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Dorothy Summers (1883–1964)

Dorothy Summers was born in 1883 in Kings Norton, Birmingham, England as Daisy Sarah Summers. She was an actress, known for New Town (1948), No Haunt for a Gentleman (1952) and Educated Evans (1957). She died on January 13, 1964 in St John's Wood, London, England. See full bio »

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New Town
New Town Actress
No Haunt for a Gentleman
No Haunt for a Gentleman Mrs. Maööett
Educated Evans
Educated Evans Mrs. Boltons
It's That Man Again


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 1961 Emergency-Ward 10 (TV Series)
Mrs. Small
- Episode #1.412 (1961) ... Mrs. Small
 1959 The Two Charleys (TV Series)
Ma Baker
- Yours to Command (1959) ... Ma Baker
- Fr-easy Frolics (1959) ... Ma Baker
 1957-1958 Educated Evans (TV Series)
Mrs. Boltons
- Job for the Boy (1958) ... Mrs. Boltons
- Foreign Parts (1958) ... Mrs. Boltons
- Private Wire (1958) ... Mrs. Boltons
- The Psychologist (1958) ... Mrs. Boltons
- Hot Dog (1958) ... Mrs. Boltons
 1952 No Haunt for a Gentleman
Mrs. Maööett
 1950 A Christmas Carol (TV Movie)
Mrs. Dilber
 1950 A Cup of Kindness (TV Movie)
 1948 New Town (Short) (voice)
 1948 Robinson Charley (Short) (voice)
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 1957 This Is Your Life (TV Series documentary)
- Jack Train (1957) ... Herself
 1945 Jubilation (Documentary short)
Mrs. Mopp (voice, uncredited)
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 1977 To See Such Fun (Documentary)

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