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Elsie Randolph (1904–1982)

Elsie Randolph was born on December 9, 1904 in London, England. She was an actress, known for Frenzy (1972), East of Shanghai (1931) and Cheer the Brave (1951). She died on October 15, 1982 in London. See full bio »

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(age 77) in London, England, UK
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 1981 BBC2 Playhouse (TV Series)
Emmy
- Dancing Country (1981) ... Emmy
 1981 Funny Man (TV Series)
Mary Hodge
- Ships That Pass (1981) ... Mary Hodge
 1979 Quatermass (TV Mini-Series)
Woman Minister
- An Endangered Species (1979) ... Woman Minister
- What Lies Beneath (1979) ... Woman Minister
 1978 Edward & Mrs. Simpson (TV Mini-Series)
Lady Colefax
- Proposals (1978) ... Lady Colefax
- The Decision (1978) ... Lady Colefax
- Venus at the Prow (1978) ... Lady Colefax
 1974-1978 Within These Walls (TV Series)
Mrs. Dobing
- The Governor (1978) ... Mrs. Dobing
- Arrivals, Departures (1978) ... Mrs. Dobing
- Getting Out (1975) ... Mrs. Dobing
- Tea on St. Pancras Station (1974) ... Mrs. Dobing
 1977 Seven Faces of Woman (TV Series)
Mrs. Gilmore
- She: Carol (1977) ... Mrs. Gilmore
 1976 Z Cars (TV Series)
Edna Allbright
- A Preacher in Passing (1976) ... Edna Allbright
 1975 Thriller (TV Series)
Mrs. Fitch
- A Midsummer Nightmare (1975) ... Mrs. Fitch
 1974 Father Brown (TV Series)
Miss Oliphant
- The Head of Caesar (1974) ... Miss Oliphant
 1973 Beryl's Lot (TV Series)
Madge Gold
- Sixes and Sevens (1973) ... Madge Gold
 1971-1973 ITV Sunday Night Theatre (TV Series)
Iris / Lilian
- The Coffee Lace (1973) ... Iris
 1972 Frenzy
Gladys
 1969 The Jimmy Logan Show (TV Series)
- Episode #1.1 (1969)
 1968 Riders in the Sky
Nurse Henderson
 1951 Cheer the Brave
Doris Wilson
 1937 Larceny Street
Alice Thornby / Alice Forrest
 1936 This'll Make You Whistle
Bobbie Rivers
 1933 Night of the Garter
Jenny Warwick
 1933 That's a Good Girl
Joy Dean
 1933 Yes, Mr. Brown
Anne Weber
 1932 Brother Alfred
Mamie
 1932 Life Goes On
Phoebe Selsey
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She acted in Gilbert Wakefield's play, "Tea for Two," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Hugh Wakefield, Henry Kendall, Geoffrey Sumner, Margery Morris, and Leon Von Pokorny in the cast. Richard Bird was director. See more »
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She and Jack Buchanan transferred a number of their singing and dancing stage hits to film including That's a Good Girl (1933) and This'll Make You Whistle (1936). See more »

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