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Christine Lindsay (I) (1905–2005)

Christine Lindsay was born on February 2, 1905 in Lewisham, London, England as Christine Mary Lindsay. She was an actress, known for Wuthering Heights (1948), Three Blind Mice (1947) and Derby Day (1937). She was married to Holland Bennett. She died on January 7, 2005 in Hove, East Sussex, England. See full bio »

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Wuthering Heights
Wuthering Heights Ellen Dean
Three Blind Mice
Three Blind Mice Mrs. Boyle
Derby Day
Derby Day Actress
Big Ben
Big Ben Gladys Trampleasure


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 1959-1963 No Hiding Place (TV Series)
Mrs. Powell / Meg Cunningham / Mrs. Rudyard
- The Imagination of Taffy Lewis (1963) ... Mrs. Powell
- No Wreath for Clive (1959) ... Mrs. Rudyard
 1962 Maigret (TV Series)
Madame Thouret
- Murder on Monday (1962) ... Madame Thouret
 1962 Compact (TV Series)
Miss Fraser (1963)
 1961 They Met in a City (TV Series)
- Ladies from a Spa (1961) ... Receptionist
 1958 Dixon of Dock Green (TV Series)
Mrs. Blake
- Duffy's New Boots (1958) ... Mrs. Blake
 1951-1955 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Widow / Kate / Nurse
- Night Was Our Friend (1955) ... Kate
- The Taming of the Shrew/II (1952) ... Widow
- The Taming of the Shrew (1952) ... Widow
- Night of the Fourth (1951) ... Nurse
 1953 Count Your Blessings (TV Movie)
Marion Butterworth
 1952 Huckleberry Finn (TV Series)
1st Neighbour
- The Wilks' Fortune (1952) ... 1st Neighbour
 1952 Silk, Satin, Cotton, Rags (TV Series)
Mrs. Pearson
- Enter Miss Graham (1952) ... Mrs. Pearson
 1952 Lace on Her Petticoat (TV Movie)
Mrs. Colquhoun
 1949 By Candlelight (TV Movie)
Countess von Baltin
 1949 Big Ben (TV Movie)
Gladys Trampleasure
 1948 Jolly Roger (TV Movie)
 1948 Inspector Playfair's Notebook (TV Mini-Series short)
Phyllis Davester
- Omelette for Two (1948) ... Phyllis Davester
 1948 Derby Day (TV Movie)
 1948 Wuthering Heights (TV Movie)
Ellen Dean
 1947 Three Blind Mice (TV Movie)
Mrs. Boyle
 1947 The Rose Without a Thorn (TV Movie)
Margery Morton
 1947 The Two Mrs. Carrolls (TV Movie)
Harriet Carroll
 1937 Dangerous Secrets
Bit Part (uncredited)
 1937 Derby Day (TV Movie)

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She acted in James Laver's play, "The Heart was Not Burned," at the Gate Studio Theatre in London, England with James Mason (played Byron), Pamela Brown (Played Mrs. Keats), Douglas Storm, Maurice Denham, Harold Scott, Peter Scott, and Peter Coke in the cast. Edward Wolfe was designer.


5' 5" (1.65 m)

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