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Ann Codrington (1894–1982)

Ann Codrington was born on September 10, 1894 in Kasauli, Solan, Himachal Pradesh, India as Marjorie Doris Codrington. She was an actress, known for I'll Turn to You (1946), Lucky Days (1935) and The Rossiter Case (1951). She was married to Francis Allen, Stafford Hilliard and Percy Charles Penn-Gaskell. She died on March 29, 1982 in Denville Hall... See full bio »

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 1952 The Divine Creatures (TV Movie)
Charlotte de Cauville
 1951 The Rossiter Case
Marty
 1950 Probation Officer (Short)
 1950 Portrait of Clare
Mrs. Renton
 1950 Stage Fright
Helper (uncredited)
 1950 No Place for Jennifer
Miss Hancock
 1949 Poet's Pub
Bridge Player (uncredited)
 1946 I'll Turn to You
Mrs. Collins
 1935 Lucky Days
Eve Tandring
 1935 The Silent Passenger
Desk Clerk
 1935 The Price of Wisdom
Miss Stokes
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She acted in John Galsworthy's play, "Escape," at the Ambassadors Theatre in London, England with Leon M. Lion, Nicholas Hannen, Ursula Jeans, Frank Freeman, Molly Kerr, Phyllis Konstam, Margaret Halstan, Ethel Manning, Paul Gill, Stafford Hilliard, Betty Astell, and Auston Trevor in the cast.
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