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C.A. Lejeune (1897–1973)

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She abandoned film criticism in 1960 as a result of her intense dislike for Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho"; she counted Hitchcock as a friend, and was distressed that he should have had his greatest success with a film she thought unworthy of him. See more trivia »

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(age 76) in London, England, UK

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 1954 Clementina (TV Series) (adaptation - 6 episodes)
- The End of a Journey (1954) ... (adaptation)
- For Love of a Queen (1954) ... (adaptation)
- The Road to Italy (1954) ... (adaptation)
- The Night of the 27th (1954) ... (adaptation)
- A Man Needs His Friends (1954) ... (adaptation)
 1952 The Three Hostages (TV Series) (adaptation - 6 episodes)
- The First of June (1952) ... (adaptation)
- The Fields of Eden (1952) ... (adaptation)
- The Midnight's Sun (1952) ... (adaptation)
- Kharama (1952) ... (adaptation)
- The Blind Spinner (1952) ... (adaptation)
 1951 Sherlock Holmes (TV Mini-Series) (story adaptation - 6 episodes)
- The Second Stain (1951) ... (story adaptation)
- The Red Headed League (1951) ... (story adaptation)
- The Reigate Squires (1951) ... (story adaptation)
- The Dying Detective (1951) ... (story adaptation)
- A Scandal in Bohemia (1951) ... (story adaptation)
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[1939 comment on Deanna Durbin] When she sings, there is no sense of the footlights about it. She sings for music, not for show. She isn't one of those sopranos who expect the audience to pay out on the high notes. Her singing, which must have been magnificently taught to her, is still, praise heaven, cool, clean, and scholarly.

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Was Britain's first regular female film critic, joining the Manchester Guardian in 1922 before moving on to the Observer in 1928. See more »

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