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Dorothy Vernon (III) (1894–1952)

Dorothy Vernon was born in 1894 in the UK. She was an actress, known for A Cigarette Maker's Romance (1920), Melody of My Heart (1936) and Father O'Flynn (1935). She was married to John Woolf. She died in 1952. See full bio »


in UK


(age 58)

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Known For

Melody of My Heart
Melody of My Heart Mrs. Dearwell
Father O'Flynn
Father O'Flynn Bridget O'Flynn
The House of Silence


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 1950 Seven Days to Noon
Bit Part (uncredited)
 1949 The Huggetts Abroad
Woman in Queue (uncredited)
 1948 My Brother's Keeper
Woman Next Door (uncredited)
 1948 Good-Time Girl
Mrs. Chudd
 1947 Outward Bound (TV Movie)
Mrs. Midget
 1939 The Silver Box (TV Movie)
Mrs. Seddon
 1938 Almost a Gentleman
Mrs. Garrett
 1938 A Sister to Assist 'Er
Mrs. Thistlethwaite
 1937 Against the Tide
Mrs. Brewer
 1937 Old Mother Riley
Aggie Sparks
 1937 Rose of Tralee
Mrs. Crawley (uncredited)
 1937 The House of Silence (Short)
 1937 The Landlady (Short)
 1936 Melody of My Heart
Mrs. Dearwell
 1936 Find the Lady (uncredited)
 1936 All at Sea
Mrs. Humphrey
 1935 Father O'Flynn
Bridget O'Flynn
 1935 City of Beautiful Nonsense
Mrs. Rowse
 1934 A Political Party (uncredited)
 1934 Flat Number Three
Mrs. Crummitt
 1933 The Laughter of Fools
 1933 Cleaning Up
 1921 Christie Johnstone
Widow McKay

Personal Details

Other Works:

She acted in Emlyn Williams' play, "Someone Waiting," at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Emlyn Williams, Adrianne Allen, and John Stratton in the cast. Noel Willman was director.

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