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Minna Phillips (1885–1963)

Minna Phillips was born on June 1, 1885 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. She was an actress, known for Sherlock Holmes Faces Death (1943), The Male Animal (1942) and Forbidden Fruit (1915). She died on January 29, 1963 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Sherlock Holmes Faces Death
(1943)
The Male Animal
The Male Animal Mrs. Blanche Damon
(1942)
Forbidden Fruit
Forbidden Fruit Ruth's mother
(1915)
Train to Tombstone
Train to Tombstone Aunt Abbie
(1950)

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 1951 Queen for a Day
The Cook
 1951 Strangers on a Train
Dowager (uncredited)
 1950 Bandit Queen
Mrs. Grayson (uncredited)
 1950 Train to Tombstone
Aunt Abbie
 1944 Hat Check Honey
Flossie
 1943 The North Star
Old Lady in Wagon (uncredited)
 1943 Sherlock Holmes Faces Death
Mrs. Howells
 1943 Hers to Hold
Mrs. Cartwright
 1943 Gals, Incorporated
Jennifer Rensington
 1942 My Sister Eileen
Mrs. Wade (uncredited)
 1942 A Yank at Eton
M'Dame (uncredited)
 1941 Three Girls About Town
Martha (uncredited)
 1916 Daredevil Kate
Mrs. Stone (as Minna Philips)
 1915 Forbidden Fruit
Ruth's mother

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Too True to Be Good (1932). Comedy. Written by George Bernard Shaw. Directed by Leslie Banks. Guild Theatre: 4 Apr 1932- May 1932 (closing date unknown/57 performances). Cast: Leo G. Carroll (as "Private Meek"), Alexander Clark, Jr., Ernest Cossart (as "Colonel Tallboys"), Julius Evans (as "The Monster"), Beatrice Lillie (as "... See more »

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