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Mary Watson (III)

Mary Watson is an actress, known for David Copperfield (1956), BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (1950) and ITV Play of the Week (1955). See full bio »

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Known For

David Copperfield
David Copperfield Agnes Wickfield
(1956)
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre
BBC Sunday-Night Theatre Cressida / Cherry Johnson
(1954-1957)
ITV Play of the Week
ITV Play of the Week Emily Strachan / Perpetua
(1956-1957)
Nom-de-Plume
Nom-de-Plume Acte / Beatrice
(1956)

Filmography

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 1960 Boyd Q.C. (TV Series)
Joanna Harriden
- Uncle George (1960) ... Joanna Harriden
 1958 ITV Television Playhouse (TV Series)
Pamela
- Badger's Green (1958) ... Pamela
 1958 Saturday Playhouse (TV Series)
Celia Wilson
- The Ware Case (1958) ... Celia Wilson
 1954-1957 BBC Sunday-Night Theatre (TV Series)
Cressida / Cherry Johnson
- Troilus and Cressida/II (1954) ... Cressida
- Troilus and Cressida (1954) ... Cressida
 1956-1957 ITV Play of the Week (TV Series)
Perpetua / Emily Strachan
- Venus Observed (1957) ... Perpetua
- Pink String and Sealing Wax (1956) ... Emily Strachan
 1956 David Copperfield (TV Series)
Agnes Wickfield
- Part 13 (1956) ... Agnes Wickfield
- Part 12 (1956) ... Agnes Wickfield
- Part 11 (1956) ... Agnes Wickfield
- Part 9 (1956) ... Agnes Wickfield
- Part 7 (1956) ... Agnes Wickfield
 1956 Nom-de-Plume (TV Series)
Beatrice / Acte
- Elephants Don't Disappear (1956) ... Beatrice
- Legacy of Death (1956) ... Acte
 1954 Stage by Stage (TV Series)
Donna Isabella
- The Wonder: A Woman Keeps a Secret (1954) ... Donna Isabella
 1954 Misalliance (TV Movie)
Hypatia Tarleton
 1954 Day for Happiness (TV Movie)
Lietta

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