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Louise Hampton (1877–1954)

Louise Hampton was born in 1877 in Stockport, Cheshire, England. She was an actress, known for Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939), A Christmas Carol (1951) and Nine Till Six (1932). She was married to Edward Thane. She died on February 11, 1954 in London, England. See full bio »


(age 77) in London, England, UK

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 1956 Strange Experiences (TV Series)
- The Well (1956)
 1954 Rheingold Theatre (TV Series)
Gramma Brenn
- Gramma Brenn (1954) ... Gramma Brenn
 1953 Edge of Divorce
Miss Russell
 1953 The Horse's Mouth
Miss Turner
 1951 A Christmas Carol
 1951 Files from Scotland Yard
Agatha Steele
 1950 The Gentle Gunman (TV Movie)
Molly Phelan
 1946 Bedelia
 1943 The Saint Meets the Tiger
Aunt Agatha Gurten
 1943 It's Just the Way It Is (Short)
Mrs. Shepherd
 1940 The House of the Arrow
Mme. Harlow
 1939 His Lordship Goes to Press
Mrs. Hodges
 1939 Sheppey (TV Movie)
Mrs. Miller
 1939 The Silver Box (TV Movie)
Mrs. Jones
 1939 Goodbye, Mr. Chips
Mrs. Wickett
 1938 Nine Till Six (TV Movie)
Mrs. Pembroke
 1938 Tobias and the Angel (TV Movie)
Anna (1939 version)
 1932 Nine Till Six
 1924 The Eleventh Commandment
Lady Barchester
 1922 Brown Sugar
Miss Gibson

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Other Works:

She acted in Carel Kapek's play, "The Mother," at the Garrick Theatre in London, England with Nigel Stock in the cast. Miles Malleson was director. See more »

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British stage actress, in occasional films from 1919.

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