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Constance Carpenter (I) (1904–1992)

Constance Carpenter was born on April 19, 1904 in Bath, Somerset, England, UK [now Bath and North East Somerset, England, UK]. She was an actress, known for Brown Sugar (1931), Just for a Song (1930) and Two Worlds (1930). She died on December 26, 1992 in New York, USA. See full bio »

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(age 88) in New York, USA

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 1965 The Holy Terror (TV Movie)
Lady Stratford
 1953 Main Street to Broadway
Constance Carpenter - Anna (in 'The King and I') (uncredited)
 1931 Brown Sugar
Lady Stella Sloane
 1930 Two Worlds
Mizzi (British Version)
 1930 Just for a Song
Jill
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 1952 The Ed Sullivan Show (TV Series)
Herself
- Episode #5.23 (1952) ... Herself
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Roar Like a Dove. Written by Lesley Storm. Directed by Cyril Ritchard. Booth Theatre: 21 May 1964- 6 Jun 1964 (20 performances + 1 preview on 20 May 1964). Cast: Roderick Cook (as "Cousin Edward"), Neil Fitzgerald (as "MacIntosh"), Derek Godfrey (as "Lord Dungavel"), William Kinsolving (as "Bernard Taggart-Stuart"), Jessie ... See more »
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