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Helen Ford (I) (1894–1982)

Helen Ford was born on June 6, 1894 in Troy, New York, USA. She was an actress, known for The Model and the Marriage Broker (1951), Carry on Doctor (1967) and The Raid (1954). She died on January 19, 1982 in Glendale, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1975 Confessions of a Pop Performer
Old lady with ear trumpet
 1973 A Little Princess (TV Series)
Lady Pitkin
- Episode #1.3 (1973) ... Lady Pitkin
 1967 Carry on Doctor
Nurse
 1967 Armchair Theatre (TV Series)
Waitress / Miss Brewis
- The Education of Corporal Halliday (1967) ... Waitress
- A Magnum for Schneider (1967) ... Miss Brewis
 1967 Callan (TV Series)
Miss Brewis
- Goodbye, Nobby Clarke (1967) ... Miss Brewis
 1966 The Ghost Goes Gear
An Old Lady
 1966 Mystery and Imagination (TV Series)
Landlady
- The Tractate Middoth (1966) ... Landlady
 1965 BBC Play of the Month (TV Series)
Mrs. Collins
- Passage to India (1965) ... Mrs. Collins
 1965 Comedy Playhouse (TV Series)
 1965 Undermind (TV Series)
Clerk
- Onset of Fear (1965) ... Clerk
 1964 Crossroads (TV Series)
Minnie
 1964 Dixon of Dock Green (TV Series)
Mrs. Broughton
- Smithy (1964) ... Mrs. Broughton
 1962 The Dickie Henderson Show (TV Series)
 1954 Public Defender (TV Series)
Mrs. Blair
- Think No Evil (1954) ... Mrs. Blair
 1954 The Raid
Delphine Coates
 1952 Sound Off
Mrs. Rafferty (uncredited)
 1952 Secret People
Scarf Woman
 1948 Apartment for Peggy
Della (uncredited)
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Other Works:

Always You (1920). Musical comedy. Music by Herbert Stothart. Book by Oscar Hammerstein II. Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. Musical Director: Herbert P. Stothart. Choreographed by Robert Marks. Directed by Arthur Hammerstein. Central Theatre (moved to The Lyric Theatre from 26 Jan 1920- close): 5 Jan 1920- 28 Feb 1920 (68 ... See more »
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Helen Ford was a major Broadway musical comedy star during the 1920s. Among her credits are three Rodgers and Hart musicals, DEAREST ENEMY, PEGGY-ANN, and CHEE-CHEE.

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