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Monica Dickens (1915–1992)

Monica Dickens was born on May 10, 1915 in London, England as Monica Enid Dickens. She was a writer, known for The Lamp Still Burns (1943), Love in Waiting (1948) and Life in Her Hands (1951). She was married to Roy Stratton. She died on December 25, 1992 in Reading, Berkshire, England. See full bio »

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Known For

The Lamp Still Burns
Love in Waiting
Life in Her Hands
Follyfoot Writer


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 1971-1973 Follyfoot (TV Series) (characters - 39 episodes)
- Walk in the Wood (1973) ... (characters)
- Hazel (1973) ... (characters)
- Rain on Friday (1973) ... (characters)
- The Helping Hand (1973) ... (characters)
- Uncle Joe (1973) ... (characters)
 1955 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series) (novel - 1 episode)
- The Happy Prisoner (1955) ... (novel)
 1948 Love in Waiting (story)
 1943 The Lamp Still Burns (novel "One Pair of Feet")
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 1971 This Is Your Life (TV Series documentary)
- Monica Dickens (1971) ... Herself
 1947 Kaleidoscope (TV Series)
Herself - Meet Your Favourite Author segment
- Episode #1.10 (1947) ... Herself - Meet Your Favourite Author segment

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Other Works:

Novel: "Joy and Josephine" See more »

Publicity Listings:

1 Biographical Movie | 1 Print Biography | See more »

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Great-granddaughter of Charles Dickens.

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