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Marguerite Allan (1905–1994)

Marguerite Allan was born on August 30, 1905 in St. Petersburg, Russian Empire as Helen Marguerite Allan. She was an actress, known for The Greenwood Tree (1929), Prison Breaker (1936) and Widecombe Fair (1929). She was married to Kenneth P. Chapman. She died on January 29, 1994 in Workingham, Berkshire, England. See full bio »

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Known For

The Greenwood Tree
The Greenwood Tree Fancy Day
(1929)
Prison Breaker
Prison Breaker Veronica
(1936)
Widecombe Fair
Widecombe Fair The Daughter
(1929)
The Romance of Seville
The Romance of Seville Pepita Valdez
(1929)

Filmography

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 1942 Adventure in Blackmail
Pamela Rose
 1938 North Sea Patrol
Anna Suvaroff
 1936 Prison Breaker
Veronica
 1935 Gay Old Dog
Judith
 1935 Regal Cavalcade
Undetermined Minor Role (uncredited)
 1935 The Big Splash
Germaine
 1934 The Doctor's Secret
Gwen Summerfield
 1934 Forbidden Territory
Fenya
 1934 April Blossoms
Baroness Therese Von Keffler
 1934 Those Were the Days
Eve Douglas
 1933 Matinee Idol
Christine Vance
 1933 Daughters of Today
Mavis
 1933 Follow the Lady
Suzette
 1930 Sleeping Partners
Elise
 1929 Widecombe Fair
The Daughter
 1929 The Plaything
Madeleine McKinnel
 1929 The Romance of Seville
Pepita Valdez
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in Margot Neville's play, "Heroes Don't Care", at the St. Martin's Theatre in London, England with Rex Harrison, Carol Goodner, Coral Brown, Boris Ranevsky and Felix Aylmer in the cast.

Height:

5' 3" (1.6 m)
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Star Sign:

Virgo

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