... Millicent Dickson
- Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen (1968) ... Millicent Dickson
- Creepy Time Down South (1967) ... Millicent Dickson
- The Thing's the Play (1967) ... Millicent Frobisher
 1961 Call Oxbridge 2000 (TV Series)
Peggy Graham
- Episode #1.3 (1961) ... Peggy Graham
- Episode #1.1 (1961) ... Peggy Graham
 1958 The Haunted Strangler
Barbara Rankin
 1956 Aggie (TV Series)
- Top Secret (1956) ... Toni
 1956 The Chalet (TV Movie)
Cyra Carter
 1955-1956 The Adventures of Annabel (TV Series)
- Trouble for Company (1956) ... Annabel
- Fair Exchange (1956) ... Annabel
- The Memento Mori (1955) ... Annabel
- Busman's Holiday (1955) ... Annabel
- Say It with Music (1955) ... Annabel
 1955 Channel Nine (TV Short)
 1955 The Brain Machine
Dr. Phillipa Roberts
 1954 Front Page Story
Susan Grant
 1953 Twice Upon a Time
Carol-Anne Bailey
 1953 Call Me Madam
Singing Telephone Operator (uncredited)
 1952 Folly to Be Wise
Angela Prout
 1951 The Concert (TV Movie)
Frances Hein
 1951 No Highway in the Sky
Shirley Scott
 1949 If This Be Sin
Lady Sybil
 1948 Virtuoso (TV Movie)
Judith Wainwright
 1945 He Snoops to Conquer
Jane Strawbridge
 1942 Went the Day Well?
 1942 The Great Mr. Handel
Mrs. Cibber
 1940 Saloon Bar
 1940 The Girl Who Forgot
Leonora Barradine
 1939 Inquest
Margaret Hamilton
 1938 It Might Be You (Short)
 1938 Dangerous Medicine
Victoria Ainswell
 1937 Slave Ship
Nancy Marlowe
 1936 Camille
 1935 Mark of the Vampire
Irena Borotyn
 1934 Outcast Lady
 1934 Java Head
Nettie Vollar
 1934 Men in White
 1933 Ace of Aces
Nancy Adams
 1933 The Solitaire Man
 1933 No Marriage Ties
Peggy Wilson
 1933 Looking Forward
Caroline Service
 1933 The Lost Chord
Joan Elton
 1933 The Shadow
Sonia Bryant
 1932 Insult
Pola Dubois
 1932 Down Our Street
Maisie Collins
 1932 Nine Till Six
Gracie Abbott
 1932 The Chinese Puzzle
Naomi Melsham
 1932 Reserved for Ladies
Sylvia Robertson (as Elizabeth Allen)
 1931 Many Waters
Freda Barcaldine
 1931 The Boat from Shanghai
Countess Olga Dureska
 1931 Black Coffee
Barbara Amory
 1931 The Rosary
Vera Mannering
 1931 Rodney Steps In (Short)
Masked Lady
 1931 Alibi
Ursula Browne
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A Holy Terror (1925). Written by George Abbott and Winchell Smith. Directed by Winchell Smith. George M. Cohan's Theatre: 28 Sep 1925- Oct 1925 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: George Abbott (as "Dirk Yancey"), Elizabeth Allen (as "Judy Kirkpatrick"), Leila Bennett (as "Becky Chapman"), Emerin Campbell (as "Mrs. ... See more »

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Her contract with M.G.M. came to an end when she sued them after being replaced by Greer Garson in Goodbye, Mr. Chips. She won the suit, but then MGM sued her and won, then blacklisted her. (source: Majestic Hollywood by Mark A. Vieira). See more »

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