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Mary Honer (1913–1965)

Mary Honer was born in 1913 in Lambeth, London, England as Mary Graham Honer. She is known for her work on Carnaval (1937), The Rake's Progress (1939) and Les patineurs (1937). She was married to Harold Turner. She died on May 6, 1965 in Marylebone, London. See full bio »

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Known For

Carnaval
Carnaval Papillon
(1937)
The Rake's Progress
(1939)
Les patineurs
Les patineurs Blue Girl
(1937)
The Sleeping Princess
The Sleeping Princess The Blue Bird
(1939)

Filmography

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 1947 A Midsummer Night's Dream (TV Movie)
Puck
 1946 A Midsummer Night's Dream (TV Movie)
Puck
 1946 As You Like It (TV Movie)
Celia
 1939 The Rake's Progress (TV Movie)
The Girl
 1939 The Sleeping Princess (TV Movie)
The Blue Bird
 1937 Carnaval (TV Movie)
Papillon
 1937 Les patineurs (TV Movie)
Blue Girl
 1937 Casse-Noisette (TV Movie)
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 1946 A Midsummer Night's Dream (TV Movie) (dance arranger)
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She acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Twelfth Night," in the Stratford-Upon-Avon Shakespeare Theatre Festival production at the New Theatre in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England with Robert Atkins, Claire Luce, Moira Lister, David Peel, Peter Bell, David Read, and Andrew Faulds (First Officer) in the cast. Robert Atkins was ... See more »

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