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Pamela Carme (1902–1953)

Pamela Carme was born on April 29, 1902 in London, England as Kathleen Boscawen. She was an actress, known for The Girl Was Young (1937), Holiday Lovers (1932) and Almost a Honeymoon (1930). She died in 1953 in London. See full bio »

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(age 50) in London, England, UK

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Known For

The Girl Was Young
The Girl Was Young Christine Clay
(1937)
Holiday Lovers
Holiday Lovers Actress
(1932)
Almost a Honeymoon
Almost a Honeymoon Margaret Brett
(1930)
Such Is the Law
Such Is the Law Mrs. Marjoribanks
(1930)

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 1937 The Girl Was Young
Christine Clay
 1930 Such Is the Law
Mrs. Marjoribanks
 1930 Almost a Honeymoon
Margaret Brett
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She acted in Ladislao Vajda's play, "Grounds for Divorce," at the St. James's Theatre in London, England with Madge Titheradge, Owen Nares, Jane Wood, Lawrence Grossmith, Lawrence Hanray, Alice O'Day, Dino Galvani, and Violet Graham in the cast.
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