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C.A. Lejeune (1897–1973)


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


(age 76) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Vicky's First Ball
Clementina Writer
Sherlock Holmes
The Three Hostages


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 1956 Vicky's First Ball (TV Short) (writer - as Caroline Lejeune)
 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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Caroline Lejeune

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[on the Marx Brothers, 1935] There is nothing persuasive about the Marx Brothers. Nothing in their stories, their acrobatics, nor even their musical abilities, could cajole you into loving that pop-eyed trio against your will. They are like tripe or creme de menthe, like the murder game or Hitler. You take them or you don't take them. Personally, I take them, and, as man says today so simply and ... See more »


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 »

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