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Bertha Belmore (1882–1953)

Bertha Belmore was born on December 20, 1882 in Manchester, England as Bertha Cousins. She was an actress, known for Be Careful, Mr. Smith (1935), So You Won't Talk (1935) and Please Teacher (1937). She died on December 14, 1953 in Barcelona, Cataluña, Spain. See full bio »

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Known For

Be Careful, Mr. Smith
Be Careful, Mr. Smith Jenny Smith
(1935)
So You Won't Talk
(1935)
Please Teacher
Please Teacher Agatha Pink
(1937)
Yes, Madam?
Yes, Madam? Emily Peabody
(1939)

Filmography

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 1951 The Web (TV Series)
- Hand in Glove (1951)
 1951 Studio One in Hollywood (TV Series)
Mrs. Welbeck
- Mr. Mummery's Suspicion (1951) ... Mrs. Welbeck
 1951 The Ford Theatre Hour (TV Series)
- Dead on the Vine (1951)
 1951 Martin Kane (TV Series)
Madame Zwinak
- Hotel Con Game (1951) ... Madame Zwinak
- The Fortune Teller (1951) ... Madame Zwinak
 1950 The Trap (TV Series)
- Three Blind Mice (1950)
 1948-1950 The Philco-Goodyear Television Playhouse (TV Series)
Sally Painter
- The Feast (1950)
- Uncle Dynamite (1950) ... Sally Painter
 1940/II She Couldn't Say No (uncredited)
 1940 The Midas Touch
Mrs. Carter-Blake
 1940/I She Couldn't Say No
Dr. Grimstone
 1939 Yes, Madam?
Emily Peabody
 1939 Discoveries
Policewoman Duggan
 1938 Weddings Are Wonderful
Mrs. Leadbetter
 1938 Queer Cargo
Henrietta Travers
 1938 Hold My Hand
Lady Milchester
 1938 Convict 99
Lady with Tiara (uncredited)
 1938 Oh! Letty (TV Movie)
 1937 Over She Goes
Lady Ethel Drewsden
 1937 Let's Make a Night of It
Policewoman
 1937 Please Teacher
Agatha Pink
 1936 Broken Blossoms
Daisy
 1936 In the Soup
Madame Moppert
 1935 Be Careful, Mr. Smith
Jenny Smith
 1935 Regal Cavalcade
Schoolmistress
 1935 So You Won't Talk
Harriet
 1934 Are You a Mason?
Mrs. Bloodgood
 1934 April Blossoms
Madame (uncredited)
 1934 Over the Garden Wall
Jennifer
 1934 Give Her a Ring
Miss Hoffman
 1934 Keep It Quiet
Mrs. Puddlefoot
 1933 Happy
Mrs. Brummelberg
 1933 Kiss Me Goodbye
Masculine Lady at TableTen
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Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in the musical, "Blue for a Boy," at His Majesty's Theatre in London, Englan with Aud Johansen, Austin Melford, Richard Hearne, Eve Lister, and Fred Emney in the cast. See more »

Height:

5' 8¾" (1.75 m)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

Plump British comedy actress, on stage from the age of eight. She toured the U.S. with Sir Philip Ben Greet's Shakespearean Players and acted on Broadway from 1923. Her role as 'Pomposia' in the musical comedy "By Jupiter" (1942) rather sums up her screen personae: namely as society matrons whose dignity invariably ends up in tatters.

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Sagittarius

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